A black mille fleurs teapot and small tazza (footed dish). Guangxu mark and late of the period or early Republic. Clean and sharp designs.
Good condition with no cracks or hairlines. Enamel in good condition. Nice example of this design. Teapot and tazza hard to find.
Set of 18-19th century Chinese export famille rose armorial dishes in a nest of 3. Each bears the golden coat of arms of the East India Company with the pair of cute facing lions. Nice orange peel effect on fine quality porcelain.
The East India Company was established in 1600 as a monopoly company by act of Parliament. It was the earliest incorporated companies in the world and at one time it consituted 40% of w ...click for details
Early 1700s Kangxi/Yongzheng Chinese blue/white export plate with a hexagonal rim and deep bowl. The decoration is is in a style typical of the era with free and vigorous brushstrokes. And the subject matter is wonderful, a pair of frolicking doe or fawn with those wide open eyes. There is a big pine tree shadowing the rocks, and a pagoda in the background. This is a park scene, possibly one of the Imperial hunting parks, not just a garden. Ring of lapets inside the rim and a geometric border al ...click for details
A fun antique Chinese export silver belt with two fire breathing dragons on every link. 35 inches long with 38 links plus the oval buckle. That makes for 36 dragons in all. Full hall marks as shown. Very good condition with no damage. Great patina.
A fine and large Chinese export blue and white canton platter circa 1830 out of a fine New Bedford estate together with a few other old export items. Good orange peel effect, medium blue, beautiful!
14.6" by 11.6" in very good condition with no chips hairlines or repairs. Only a few rim frits and tiny chip under the rim hardly noticeable but signs of good age (see detail pic).
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A fun 19th century Chinese export tazza or stem bowl with the 1000 butterflies design. Nice thick enamel with highlights on the bottom and a band on the stem. Circa 1880. From an old New Bedford estate together with some cantons.
9" diameter and 3" high. No chips hairlines or repairs. A tiny loss to enamel and some glass frits, not readily discernible. Very good condition.
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