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    • Slim

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    • Slim, 18"" x 24"", etching, singed by the artist, and numbered 84/150 note: Year Range was set at 1980 because 1980 was when Mr. and Mrs. Bible purchased the piece so it would have been created some time before 1980
    • Silver teapot decorated with dragon heads

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    • A Tibetan parcel gilt silver teapot of generally baroque shape and proportion. The teapot is rounded in shape. It has been raised and has applied finial, handle, base, spout liner, and decorative collars and trim. The rim of the opening to the pot...
    • Sitar - Stringed Instruiment

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    • This sitar has 2 gourd resonators, 5 melodic strings, 2 drone strings, and 11 sympathetic strings. Interesting decorative symbols are found on this sitar. Although the arch and floral scroll around the fret show Muslim influence, the peacocks are...
    • Nephrite jade sash buckle

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    • Nephrite jade sash buckles embellished with rubies, emeralds, and sapphires inset in gold. Nephrite jade was first used in India during the time of the Mogul emperors who had access to it from their wide-spread Central Asia possessions. Gemstones...
    • Ritual bronze mirror

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    • Lama figure on one side surrounded by 16th Century Lenza script. Reverse side has a border of Tibetan script from the same era that surrounds a plain disc. The varying properties of mirrors have been alluded to by writers from the Han dynasty on....
    • Zither (Qin)

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    • Qin (CH'IN), a fretless Chinese board zither with seven strings. The Qin (CH'IN) evolved into its present form in about the Han Dynasty Period (206 BCE - 211 CE). It has been used in this form in Confucian rituals up to the present time. The Qin...
    • Nephrite jade buckle

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    • Rubies, emeralds, sapphires inset in gold on a jade buckle. Nephrite jade was first used in India during the time of the Mogul emperors who had access to it from their wide-spread Central Asia possessions. Gemstones have been indigenous to and used...
    • Partial silk sari

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    • Partial silk sari. Red silk with woven pattern in silver metallic thread. Repeat pattern of crested bird with blue eye thoughout body of piece. Five inch border on bottom has three rows of green geometric pattern with two rows of silver and yellow...
    • Print: Playing the Card Game (Karuta)

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    • Color woodblock print from the series Chiyoda No Ooku Series (Court Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace). One triptych of 20 in the series. Artist's seal on print. Toyoharu Chikanobu, also known as Yoshu, was a painter of bijin (beautiful women) and a...
    • Print: A Noh Actor Receives his Mask

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    • Color woodblock print from the series Chiyoda No Ooku Series (Court Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace). One triptych of 20 in the series. Artist's seal on print. Toyoharu Chikanobu, also known as Yoshu, was a painter of bijin (beautiful women) and a...
    • Print: Playing Koto

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    • Color woodblock print from the series Chiyoda No Ooku Series (Court Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace). One triptych of 20 in the series. Artist's seal on print. Toyoharu Chikanobu, also known as Yoshu, was a painter of bijin (beautiful women) and a...
    • Print: Serving Spiced Rice Wine

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    • Color woodblock print from the series Chiyoda No Ooku Series (Court Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace). One triptych of 20 in the series. Artist's seal on print. Toyoharu Chikanobu, also known as Yoshu, was a painter of bijin (beautiful women) and a...
    • Print: Evening Cool in Fukiage

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    • Color woodblock print from the series Chiyoda No Ooku Series (Court Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace). One triptych of 20 in the series. Artist's seal on print. Toyoharu Chikanobu, also known as Yoshu, was a painter of bijin (beautiful women) and a...
    • Print: Composing Poetry

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    • Color woodblock print from the series Chiyoda No Ooku Series (Court Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace). One triptych of 20 in the series. Artist's seal on print. Toyoharu Chikanobu, also known as Yoshu, was a painter of bijin (beautiful women) and a...
    • Print: Viewing the Iris in Bloom

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    • Color woodblock print from the series Chiyoda No Ooku Series (Court Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace). One triptych of 20 in the series. Artist's seal on print. Toyoharu Chikanobu, also known as Yoshu, was a painter of bijin (beautiful women) and a...
    • Print: Teahouse in the Countryside

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    • Color woodblock print from the series Chiyoda No Ooku Series (Court Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace). One triptych of 20 in the series. Artist's seal on print. Toyoharu Chikanobu, also known as Yoshu, was a painter of bijin (beautiful women) and a...

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