Chinese ancestor portrait from the 19th-century. These types of portraits were actually painted after the person had died. They were mounted on scrolls and were only shown from time to time in connection with the veneration of ancestors. Purchased in Macau in the late 1990s and remounted on a new scroll. Dimensions: image, 48.5"L x 29.5"W; overall scroll, 68"L x 33"W.

Covered wine ewer with blue-and-white decoration of floral scrolls Chinese, Ming dynasty, Zhengde period, 1505–21

This traditional-style ancestor portrait depicts the mother of the Qianlong emperor's first empress, who lived from 1711 to 1748.

Intricate Chinese ancestor oil painting of a woman. Displayed in black wood frame with brass detail on top; 19.5″L × 1″W × 28″H.

Tall Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Lady by Ritzco on Etsy, $400.00

Antique Chinese Export Porcelain Moon Vase

Ewer, 1573-1620 (Chinese porcelain) and ca. 1585 (English silver-gilt mounts). Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chinese Wanli five color Qinglong heavily potted large by Ritzco, $300.00

Chinese Celadon Lamp: This porcelain lamp is from the Long Quan [Lung-ch'üan] celadon kilns. Porcelain: 15th-16th century; Mounts: mid 18th century

CHINESE LONGQUAN CELADON VASE WITH PHOENIX HANDLES A Chinese Longquan vessel, with phoenix handles, celadon glaze. Size: 5.25" tall

Chinese dress in the Qing dynasty. Scroll down to see a glossary of auspicious symbols.

Red Ming Tables

Red Faux-Bamboo Mirrors

Needs new upholstery

I love silhouettes.

Pagoda Mirror, Chinese Red

As described by Great Gatsby's Fine Antiques: 19th-century matted and framed etching of industrial London and the Thames River, signed in pencil lower left corner "W. L. (William Lionel) Wyllie" (British, 1851-1931). The matting is hand-decorated with French lines. Displayed in gilt frame; .

A beautiful California plein air painting of Sespe Canyon at sunset. Signed in lower left by California artist Ray Cuevas.

Wood and metal base.