19th century. Top backsplash section with shelf on scrolled supports the base with pink and orange marble top over two short drawers above a two door cabinet, flanked by two rounded single door cabinets with corresponding drawers above carve decoration throughout includes fruit, foliate, and scrolled decoration. Paper label to the reverse. Approximate dimensions: 91 high x 76 wide x 23 inches deep.. Condition: Apparent repair to the marble top. Minor surface wear overall, excellent considering age. One very small chip loss to carving on crown.
Attributed to Nancy Corzine, Each with eight drawers, the drawers with etched decoration. Approximate dimensions: 35 1/2 high x 26 1/2 wide x 16 inches deep.. Provenance: From a prominent Mill Valley estate. Condition: Loss to three drawer pulls, one available but cant be attached. Crack to one top. Loss to numerous glass caps that cover the bolt heads securing glass panels. Some loss to leg panels. Minor surface scratches throughout.
Adja Yunkers, La Belle Epoque I, 1971, Screenprint
(American/Latvian, 1900-1983), La Belle Epoque I 1971, screenprint, image: 27.75 x 36.5 inches, framed: 32.25 x 44.25 inches, pencil signed lower right and dated, titled lower left, edition 33/35, Condition: glass frame broken upper left. Toning. Ask the Fine Art Department for more information.
The shallow petal-shaped dish with fluted sides rising from a tapered narrow foot to an everted barbed rim, covered overall with a thick pale bluish-green glaze suffused with fine golden crackles, base incised with a character encircled by six spur marks. China. Width: 6 inches (15.2 cm).
Possibly Ming Dynasty. Heavily potted deep bowl rising from a short cylindrical foot, covered overall with a sea green glaze suffused with a matrix of russet crackle, the bottom left unglazed revealing the stoneware burnt brownish-orange in the firing, with a fitted wooden base.
Diameter 9 inches (22.8 cm). Provenance: With a purchased invoice from NAGATANI, Inc, Chicago, 04/24/1969. Condition: Some unremovable black spots on the side of the wall, dents and glaze losses to the interior.
The first is a bowl with incised floral bands on the interior, covered overall with pale blue glaze except for the rim the second is a Qingbai cyan glaze slag bucket water jar, the bottom remains unglazed. Tallest: Height 3 1/8 inches (7.9 cm). Condition: Light wear.
Of lobed body with a tall everted neck and slender spout attached to a flat handle, the cover with a peach-shaped knot on the center. Height approximately 9 inches (22.8 cm). Condition: Some manufacturing defects to the neck, chips and hairlines to the cover.