Fine octagonal javanese betelset, used to consume the betelnut or pinang. Sturdy size and weight, very well decorated with traditional motifs, which often originate from the Mojapahid period. Made around 1880. Octogonal sets are quite rare. The bottom is decorated with a star as a makersmark.
A wooden model of a street merchant. In this case a Jamu seller. Java around 1920. 18 cm.
A fine hardwood carving of a Balinese young man.
Bali, around 1940. Height 40 cm.
A brass watervessel or Ghendi.
Originating from the Sumatran highlands. End 19 th.century.
An exquisite Padang keris. Ivory hilt , delicately carved. Decorated goldplated selut. Sumatra 19th. century.
A Brass table bell, Java,around 1910.
Decorated with two Naga’s and a wayang character on the top. These items were popular with the Dutch, during colonial times.