Unsigned. Preparation of food offerings to take to a temple. Batuan, Bali.
Three men at a spring. Unidentified narrative, Batuan
An ornamented couple in a forest cave. Batuan
Legong dance performed in a seaside temple
Architectural sculpture (post support).
Woman and child at a spring. Batuan
Unidentified narrative depicting a spotted animal wrapped in the clothing of a woman as she bathes in a sacred spring, Batuan
Male dancer. Signed in margin: â€œId Bg Pt [Ida Bagus Putu] Astawa Tjari Batuan.â€ Batuan
Wood carving of generic Hindu imagery. Made for retail sale.
Woman and boy at a spring. Batuan
Monkey warrior to be used in shadow puppet (Wayang Kulit) performances of the Ramayana epic.
Four unidentified Wayang Golek puppets. Two are male, one is female.
Probably supports for musical instruments.
The monkey king Subali from the Ramayana epic.
Basin (b): 9-5/8 (Dia.) x 2-3/4 (H); stand(a): 9-3/4 (H) x 7-3/8 (Dia.); pot (c): 4-1/8 (H) x 6-7/8 (Dia.) plus spout; dish (d): 5 (Dia.) x 3/4 (H) in inches. Silver- a) Water Pot - Round covered silver pot with applied spout and side ring handle, engraved with scrolling peony design and applied Buddhist emblems. The flat, stepped lid has a scene in the enter of a seated monk holding rosary beads and performing the "Feeding the Hungry Ghost" ceremony. It is framed by a circle of Taoist Immortal symbols with leaf scrolls on the sloping sides and applied Buddhist symbols. On the base are four unidentified stamped marks around a center indented hole. b) Dish - Flat silver dish with double silver thread around the flaring rim. In the center is set a small turquoise bead. c) Stand - Folding hinged silver stand in the form of the Chinese character SHOU, long life. d) Basin - Silver Bowl engraved with floral designs around the exterior and eight applied Buddhist symbols attached with rivets to the inside and one ring handle on the side.The bottom engraved with The Four Friends: an elephant with a monkey, hare and partridge on his back. It has the same stamped marks ont the bottom as the water pot.
4-1/8 (L) x 3-3/4 (W) inches. Hexagonal silver G'au or reliquary box with a beaded rim and scrolling leaf filigree design on the lid which is fitted with three turquoise and four red glass beads, each bound with red leather. The back has a removable base plate made of tin stamped with English Lettering: "Stand and Fire." The cover fitted on one side with a long looped ring and a pointed bead on the other.
Silver and copper. Said to be Syrian. Human figures in medallions around upper rim appear to be Iranian in style, as does the shape of the vessel.
Carved out of marble and painted.