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A wooden statue of an official, pre-Ming

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Sculpture: Pre 1700   item# 1292050 (stock# 2015/D/214)

A wooden statue of an official, pre-Ming
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Wooden statue of an official from Shanxi province. Height: 42cm (excluding base) The fact that textile has been used as an underground for the lacquer indicates the statue dates from at least the Ming period. The unusual hair-dress points out that it is likely earlier than that. Condition: overall wear to the lacquer. The inside of the statue has been eaten away by insects (not active). The head has been broken off and refastended with bamboo pegs. This has been retouched and is much l ...click for details


A Cizhou type bowl, Song or Jin period - Oxford TL tested

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1492   item# 1279451 (stock# 2014/L/204)

A Cizhou type bowl, Song or Jin period - Oxford TL tested
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A Cizhou type bowl with three russet splashes on a dark-brown oil spot glazed ground. Song or Jin period, probably 12th-early 13th century. Diameter: 18,7cm. Height: 7,8cm. Good condition with no cracks, chips or repairs. There's a firing fault down the base. Two samples have been taken from the inside of the base for testing by Oxford Authentication laboratory (thermoluminescence test). The outcome was positive, indicating age between 600 and 1000 years old. There's a comp ...click for details


Siwa culture pot, 14th-11th C. B.C.- large example

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre AD 1000   item# 1161249 (stock# 2012/I/118)

Siwa culture pot, 14th-11th C. B.C.- large example
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A large example of a pot from the(Gansu) Siwa culture, 14th-11th century B.C. Diameter 25cm, height 28cm. The saddle shaped mouth is typical for Siwa pottery. Well moulded and elegant of shape. The condition is very good without any repairs.


Double handled small jar- ca. 2300-2000 BC

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre AD 1000   item# 1157296 (stock# 2012/H/117)

Double handled small jar- ca. 2300-2000 BC
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A small double handled jar. Machang phase of the Gansu-Qinghai Majiayao culture. Ca. 2300-2000 BC. Geometric decorations in black and purple. Fine condition with no repairs. There are some tiny chips missing from the rim but hardly disturbing. Impurities in the clay have caused small flakes on the body to spring off during the firing proces. Height 11cm, diameter 14cm. There are root traces visible, especially on the bottom inside. These are good proof that it is an original. For comparison: He ...click for details


Double handled small jar- ca. 2300-2000 BC

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre AD 1000   item# 1155183 (stock# 2012/G/111)

Double handled small jar- ca. 2300-2000 BC
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A small double handled jar. Machang phase of the Gansu-Qinghai Majiayao culture. Ca. 2300-2000 BC. Fine condition with no repairs. Height 10cm, diameter 12cm. There are plenty of root traces on the bottom. These are good proof that it is an original. For comparison: He Li, Chinese Ceramics, p.60 nr.9


A fine Xindian culture jar- ca. 1000 BC

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre AD 1000   item# 1154208 (stock# 2012/G/102)

A fine Xindian culture jar- ca. 1000 BC
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A thinly potted fine example of a Bronze Age Xindian Culture jar. Gansu-Qinghai province, 1200-500 BC. Geometric decoration in red and black fired pigments. There's a flake missing from a side as visible on the pictures. Near the base there's a black burned area that shows stress cracks from firing. Combed-like lines show the making proces. A good example in fine condition. Height 15,5cm.


A Ming period large Cizhou jar

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1700   item# 1147111 (stock# 2012/F/93)

A Ming period large Cizhou jar
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A large size Cizhou jar from a Shanxi kiln. The lustrous copper-brown coloured decoration is very typical. It is identical to a Jiajing marked one in a private collection. This one is probably from the same period. The four characters on the shoulder can be translated as "the beginning of spring". There's a tiny repaired chip at the rim. Further in fine condition. No cracks, repairs or repainted areas. Height 67cm, diameter 41cm. Reduced in price from 1.850 euro to 1.400 euro.


A rare Cizhou jar with full mark and poems- Kangxi

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1700   item# 1144085 (stock# 2012/E/91)

A rare Cizhou jar with full mark and poems- Kangxi
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A rare Cizhou jar from a Shanxi kiln with full mark. As far as I know the text on the shoulder reads as: Kangxi 2nd year (1662)in the 5th month-Li Xuen made me-in Shanxi province-Tanzhou Lingxuen County-Houzichen village. On the lower shoulder there are 4 poems of which I don not have any translation. Dim.: 65cm heigh, 44cm diameter. This is one of the very few jars with full date etc. that I have ever seen. Condition: Fine, no damage, no repairs, no repainted areas. Expected wear from use.


A rare medium sized Cizhou jar - late Ming 16th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1700   item# 1104970 (stock# 2011/J/62)

A rare medium sized Cizhou jar - late Ming 16th C.
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Medium size Cizhou jar from a Shanxi kiln. The narrow and short neck, the wide shoulder and the characters on it are typical for the late Ming style of Cizhou jars. Height 53cm, diameter 35cm. There's a small chip missing from the rim. No cracks or re-painted areas. The glaze on the shoulder is thicker than on the body where areas are hardly covered by glaze. This is the only late Ming example for this size I have ever seen out of hundreds! Some stats: for the early Qing Cizhou jars th ...click for details


Medium size Cizhou jar - rare Kangxi mark

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1800   item# 1104897 (stock# 2011/J/60)

Medium size Cizhou jar - rare Kangxi mark
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A medium size Cizhou jar with rare Kangxi mark. It is very exceptional for this size to have a mark. It is the only one (of many)I have ever seen, accounting for less than 1%! Height: 58cm Diameter: 32cm Condition: -a small chip from the rim has been filled with cement, glaze wear to the rim. -One small hole in the body filled with cement. -Two more punctures to the body, hardly visible at the outside, causing damage on the inside. -A superficial S-shaped firing fault, not visible on the i ...click for details


A rare Ming sweet-meat box

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Lacquer: Pre 1700   item# 1094318 (stock# 2011/H/33)

A rare Ming sweet-meat box
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A rare lacquered so called 'sweet meat' box, decorated in 'miaojin' technique, with 8 dishes. Late Ming, circa 1600. 'Miaojin' means 'traced in gold' and refers to the golden lines with which a polychrome decoration in lacquer was highlighted. Though much of the gold has worn of, the decoration on the lid of the box is still in a relatively good condition and untouched. Material: lacquer on textile on wood. Old repairs with iron reinforcements at the corners o ...click for details

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