Octafoil Mirror with Two Immortals Crossing the Ocean, mid 10th-late 13th century, China, Song dynasty (960-1279), bronze, Diameter - w:17.60 cm (w:6 7/8 inches) Wt: 606 g Overall - h:1.00 cm (h:3/8 inches) Rim - h:0.60 cm (h:3/16 inches). Gift of Drs. Thomas and Martha Carter in Honor of Sherman E. Lee 1995.378, Cleveland Museum of Art
HAN DYNASTY GREEN GLAZED "HILL" CENSER with cover; the cylindrical body exterior with band of moulded animals in relief, the cover with stylized, wavy "hill"; with some iridescence throughout; H: 9";
A LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE CHINESE CLOISONNÉ GILT BRONZE PEACH FORM CENSER. In three sections. The peach form vessel with figural stem handle and sculpted scrolled vines and leaves raised on three figural peach feet. Finely enameled with interlocking lotus blossoms, leaves and bats on Imperial yellow ground surmounted with a reticulated scrolled leaf form cover with two peach terminals. The whole raised on a conforming cloisonné and gilt bronze base with three leaf form legs.
Músico sentado, Dinastía Tang 唐朝 (618-906), mármol. China
Han (206BC-220AD) amber pot with carved shoulder measures 28.5cm