Unusual blue and white, molded tea caddy or cannister from the Kangxi period. Good condition with normal fritting and a few small, flat chips but no cracks, hairlines or repairs. About 2,21" (5,6cm) W x 4,17" (10,6cm) L and 5,2" (13,2cm) H. Please note: Shipping is included in our price.
A pair of deep blue and white early Qianlong plates in the Kangxi style decorted with pomegranate and lotus. Good condition: One with some frits to the rim but otherwise perfect, the other with one frit and one hairline (see our last image). About
9,17" (23,3cm) x 1,65" (4,2cm). Our price includes shipping.
Blue and white Qianlong period meat platter with traces of normal use but no chips, frits, cracks, hairlines or repairs. About 11.65" (19.6cm) L x 9.1" (23.1cm) W x 1.8" (3cm) H. Our price includes shipping from Germany.
Fine blue and white plate from the Kangxi period (1662-1722). In the cavetto, a young boy is seated on the patio of a pavilion with a large urn of flowers behind him. The flat rim is decorated with sacred symbols related to scholarship.
About 8.82" (22.4cm) x 1.06" (2.7cm). Near perfect condition: Only one short hairline 0.63"(1.6cm). No frits, cracks, chips, craquelature or repairs. This piece is located in Germany. Shipping is included in our price. All four plates are availabl ...click for details
A near pair of Chinese export Kangxi or Qianlong Imari plates. The first about 8.94" (22.7cm) x 1.18" (3cm) with frits to rim and minor rubbing to gilt. The second, about 8.82" (22.4cm) x 1.06" (2.7cm), nearly perfect with just a bit of wear to the gilt. Please note: Our price includes shipping from Germany.
Chinese Imari meat platter or serving dish from the Qianlong period (1736-1793). About 13" (33cm) L x 9.84" (25cm) W x 1.1" (2.8cm) H.
Condition is good with one small small chip and some frits to the rim. Hardly any wear to the gilt. Please note: Our price includes shipping from Germany.
Iconic Chinese Export "Deshima Island" plate dating to the Yongzheng period. The view on this well-known blue and white pattern has long been called Deshima Island (near Nagasaki), the V.O.C. headquarters in Japan from 1641-1862, but more likley depicts the Dutch coastal town Scheveningen. For another example in the Hodroff Collection in the Winterthur Museum, see Howard, The Choice of the Private Trader, p. 44, no. 11. Of several versions, the Chinese is perhaps the latest. In Jenyns& ...click for details
Fine 18th century, Qianlong period, octagonal meat platter with "orange peel" glaze and canted corners. About 18.5 cm (7.25") x 13.5 cm (5-3/8") x 2.75 cm (1.125"). Exquisitely hand painted with dark underglaze cobalt blue. One glaze frit to the rim, which cannot be seen from the front. Larger close-ups provided on request. This item is located in Hawaii. Our price includes shipping.