A GROUP OF FOUR SOUTH-EAST ASIAN FIGURES AND A PAIR OF GILT LACQUER SCROLL HOLDERS (6)
20th Century and later
£100 - £150
Bidding ended. Lot has been sold.
Including a painted masked and bearded puppet figure in embroidered silk and cotton robes, 35cm high; a gilt figure with enamel painted eyes and hair top-knot, inscribed to base, 33cm high; a figure with praying hands, inscribed to base, 37.5cm high ; a wall hanging giltwood carved dragon fragment, 28cm wide; and a pair of scroll holders, 35cm long (6)
General wear, tear, rubbing, knocks and dents commensurate with use and age.
The puppet with wear to painted head and beard, lacking some moustache, torn fabric to right side of the shoulder and general fading, wear and marks, hands also worn, together with fabric and feet beneath robes, also worn.
Praying standing figure with wear to face and shrinkage cracking. Hands, legs and final also worn.