A large porcelain figure (blanch de chine) of the Songzi Guanyin sitting on a cliff rising from the sea. On the right is the vase for the willow branch and on the left the Guanyin Scripture. She is flanked by Sancai and Longnu, and below the two dragons chasing the pearl. The image is hollow-sculpted from two parts. Qing, ca. 1800. H 35.5 cm. Condition: Rather good, but with losses to the crown and at the two dragons.
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A delicately made spoon of blue and white porcelain decorated inside with the good luck symbol ‘double xi’ lotuses and scroll patterns. Qing, 19th cent. Probably Daoguang period (1821–1850). L 16 cm Condition: good, but for a tiny chip (see last photo).
A deep dish in blue and white porcelain decorated in the mirror with a pair of deers in a stylized landscape. On the inner sides flowers in squares with geometical divisions between them. Classical solar pattern in bottom. Some ‘dust’ in mirror from firing. Bits of ravel to foot rim. Bottom with unglazed parts. D 20,5 cm. H. 4 cm. Late Ming. Condition: Two minor frits to rim. No cracks, repairs or breaks.
Fine blue-white porcelain dish decorated with a phoenix in the center surrounded by three flying phoenixes. In the bottom a factory mark in the form of a fish inside a double-ring. China, Ming-Qing, transitional period, ca. 1640-60. D 16 cm. Condition: Fair with minor rim chips and signs of wear all-over from age.
A beautiful & quite large famille rose teapot ( chahu). The teapot has been decorated with group of persons: an old man, a lady with a small child in her arms, a young man, a child and a dog; they encounter a farmer on the road. The backside with calligraphy. Original metal handles. Bottom with artist´s seal mark on the base. H. 12 cm (without handles), W. 18 cm. Late Qing Dynasty, 19th cent. Good condition, no restoration or repair.
A squat jar of porcelain decorated with two females and a child in a garden setting rendered in polychrome enamels. With slightly later, fitted lid of heavily, lacquered wood. Qing, 19th cent. Indistinct seal, most probably of the Tongzhi period (1862–1874). H 13 cm, D 13 cm. Condition: Very fine, but with small chip on inner foot rim.
A large ginger jar (bojan) of porcelain decorated with polychrome enamel glazes (famille rose) set in cartouches with flowers and birds on gold-ornamented ground in iron red. China, late Qing to early Republican Period, ca. 1900–1920. Marked with a blue double circle in the manner of the Kangxi period. H 23 cm, D 21 cm. Condition: Excellent.