A nice Kangxi period blue and white jar and cover. Finely painted with chrysanthemum scrolls. Age: Kangxi period; Height: 14.3cm or 5.6 inches; Conditions: slightly chipped to the top rim of the jar, the rim of the cover and the knob, fine conditions.
A fine and rare Kangxi period blue and white fluted jar and cover. Finely painted with antiques motif and floral scroll borders. In rare perfect conditions. Age: Kangxi period. Height: 15.4 cm or 6 inches with cover. Condition: perfect.
A very rare Ming dynasty blue and white figural jar. Finely painted with a dream-like garden scene showing an immortal, dressed in fine clothes of an official, accompanied by a tiger and by a servant carrying books. Identical jars bequeathed by Oppenheim are in the British Museum and Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. This one is from the collection of renowned collector, RW Longsdorf. Date: Late Wanli period (early 17th century); Height: 10.9cm or 4.3inches; Conditions: two shallow chips to ...click for details
A fine and rare transitional period blue and white mallet vase in perfect conditions. Painted with antiques pattern with dragon and wan character border. This type of vases are rare and sought after. Date: transitional period, 17th century; Height: 27cm or 10.6inches; Conditions: perfect.
A rare Kangxi period inscribed blue and white bowl. Painted with the scene of touring the Red Cliff in a boat under the big dipper and inscribed with a poem about the history of the Red Cliff. The base with an unread mark in seal script. This type of bowls is highly sought after by collectors. Date: Kangxi period; Diameter: 17.9cm or 7inches; Condition: one short hairline crack.
A fine pair of Guangxu mark and period blue and white dragon dishes. Finely painted with two dragons chasing the flaming pearl. The base with the six character mark of Guangxu. Date: Guangxu mark and period; Diameter: 19cm or 7.5inches; Conditions: perfect.
An Imperial Guangxu period famille rose lotus cup. This type of cups was gifted to soldiers after their autumn training. It was made by the Imperial kilns. Finely moulded and enamelled as a lotus. This type usually has the Guangxu mark. Although this one lacks a mark, it is Imperial and of the same quality. Date: Guangxu period (AD1875-1908); Length: 18.8cm or 7.5inches; Conditions: stalk broken off and restuck, otherwise good.
A fine and rare Imperial Tongzhi mark and period blue and white dragon dish. Well-painted with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl pattern. The back painted with two dragons chasing a flaming pearl. The base bears the six character mark of Tongzhi. Tongzhi Imperial wares are very rare. Date: Tongzhi mark and period; Diameter: 16.7cm or 6.6inches; Conditions: perfect.
A fine and rare Imperial Guangxu mark and period blue and white dragon bowl. Well-painted with two dragons chasing a flaming pearl pattern. The central with a dragon roundel. The base bears the six character Guangxu mark. Date: Guangxu mark and period; Diameter: 13.5cm or 5.3inches; Condition: perfect.