Kangxi Blue & White is considered as the most beautiful B&W in Chinese history by the popular collectors. This is a nice example of Chinese Qing KANGXI blue & White Porcelain Plate.
Size: 9 inches / 23.5cm diam.
Condition: A few tiny frits and two hairlines as shown in photos, but no crack or restoration. No loss of paste.
Chinese Famille Rose Vase - Circa 1905, Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty. It is beautifully painted with a phoenix standing on a Chinese scholar rock surrounded with peony flowers. The hand painting is exquisite. There are two bats on the back painted in iron red symbolizing "double luck".
Size: 11 inch height (28 cm)
Condition: excellent condition.
A masterly crafted Chinese cloisonne plate with heavy brass in pristine condition. This precious artwork is dating back to around 1800 in the Qing period (1644 – 1912). Set on a Blue of Jingtai background it features colourful decorations with lotus blossoms, bats and Ruyi shapes. The neck rim as well as the incorporated stand are made of gilt copper.
Cloisonne is made by applying coloured enamel paste (made from pow ...click for details
Chinese Qianlong Period export warming plate of exceptional quality in the fine painting as well as quality of porcelain. Lovely sapphire blue with lots of detail. The hot water filling spout faces up and the pouring spout down.
Chinese Famille Rose Vase, 1862-1874 Qing Tongzhi Period with a red seal mark "Da Qing Tongzhi Nian Zhi". It depicts a well known Chinese folk story called "Kylin sending a person back to home". The Kylin is a fairy beast which usually sending the people home and bringing the happiness to the family.
A Rare set of Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Tea Cups and Tray, Qing dynasty. Each with metal rim and each with four character mark to underside. Elegant shape and very thinly potted. The shape of the cup and copper mount on the rim are unusual for the period. It is rare to find the name of a city gate and the name of a famous pavilion marked on the porcelain pieces in that period. One mark of “Zhang Jiang Gate” was the main city gate of Nanchang, the current capital city of Jiangxi Province ...click for details
Authentic 18th century Chinese reticulated blue and white porcelain plate, Qianlong period. Center delicated painting with fisherman, river, trees, mountains and cabin nearby, like a quiet picture in the nature. Reticulated to the edge, and painted dragons around the base. Condition: Near mint original as found condition with very minor abrasions.
KANGXI period (1662-1722). Painted with beautiful Chinese three friends of winters design on a washed blue ground below 12 shaped panels of flowering branches. The front painted with pine tree, bamboo and plum flowers, which were called three friends of winteres in Chinese culture. The reverse decorated with flowering branches and signed in the center.
Size: 15 inches (38cm) diameter. ...click for details
An attractive Chinese silk purse probably imperial from the imperial workshop. The bag in a shape of vase which means "Ping An" (peace and secure), worked on blue satin with colorful knotstitch and gold and silver wire, and both sides embroidered with flowers and butterfly, implicated the meaning of growth and transform. Each silk tassel is showing Chinese character "Shou" (longivity). Beautiful color combination. ...click for details
An antique elegant and beautiful blue and white rice grain pattern Linglong porcelain bowl with old brass mounting around the rim and foot, and bearing a Qianlong six characters mark on the base. It should be dated to the 19th century or earlier. Floral decoration is pierced through the body in the so-called "rice-grain" technique. the body are filled by the colorless glaze. Painted with five bats around a peach inside meaning of longevity. ...click for details
A pair of beautiful shallow dishes decorated in under-glaze blue with over-glaze iron red, green, yellow and enameled with gold gilt highlights. This kind of technique required the work to be fired twice; First in high temperature and then in low temperature. There are four stylized bats holding cash coins joined with ribbons meaning of: fortune in front of your eye for generations to come. Four“shou” symbols in the form of palace lanterns around the perimeter and a bat, shou symbol and lotus in ...click for details
Antique Chinese export silver vase, round base with root design going up with a wonderfully hand-chased body featuring plum blossoms and bamboo leaves in high relief - work is very precise and attractive. Rim is flaring and scalloped.
Marked 'WH 90' and with Chinese characters. Condition is Excellent with no dings, dents or losses. Weight 98 grams.
It measures 6 3/4" tall x 1 5/8" wide at the to ...click for details
This is a Japanese Kutani Plate with excellent hand painting. Unlike many kutani plates which were painted in quantity by labor, this plate was painted by artist with vivid details and excellent artistic skill. Very nice gilt work. Painting shows traditional Japanese folk story. No two plates of this kind are exactly the same in painting details. Dates to the Meiji period (late 19th to early 20th Century).