Americna Indian ACOMA antique olla with beautiful patina. Traditional geometric designs red (orange) & black on a hand wiped white slip background. Base is flat & shows signs of wear. Very high shoulder. Purchased from a reputable New Mexico dealer. circa: 1910. Dimensions: 4 1/8" x 7 3/8" diameter.
Very Rare Chinese porcelain Coral enameled VASE of slender elongated pear form. (Shan Hu Hong) Kangxi period.The neck rises from a raised bowstring band that encircles the shoulder and flares widely terminating in a galleried rim. The body rests on a widely splayed stepped foot. The interior and base are covered in a gray crackled glaze. The coral red glaze is tinted slightly pinkish in tone. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period, (1662-1722). Height 10.25 inches or 26 cm.
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Chinese cobalt blue monochrome porcelain BOTTLE VASE, 18th Century with globular body and straight long neck, covered in a deep blue glaze thinning to a lighter tone at the rim.
Condition, excellent, only one small (less than 1 inch or 2.4cm hairline at the neck, only visible on the inside) Little scratching of glaze on the outside.Provenance: Purchased at Christie's South Kensington in London on May 16, 2012, Lot # 535. Height is 12.25 inches or 29.4 cm.
Chinese stonewear Geyaoo TEA BOWL, the dark stonewear body is covered overall with a thick batter-like pale blue-gray glaze marked with both broad and fine crackle with the "golden thread and iron wire." Condition: There are four (4) match head size spots inside the cavetto where there is a loss of glaze and other numerous spots both inside and outside where there are glaze bursts. The bowl appears to be unbroken and unrestored. Dimensions: Diameter 5 5/16 inches (13.5 cm) ht is 2 3/8 ...click for details
of pear form with long cylindrical neck and carefully painted in medium and darker strokes of underglaze cobalt of a powerful dragon striding through the clouds chasing the flaming pearl! The bottle also applied with a transparent soft glaze of blue cast. There is also a "kiln or artist's mark?" just behind the dragon's head. This is possibly from the royal Bunwon Kilns which stopped in 1883 when the royalty withdrew their support of these kilns. Marks on Joseon (Choson) era pi ...click for details
A very large and special (17.25 inches or 43.7 cm) KOREAN BLUE & WHITE porcelain Baluster VASE with four different original floral motifs and eight different single auspicious characters in circular shaped roundels.There is the character "su"/longevity, "bok"/good fortune or good luck, "gang"/well-being, and "nyeong/peace. No chips or restorations but there are areas where the glaze has crackled and dirt has accumulated (see photos) Nonetheless, this authen ...click for details
Japanese Blue and White porcelain covered BOX (with lid)with very finely drawn floral motif. Edo period, 19th Century. Dimensions: Height, 5.25 inches (13.2 cm) x Diameter, 6 inches (15cm) Condition is excellent, some iron spots on inside of lid and a "kami-kizu" (kiln flaw) on the inside of the foot rim .75 inches (2 cm) in length.
Indian copper religious sculpture of GANESHA on a brass base which is hollowed out. This small very charming indeed enchanting figure of Ganesha is well rendered even though some detail on the face has been lost over the centuries due to devotees propensity to touch their Gods! This is 16th Century and the height is only 2 1/8 of an inch (6.7 cm) x 1 1/2 inches (3.6 cm)
Indian bronze religious sculpture for a small shrine of DURGA, Slaying the (evil) Buffalo at her feet! Although worn from much handling of devotees, this 16th Century Hindu votary has a magical "feel" that comforts and attracts! Height is 3.75 inches (9.5 cm) x 2 inches (5 cm)
$975- similar item sold @ Christie's NYC, 18 Sept. 2001, Lot # 307 for $1,528. see pix #6
Korean 11-sided "HONEY POT" or "oja" or "seokganju" are the most uniquely 'Korean' of pots. This particular example (#5 0f 5) os the largest of the other 4 pots. As 4 of the other 5 pots, it comes with it's original lid.There are numerous areas where the glaze ran during the firing process, but these are not unusual nor even unsightly. This is Korean folk art at it's best in this medium! A very similar pot sold at Christie's in New York City for ...click for details