A pair of finely painted porcelain placards in polychrome enamels mounted in wooden frames. Both depicting landscapes in Southern China. Both feature poetic impressions and signatures indicating that they were painted by members of the Zhushan group of porcelain artists.Both with seals: :Zheng" and "Yin". Both with flower frames and dated 1967(dingwei nian). Peoples Republic of China. H 30,7 cm, W 22 cm. Condition: Excellent.
A small porcelain bowl made as advertising for the Shanghai Chinese Business Taxi Trade Association, a taxi company established in 1932 by Zhou Xiangsheng (1895-1974) in Beijing Road (Shanghai) . He used the no. 40000 as his company telephone no. The bowl’s body is in bright green glaze in the outside and white glaze in the inside with five cartouches: three with the company initials XJS, one with a company car and the last one with an invitation to “be seated” and the full company name and pho ...click for details