The present volume collects sixteen critical essays and studies in Chinese literature that I wish to preserve, all published during my Columbia years. My introduction to Black Tears is comparatively slight because the anthology I am discussing is small in size.
Chinese carved pale celadon jade double belt buckle, pierced with knot design, chilong dragon hook. Chinese carved pale celadon jade double belt buckle, pierced design with bats and scrolling flowers, chilong dragon hook. Private West Tennessee collection.
Chinese carved celadon and russet jade buckle, square form with carved dragon decoration to the top. Chinese carved celadon and russet jade buckle, shaped oval form with pierced twin bat decoration. Chinese carved celadon and russet jade buckle, oval form with carved lotus blossom over water decoration.
Chinese carved spinach jade belt buckle, rectangular form with scrolling decoration and fretwork border. Chinese carved spinach jade belt buckle, oval form with scrolling lotus blossom decoration and chilong dragon hook. Large Chinese carved buckle or mirror handle with intricately carved dragon head top and reticulated carved chilong dragon figure to the body.
Retains floral engraved and bat mirror mounts to the back. Chinese carved white jade buckle with dragon head top and partially reticulated carved dragon to the body.
Private Knoxville, TN collection. Lower section with three bands of archaic incised decoration together with cruciform apertures between the lower and middle bands. Incised animal figure to the underside of the base.
Old Sotheby's tag lot 6A found inside. Ancient Chinese bronze depicting a resting Buddha figure. Label on the base reads "Ancient bronze Chinese figure, dating from 12th to 14th century.
Sebernick's collection, deceased Pittsburgh attorney. Base is Lignum Vitea sic ".
Tibetan sterling silver figural depicting Lord Ganesha with hinged neck. Unmarked but acid tested as. Chinese carved and pierced celadon jade boulder in the form of a flowering prunus branch, with a conforming carved hardwood stand.
Chinese carved spinach jade snuff bottle with bird and pine tree decoration. Chinese spinach jade double belt buckle with pierced and carved bat and good luck symbol decoration with chilong dragon hook. Chinese spinach jade buckle, rectangular form with three openings and shaped corners.
Chinese spinach jade buckle, rectangular form with carved dragon and good luck symbol decoration and shaped corners. Chinese round cinnabar lacquered box and cover with all over hand painted figural and landscape decoration and brass hardware. Interior fitted with stacking custom trays to house buckles.
Dragon mask handles and jui head border to the rim. Polychrome scrolling floral decoration to the neck and shoulder, young boys in a landscape setting decoration to the body. Six character underglaze red Hsuan T'ung mark to the base. Pair of Chinese enameled porcelain Famille Rose plates having a yellow ground enameled decoration to the interior including a longevity symbol to the center flanked by 4 encircled character marks, and fretwork border.
Underside with enameled floral decoration together with a red six character Kuang Hsu mark. Red six character Kuang Hsu mark to the bases. Chinese carved rose quartz miniature covered urn having a melon form body with conforming pierced cover, pedestal base, chilong dragon handles with rings and additional rings on the sides of the base.
Fitted with a carved hardwood stand.
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