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Fine Chinese Ottoman Market Dish Kangxi

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1095995 (stock# 2320)

Fine Chinese Ottoman Market Dish Kangxi
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A late Kangxi or early Yongzheng saucer dish, c 1710-25 decorated with an incised scrolling arabesque to the front and a capuchin light iron brown glazed reverse, and enamelled with a Turkish style enamel pattern of Ogival form reserves and a central Khatam style motif containing both within and without stylised flower. The palette of light blues, yellows and turquoise greens is characteristic of a class of early Dutch enamelling traditionally associated with the shop of Gerrit van de Kaade, b ...click for details


Pair of Rare Chinese Ottoman Market Dishes Kangxi No 2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1093034 (stock# 2311)

Pair of Rare Chinese Ottoman Market Dishes Kangxi No 2
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A pair of Chinese late Kangxi or early Yongzheng saucer dishes, c 1710-25 with incised scrolling arabesque style decoration to the front and a capuchin light iron brown glaze to the reverse painted with a Turkish style enamel pattern made for the Ottoman market. The palette of light blues, yellows and turquoise greens is characteristic of a class of early Dutch enamelling traditionally associated with the shop of Gerrit van de Kaade, but here probably made to the order of Dutch “Levant merchant ...click for details


Pair of Rare Chinese Ottoman Market Dishes Kangxi No 1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1093032 (stock# 2310)

Pair of Rare Chinese Ottoman Market Dishes Kangxi No 1
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A pair of Chinese late Kangxi or early Yongzheng period saucer dishes, c 1710-25 with incised scrolling arabesque style decoration to the front and a capuchin light iron brown glazed to the reverse painted with a Turkish style enamel pattern made for the Ottoman market. The palette of light blues, yellows and turquoise greens is characteristic of a class of early Dutch enamelling traditionally associated with the shop of Gerrit van de Kaade, but here probably made to the order of Dutch “Levant ...click for details


Rare Chinese Export “General Duff” Tea Canister c.1720

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1090464 (stock# 2308)

Rare Chinese Export “General Duff” Tea Canister  c.1720
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A very rare square form tea canister with canted fluted corners decorated in Chinese verte imari style enamels. The scene is thought to depict either the newly appointed VOC Govenor General Duiveen of Batavia in 1729 or Louis XIV and one of his mistresses Mme de Maintenon or Mme de Montespan, although no engraving precedent has been found for either. The design is sometimes also referred to as the “Frisian couple”. A tea caddy of vase form on a scroll work base with replacement silver cover rea ...click for details


Chinese Scholar's Dehua Water Dropper - Song / Yuan

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1492   item# 1059932 (stock# 2217)

Chinese Scholar's Dehua Water Dropper - Song / Yuan
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Chinese scholar's Dehua water dropper with delicate impressed floral motifs around the top, part way down the sides and on the striated handle. Attributed to the Song / Yuan period. About 4-1/2cm W including the spout x 3-1/2cm H. Perfect condition: No craquelure due to a good fit between glaze and biscuit. Soft patina with glaze stopping irregularly short of the unglazed foot. The base bears an ancient finger or cloth imprint. Please note: Actual color is milk white. Our photos are a bit da ...click for details


Chinese Bencharong Lainamthong Bowl 19C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1052726 (stock# 2176)

Chinese Bencharong Lainamthong Bowl 19C
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A fine Chinese porcelain bowl made for the Thai market, in so called Bencharong, five colour ware, or Lainamthong, gilt brocade, style. The design painted with green, blue, white and yellow opaque famille rose enamels, iron red and gilt wash. Such patterns were reserved for presentation purposes and use in the Thai royal court. Dating first half of the Nineteenth century, Jiajing to Daoguang. The dish is in overall good condition, but has two short hairlines from the rim. The bowl measures 14.2 ...click for details


Rare Chinese Shonsui Chongzhen Foliate Dish Ming 17C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1052278 (stock# 2169)

Rare Chinese Shonsui Chongzhen Foliate Dish  Ming  17C
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A fine low moulded Chinese bowl with foliate rim and small foot-ring painted with a maelstrom of swirling whirlpools, breaking waves and flowers both to the interior and exterior, and an unusual central motif of two Sea monsters, presumably intended to represent a pair of Turtle like beasts, or Minogame; a conventional Daoist symbol of longevity. The beasts are rather unusual in that they seem to have the head of a bird and the ears of a hare combined with a pair of enormous clawed paws; the c ...click for details


Fine Pair of Chinese Famille Rose Foo Dogs Qianlong 18C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1033801 (stock# 2127)

Fine Pair of Chinese Famille Rose Foo Dogs Qianlong 18C
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A fine pair of Chinese Buddhist Lions, Fu Dogs, or auspicious lions each with a tall taper or incense stick holder attached to its back. Both are decorated with famille rose enamels dating to the second half of the Eighteenth century and the reign of the Emperor Qianlong. Both are in good condition with no chips, cracks or other damage apart from some wear in places to the enamels commensurate with their age. They stand approximately nine inches high. Shipping at Cost.


Chinese Porcelain Spaniel Dog Figurine Qing

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 1029417 (stock# 2122)

Chinese Porcelain Spaniel Dog Figurine Qing
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A finely moulded Chinese porcelain, Blanc de Chine, figure of a seated Dog, probably intended to represent a Spaniel. The figure appears to be press moulded rather than slip cast, being somewhat heavy for its size; the feet and base have been coarsely trimmed with a knife. Good condition, but for a chip to the inside of it’s left ear. The dog stands just over 6 inches high and is approximately nine inches or 22cm in length from it's head to tale. Dating Qing Dynasty, probably late 19th cent ...click for details


Chinese Porcelain Dragons Box Daoguang M&P Qing 19C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1009965 (stock# 2068)

Chinese Porcelain Dragons Box Daoguang M&P Qing 19C
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The cover of the box is decorated with a pair of energetically painted four toed dragons confronting each other and a pearl set amongst stylised clouds and lightening. The interior of the box is divided into two compartments and the sides are decorated with a border of stylised waves. The underside is painted with a four character mark for the Emperor Daoguang (1821-50). The box measures 8.3cm in height, 17cm in length and 10.2cm in width and weighs just under 1.2kg. The cover has sustained d ...click for details

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