Chinese/Japanese, 19th/early 20th century, comprising: carved wood snuff bottle, gourd form with relief carved branches and leaves, orange resin stopper/cap and bone spoon; carved and pierced red stained coquilla nut pomander with screw on lid; carved and pierced double gourd form ivory bottle or pomander, screw on cap; miniature carved and polychromed wood prayer bell with double fox head handle; largest 3 in.
Provenance: Estate of Hortense Huntsberry Loeb, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; by descent in family
Note: In 1956, the children of Hortense Huntsberry Loeb, donated a group of items to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. To view this collection of Chinese Art, please visit: https://www.philamuseum.org/search?q=loeb&cat=collection&from=24&size=12
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surface dirt and accretion, scattered surface scratches and stains; carved wood gourd snuff bottle with small chip and loss to one side