Rare Kangxi (1662-1722) Chinese export molded charger with foliated rim, the decoration beautifully executed with iron red enamel highlighted with gilt. The center roundel depicts two elongated court ladies known as "long Elizas" in a garden scene, one carrying a bouquet of flowers. Tulip reserves on the rim contain flowers, some issuing from containers, while insects hover above. Normal traces of use, expected frits and two short, clean hairlines to the rim as pictured. No other dama ...click for details
Fine Chinese export plate, c. 1662-1722, decorated with overglaze iron red enamel (milk and blood), the rim dressed with iron brown. One tiny chip, flea bites to the rim and traces of normal use. Please see our images. Otherwise perfect. No cracks, hairlines or restoration. About 22,5cm / 8,86" W and 2,4cm / 0,95" H. Insured shipping at cost.
Rare and unusual Chinese export teapot with silver mounted spout. Decorated with sheep and peonies in the famille rose palette, c. 1765. Some glaze lines and one hairline to the body, two tiny frits and a small shallow chip to the rim of the lid. Otherwise perfect. About 13,2cm (5,2") high with lid and 19,3cm ( 7,6") wide. Shipping at cost.
Chinese export plate decorated with famille rose enamels and attributed to the Yongzheng period (1723-1735). About 8.98" (22.8cm) diameter and in good condition with little wear and two clean short lines and the pictured fleabites / frits / chip to the rim.
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Larger than usual Chinese export, blue and white Canton pie plate, heavily potted, about 10.8" (27.5cm) W x 1.9" (4.75cm) H. Perfect, original condition with no chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs. Authenticity is guaranteed. Insured shipping at cost. Please see our other blue and white Canton offerings.
Quaint child's pearlware motto plate with embossed rim, blue transfer print of boys at work chopping down trees, hauling water from the well and digging in the garden. Polychrome and pink lustre overglaze decoration: "Handle your tools without mittens: remember the cat in gloves catches no mice. Constant dropping wears away stones: and little strokes fell great oaks." (1758 B. Franklin POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK). About 7" (17.8cm) and in mint condition. Our price includes in ...click for details
Chinese famille rose tea caddy dating to the third quarter of the 18th century, molded and finely decorated with insects and flowers. Please see matching milk jug (Stock No. 2057). with little wear and two small restorated flat chips to the lid as pictured; otherwise perfect. About 7,5cm (2,95") W x 13,6cm (5,35") W. Please note: Our price includes shipping.
Chinese export lidded milk jug dating to the third quarter of the 18th century, molded and finely decorated with famille rose flowers and insects. With very little wear and one small flat chip as pictured, it is otherwise perfect. About 11cm (4,33") W x 13,3cm (5,24") H. Please also see matching tea caddy (Stock No. 2058). Our price includes shipping from Germany.
This Chinese blue & white molded charger with scalloped rim, decorated with panels of insects and flowers in the Late Ming Kraak style, dates from the early Kangxi period (late 17th century). About is 36cm (14,17") W x 6cm (2,36").
Please note frits, gold lacquer restored chip and one hairline to the rim as pictured. When struck lightly, it rings like a bell. Our price includes shipping from Germany.