Zentner Collection: Antique Japanese Tansu, Asian Works of Art
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Balinese Antique Barong Dance Mask
Balinese Antique Barong Dance Mask
Antique Balinese Barong mask. The masked figure in Topeng dance dramas represents a protective spirit, a symbol of health and good fortune and is used during dance celebrations. This mask is carved of wood and painted with colors and gold details. Mounted on a metal stand.

Dimensions: 9" high (12 1/2" high on stand) x 7" wide x 5 1/4" deep
item #1488947
$1,100.00
Pair of Bronze Thai resting Stags
Pair of Bronze Thai resting Stags
Original pair of antique Thai cast bronze recumbent temple deer with three stag antlers. Each deer sits flat to the floor. Original bronzed patina, consistent with age. Each has an opposite leg tucked in, with gaze looking back over shoulder. Wheel of life dharma blanket is seen on each, along with beautiful collar. Complete and both ready to be enjoyed.
Each with These sika deer are closely associated with the Buddha because of his “Teaching in the Deer Park” in Sarnath.... Click for details
item #1488239
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Antique Burmese Dry Lacquer Buddha Statue
Antique Burmese Dry Lacquer Buddha Statue
An antique Burmese Buddha dry lacquer statue. Black lacquer with gold gilt and traces of red lacquer on the Ushnisha. Wearing a flowing Kasaya venerated with wear. A consecrated Buddha that has a headband with micro glass inlay.

Age: 19th Century

Dimensions: 31" Wide by 37 3/4" High by 16" Deep
item #1488074
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Antique Hindu Buddhist Temple Bell Cambodia Bronze
Antique Hindu Buddhist Temple Bell Cambodia Bronze
An antique Hindu/Buddhist temple bell cast of bronze. Exquisite detailing with 4 surrounding dieties and a 4 prong Vajra finial. Striking nodes on four sides with a beautiful clear resonating sound when struck.

Age: 1920's-1930

Dimensions: 36" High by 18" Diameter
item #1485693
$6,500.00
Pair of Balinese Dwarapala Stone Temple Guardians
Pair of Balinese Dwarapala Stone Temple Guardians
Balinese antique pair of Dwarapala temple guardians. Carved of stone, these figures once guarded a temple entrance, a warning to humans and negative energies not to pass. Their ferocious appearance is a warning that only those with good intentions will be ushered through and guided to ascend a higher path.

Age: Mid-century

Dimensions: left: 23" high x 11" wide x 9" deep. right: 24" high x 11 1/2" wide x 9 1/2" deep.
item #1485322
$1,600.00
Luang Prabang Period Laos Bronze Rain Drum
Luang Prabang Period Laos Bronze Rain Drum
An unusually large size bronze rain drum from Laos, a Herger type three drum. Reference material “The Karen Bronze drum of Burma” by Richard M. Cooler. It has an unusual 3 frogs (twelve altogether) on top with a ten pointed star with continuing concentric circle and stamped designs. The side has three elephants and three snails representing water and fertility. A globular flared body rises with four attached frog design handles.

Luang Prabang Period (18th / 19th... Click for details
item #1483500
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Antique Amitung (Door Board) from Telefolmin People, Papua New Guinea
Antique Amitung (Door Board) from Telefolmin People, Papua New Guinea
Antique amitung (door board) for a dwelling or ceremonial house of the Telefolmin people who live in the southern portion of Sandaun (West Sepik) Province of Papua New Guinea. This large door board is made of a single piece of wood and has an opening for people to enter and exit. The carving is made up of individual motifs that represent different parts of human or animal: the central heart or navel, the wings of a flying fox or fruit bat, spirals represent limbs or eyes. These raised... Click for details
item #1475111
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Laos Bronze Rain Drum Low Table
Laos Bronze Rain Drum Low Table
A 20th Century example of a tradition laos rain drum cast in bronze. Three frogs (12 altogether) on top with a twelve pointed star with continuing concentric circle with stamp decoration. The side has two short vines with a feaf design. snails representing water and fertility.

A globular flared body rises with four attached handles of frog design. Circular concentric pattern continues throughout the top and body with a range of geometric shapes within each one. The patina is a complex... Click for details
item #1472984
$4,500.00
Southeast Asian Antique Wooden Makara Temple Carving
Southeast Asian Antique Wooden Makara Temple Carving
Antique Southeast Asian wood carving of the head of a makara. The Hindu water creature has the head of an elephant/deer and the body of a crocodile (or water monitor) giving it a dragon-like/serpentine appearance. Makara are often seen guarding entrances to holy spaces. This makara head was most likely once part of a temple. The Vahana (vehicle) of the goddess Ganga is a makara. With custom metal stand.

Age: 19th century

Dimensions (including stand): 10 1/2" high x 11"... Click for details
item #1467558
$675.00
Philippine Antique Long Wooden Mortar
Philippine Antique Long Wooden Mortar
Antique Philippine long wooden low bench-like slab for agricultural work. With shallow, circular mortar on one end for processing grain or seed. Stands on two low feet.

Age: circa 1900

Dimensions: 8" high x 73 3/4" long x 20" wide
item #1465905
$2,000.00
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