On Tuesday, November 20, Turner Auctions + Appraisals is pleased to offer a diverse selection of Asian Decorative Works of Art. The sale features over 210 lots from China, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia and other countries, mostly from the 19th and 20th centuries.
From China are Ming celadon platters and bowls; bronze Buddhas and heads; censers and tea pots; a stone goddess carving; Blanc de Chine and other figures; porcelain bowls and cups; a polychrome vase; sets of dishes and plates; foo dogs; snuff bottles; embroideries; stone seals; cinnabar; cloisonné; carved wood panels; dolls; jadeite and stone carvings; paneled screens; Peking glass, crackle ware, blue & white, and famille vert items; paintings, scrolls and watercolors; furniture; and more. From Japan are Meiji bronze vases and an elephant sculpture; Imari bowls and dishes; Satsuma and other porcelain items; lacquer ware and boxes; geisha dolls; fabrics; a tsuba and more. From other countries are a palm sutra and gilded Buddha from Tibet; several bronze Buddhas from Thailand; carved wood panels and figural carvings from Indonesia; Asian purses and pendants; and other items. Several reference books complete the sale.