Su Dong Bo

Artist: Liao Hung Biao
Origin: Shi Wan, China
Dimensions: 13 inches tall by 11 inches wide
Artist’s seal at the back of sculpture

A very well designed piece in green crackled glaze by Grand Master artist Liao Hung Biao. The subject is the famous poet, writer, painter, calligrapher, pharmacologist and statesman Su Dong Bo of the Song Dynasty. He is depicted here admiring an inkstone. DongBo was famous for writing poems about the lychee fruit which he’s very fond of.

Shi Wan Figurine

Artist: Liu Ze Min
Origin: Shi Wan, China
Dimensions: 10 inches height

Shi Wan ceramic figurine of Dong Fang Sock by Master Liu Ze Min of China in pomegranate glaze. Impressed with artist’s seal and Lion factory seal marks.

Royal Worcester – Lion Heart

This is a porcelain figurine made by Royal Worcester. It is a limited edition series from Commanders of the World.

Sculpted by the late Bernard Winskil of the United Kingdom
Size: 15 inches in height
Sold out edition
Limited edition
Perfect condition
Comes with certificate

Royal Worcester – Washington

This is a porcelain figurine made by Royal Worcester. It is a limited edition series from Commanders of the World.

Sculpted by the late Bernard Winskil of the United Kingdom
Size: 16 inches in height
Sold out edition
Limited edition
Perfect condition
Comes with certificate

Royal Worcester – Napoleon

This is a porcelain figurine made by Royal Worcester. It is a limited edition series from Commanders of the World.

Sculpted by the late Bernard Winskil of the United Kingdom
Size: 14.5 inches in height
Sold out edition
Limited edition
Perfect condition
Comes with certificate

Playful Couple Wood Carving

Pair of Playful Couple Wood Carving
Antique – Early 20th Century
All panels are of Chinese origin
Framed Dimensions: 9.75 inches x 10 inches
Artistic license

The panels have been given a new look with Japanese lacquer work finish by a Canadian artist but still remains true to its colors of red and gold. Appropriately framed. These panels usually come from the frontispiece of a canopy type bed. Normally there would be a few more panels, but over the course of time the frames where these are placed deteriorate and some of them fall off and are lost. Luckily, these two survived quite intact. Very decorative.