Chinese Longquan celadon DISH, well modeled with a soft pale blue-green glaze applied overall except the very thin foot rim which shows a buff colored biscuit color. There is a faint band around the outside of the dish near the rim. There is a small (size of a wooden match head) area inside the cavetto (see photo) where the glaze did not adhere.
Otherwise in good condition. Circa: Southern Song Dynasty, 13th Century. Dimensions: Diameter is 5 1/16 inches or 12.2 cms.
Late 19th/early 20th Century JAPANESE Blue & White Baluster shaped PORCELAIN VASE with a floral and bird design: height of vase 18 inches, widest diameter 8.5" This LAMP and Lampshade were assembled and purchased @ FOSS Lamp Studio in Oakland, CA.
The Lampshade has a diameter of 17" and a height of 17" The total height of the LAMP is 36 inches(with the shade) and the total height of the lamp without the shade is 32.75 inches. Cluster Head (2 lamp bulbs with separate chain pu ...click for details
Japanese Red LACQUER TABLE, (8.75" x 8.75" x 14" in height)with gold highlighted removable legs; make this elegant table suitable for displaying your favorite vase with or without flowers. Can be used for tea ceremony, or in your special place in your home. Condition, the lacquer is in good shape, (no flaking or cracks) but there are some slight black spots on the top of the table, (see last enlargement)
A large Korean white wear JAR in baluster form on a raised foot ring with a short neck and everted lip applied overall with a matt slightly blue crackled transparent overglaze. Height is 16 3/8inches (41.5 cm) and width at shoulder is 14 inches (35.5 cm) Condition is good, some iron spots, no chips or restoration. Circa: 19th Century.
$190 for 5 bowls and covers (includes kiriwood storage box) or $45 for one bowl.
One Complete set (5 bowls and lids ) of Japanese orange LACQUER BOWLS and LIDS. The covers are beautifully painted in gold with peony flowers and leaves with a single Shibui butterfly. There are some small chips on the edges of some of the bowls and lids, but the condition is very good overall. Suitable for use as a "miso
soup" bowl or as a decorative accent. Circa 1900-1920. Height with lid is 3.5" and diameter is 4.5 inches.
Korean porcelain figure of a seated PRIEST with an off-white finely crackled glaze. The priest holding a palm frond fan in right hand and a teapot in left hand, his tongue moves (from side to side) Great expressiveness. There is a four character impressed mark on the inside of the ceramic.(see photo #5)
Dimensions: 3.5"=ht. x 4"=width x 3"=depth.
There is some damage to the spout of the teapot (see photo #2). Circa: Choson period, late 19th C.
Cast metal Buddha in Bhumisparsa mudra, Pala-Mon style, Pagan (Bagan) Burma; There is an extrusion which was broken or eroded on the mid back of the buddha, about the size of half a penny. Hooks or rings were often cast on the back of Buddha images in Pagan so that they could be attached in temples. 11th-12th Century, height = 10"
Chinese porcelain Quingbai baluster JAR well modelled with a crackled creamy-blu glaze sitting on a slightly inverted narrow footrim. The base is glazed (& nicked) and there is a half-silver dollar shaped (& size) firing crack in the base.
Condition is fair. There are numerous "pitts" in the glaze mostly on the shoulder which are discoloured (white coloured) Nonetheless, a somewhat impressive ceramic.Circa: Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368) Dimensions: Height is 8 inches (20 cm) and wi ...click for details
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KOREAN, Koryo Dynasty (12-13th Century) Celadon Stonewear CUP with provenance. A deep cup with rounded sides, contracted lip and bevelled foot-rim. Greyish-green celadon glaze, faintly crackled. From the Carl Kempe Collection of Chinese (& Korean) Ceramics # 877, Purchased @ Sotheby's in Paris Dec. 18, 2008. Dimensions: 3.5 inches (9.3 cms.) x 2.5 inches height or 6.5 cms. Condition is good. Three spur marks on base (see pix)
Japanese RED (with black lacquer "butterfly" legs) LACQUER TRAYS,19TH Century; a complete set of five (5) with distinctive shaped corners and legs. Condition is excellent, structurally sound and the lacquer is in good shape overall, with the exception of slight loss of lacquer on the bottom, due to age. Dimensions are 12.5 x 12.5 x 3 inches in height. Circa: 1800-1868.