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Chinese Hand-carved Three Dimensional Wooden Plaque #2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Architectural Elements: Pre 1900   item# 1211930 (stock# 2619)

Chinese Hand-carved Three Dimensional Wooden Plaque #2
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Hand-carved wooden plaque, probably an architectural element or part of a screen. 19th C. Qing period. Hand-carved in three dimensions and decorated with iron-red paint and gold leaf. About 11.5" (29cm) x 7-5/8" (19.5cm) x 2-1/8" (6.5cm). Excellent condition with no repairs and minimal wear. Shipping at cost.


Ko Imari Unryu Matsu Shidarezakura-zu Dish c.1700 No 2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1210519 (stock# 2616)

Ko Imari Unryu Matsu Shidarezakura-zu Dish c.1700 No 2
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An Arita nagazara, long dish, of ovoid pointed form decorated with a central mikomi containing a pair of Dragons chasing each other amongst auspicious reishi form clouds. Each beneficent young dragon is depicted with bifurcated tails and clawless feet. They belong to a class of dragon known in China as Chilongs, which were particularly associated with longevity and good health and are often shown in Chinese art with a lingzhi, reishi, the life giving fungus of the Immortals in their mouths. The ...click for details


Ko Imari Unryu Matsu Shidarezakura-zu Dish c.1700 No 1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1210518 (stock# 2615)

Ko Imari Unryu Matsu Shidarezakura-zu Dish c.1700 No 1
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An Arita nagazara, long dish, of ovoid pointed form decorated with a central mikomi containing a pair of Dragons chasing each other amongst auspicious reishi form clouds. Each beneficent young dragon is depicted with bifurcated tails and clawless feet. They belong to a class of dragon known in China as Chilongs, which were particularly associated with longevity and good health and are often shown in Chinese art with a lingzhi, reishi, the life giving fungus of the Immortals in their mouths. T ...click for details


Rare Ko Imari Marine Subject Plate c.1780 No 2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1210103 (stock# 2614)

Rare Ko Imari Marine Subject Plate c.1780 No 2
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The dish is of flat form with a slightly upturned rim decorated with a band of stylised jui, magic fungus, whilst the cavetto and principal portion of the dish is painted in reverse against a blue ground with an arrangement of plants and rocks with what appears at first sight to be a traditional Chinese formal garden of Chrysanthemums, kikua, Plantain, Basho amongst viewing stones, however on closer examination the scene is composed purely from marine elements, kaisou, sea weeds, kaimen, sponge ...click for details


Rare Ko Imari Marine Subject Plate c.1780 No 1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1210100 (stock# 2613)

Rare Ko Imari Marine Subject Plate c.1780 No 1
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The dish is of flat form with a slightly upturned rim decorated with a band of stylised jui, magic fungus, whilst the cavetto and principal portion of the dish is painted in reverse against a blue ground with an arrangement of plants and rocks with what appears at first sight to be a traditional Chinese formal garden of Chrysanthemums, kikua, Plantain, Basho amongst viewing stones, however on closer examination the scene is composed purely from marine elements, kaisou, sea weeds, kaimen, sponge ...click for details


Ko Imari Botan-zu Arita Wine Jug c1680

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1209612 (stock# 2612)

Ko Imari Botan-zu Arita Wine Jug c1680
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A good example of a late 17th century Arita round bodied jug or wine ewer decorated with three lobed panels each with Peonies inset in a simplified Karakusa ground with additional scroll work to the shoulder and neck of the jug incorporating further floral motifs. The jug measures 21cm high and is approximately 10.5cm in diameter. It is in excellent condition with no cracks chips or restoration. See no 32 at page 54 of Japanese Porcelain by Oliver Impey for an identical jug, there dated circa ...click for details


Fine Ai Kakiemon Unryu-zu Nagazara c.1680

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1700   item# 1209593 (stock# 2611)

Fine Ai Kakiemon Unryu-zu Nagazara c.1680
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A finely painted Kakiemon moulded long dish decorated with a continuous band of scrolling tako-karakusa with a Dragon and auspicious stylised cloud motifs inset within an undulating oval medallion. The interior of the dish is moulded to mirror the undulating border of the reserve and the edge of the dish has an iron brown fuchi beni glaze. The exterior of the dish has stylised karakusa motif incorporating an auspicious three petal flower, which also appears in the centre of the dish. A continuou ...click for details


Chelsea Derby Chestnut Pattern Moulded dish c.1775

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1209585 (stock# 2610)

Chelsea Derby Chestnut Pattern Moulded dish c.1775
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A Chelsea-Derby dish copying a version of the Ko Imari Kuri-zu Shuronogata dish see EW 2608, decorated in a combination of underglaze cobalt blue and additional enamels. The dishes have a ground foot-ring which is characteristic of the output of the Chelsea factory. The dish is in good condition with no cracks, chips or restoration, some light stacking wear to the enamels and gilding to the rim. The dish measures 22cm in diameter and stands approximately 3.8cm high. A pair is available if requ ...click for details


Ko Imari Take-zu Futamono Covered Bowl 18C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1209096 (stock# 2609)

Ko Imari Take-zu Futamono Covered Bowl 18C
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230 - $360. 

A good sized bowl and cover decorated with a striking pattern of stylised Bamboo leaves with spirals and zigzag motifs. The bowl and cover are of conventional form. The handle has the form of a tied bundle of noshi, dried abalone strips, which are usually associated with the act of giving and ceremonial use, so this may possibly be a presentation piece. The bowl and cover probably dates to the late Mid Edo period, circa 1730-60, Kyoho to Horeki. See Shibata Catalogue of the Complete Collection ...click for details


Rare Ko Imari Kuri-zu Shurogata dish Edo 18C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1209093 (stock# 2608)

Rare Ko Imari Kuri-zu Shurogata dish Edo 18C
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A good Arita dish in shurogata hemp palm form decorated with kuri, chestnuts, in a somenishikide palette of underglaze cobalt blue with gilt outlined enamels. Dishes with this pattern were copied at the Derby factory in England in the 1770s, and moulds of this form were used by the Kakiemon kiln in Nangawara during the period 1750-80. The Chestnut is a classic Japanese seasonal motif for the autumn. The reverse is decorated with a continuous lotus scroll, karakusa, arabesque and a Chinese six c ...click for details

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