Asian Lacquered Box

Roll over for video transcriptHighlighting October's Asian antiquities is this lacquered wood box featuring auspicious symbols.  The lid centers a painted longevity medallion, encircled by a highly stylized rendition of a bat upon each of the four corners.  In the Chinese culture, bats symbolize good fortune and happiness; a stark departure from the animal's often dark Western connotations.  The decorative box has the option of being displayed on a matching wood stand and it is also accompanied in the lot by a set of small stacking trays.  The box, with stand, measures approximately 20 3/4 x 20 x 20 inches, to be sold at an auction estimate of $300-500. Join us at Michaan's Auctions on October 5 for a chance to buy Asian lacquered box.
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TONY NATSOULAS
(Californian, born 1959)
Man with Bud Light and Remote Control
(Man looking up to his right (presumably at a TV) holding a remote control and balancing a plate with a sandwich and potato chips and bottle of beer between his legs.)
Glazed ceramic
Full height 59 inches. Back of figure measures 21 inches. From back of chair to outstretched foot measures 47 inches long.
PROVENANCE: Purchased at the Rena Bransten Gallery in San Francisco in the 1980s.
Estimate: $300/500

October Estate Auction
Sunday, October 5, 2014, 10am
Main Gallery, 2751 Todd Street, Alameda, CA
Driving Directions
Preview:
Friday, October 3, 12pm - 5pm
Saturday, October 4, 10am - 5pm
Day of sale, beginning at 9am
& by appointment
Inquiries:
Asian Art
Harry Huang
(510) 740-0220 x 135


Kim Jee
(510) 740-0220 x 111
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