Welcome to Estate Auctions Inc! We work with consigners from Coast-To-Coast and work hard to make sure we have top quality items. We are’Your Quality Zone’ – search’YQZ’ to see our other listings. Qing Chinese Temple Palace Architecture Hardwood Carved Dragon Roof Beams NR. Rare China Late 1700s Early 1800s! Description composed by world renowned Asian expert & appraiser, Mr. His bio is below. China, late 1700s early 1800s. Qing Rare Chinese Temple Palace Architecture Hardwood Carved Dragon Roof Beams Bracketing. Of dense hardwood, possibly teak or even rosewood can carved with terminals of dragon heads and scrolling horns, the upper sections rounded concave to fit with the superior beams and convex rounded underneath to slot with the supporting beams. Some nails evident and intact though damaged. Heavily worn and age darkened, but good condition having been protected by the overhanging eaves. From the upper sections of traditional chinese hall style architecture of a large mansion, palace, temple or public building, of a type usually set horizontally supporting the roof proper, hollow to reduce weight and slowing downwards such that the dragon heads appear to be facing down. These would be above the level of the ornamental bracketing. The dating based mainly on. Keep scrolling there are 24 pictures and. More description beneath the photos below! Click on any photo to see it in its original size in a separate tab. The expectation of the complexity of the bracketing which tends to become more complicated later in the Qing dynasty. They each measure approx. 7-5/8″ by 38″ long by 5-1/4. Be sure to see all our photos for specifics! For those not familiar with Anthony Lee here is his bio: Anthony M. Lee is an institutional, market and collection consultant specializing in the arts of China, Japan, Korea, Himalayan Kingdoms, South and Southeast Asia. Starting as a salesperson at age 14 in Chinese antiques in a family business, he went on to university studies in Asian arts, as well as receiving his licenses in tea ceremony, with further studies of ceramics and religious art over eight years in Japan. He is considered by many to be one of the foremost experts in the world in Asian Art & Artifacts. Anthony Lee started a website ages ago called Asianart. It is a place to post photos of your items and have experts identify them for you. You can still post things there and folks will help you. In a 42 x 16 x 12 box. Facts about Estate Auctions Inc. (Norb & Marie Novocin). Over 10,000 repeat buyers. Please note: We put up a very ecclectic collection of items and are not experts in every area, so descriptions are our best guess as to what something is. Check back everyday to see our latest offerings! We put YQZ in each of our titles. We are Trading Assistants – We call sell items for you! We have worked very hard to build our little business and it is very important to us. We try and do business the old fashioned way and have a rather simple outlook. Treat all of your customers as if they are family. Be courteous, answer e-mails, be fair in all your dealings and try and make friends of each and every customer. Postal rates we needed to define and explain our methods of business. ONE – Who We Deal With. Our materials cost is based on exactly what it has cost us to wrap similar sized items in the past. We realize that almost everything we sell is valuable to you and there is nothing worse than having something break in its final journey to your hands. We do our best to pack properly and use the correct materials to protect your win. For oversized items or items that will take special attention to package, building a crate, wrapping many small items individually, etc. If you do not, we charge the same amount as if you did. That allows for us to have international tracking. SIX – Time Frame To Pay. We ask all auctions to be paid for in the fastest possible time frame. With the ebb and flow of payments we manage to get everything out of the door within one week. If there is a rush, we will make every effort to work with you in getting it out of the door faster. As you can see from our feedback, we do not disappoint. OF COURSE, items that need special attention, crating, etc adds to the time frame of those items. Sometimes an item is just too big for any other option. Unless we are out of town we make an effort to answer all emails as quickly as possible. The item “Qing Chinese Temple Palace Architecture Hardwood Carved Dragon Roof Beams NR yqz” is in sale since Tuesday, September 22, 2015. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Statues\Dragons”. The seller is “estateauctionsinc” and is located in Seaford, Delaware. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Age: Late 1700s Early 1800s
- Condition: See photos & description.
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Primary Material: Wood
- Region of Origin: China
- Type: Roof Beams