Of cylindrical form, decorated with the Chinese Eight Immortals design, with metal bands on the rim of the cover and on the rim, the shoulder and the end of the pot, with the stamped mark of the trader who ordered it.
Age: Chinese, Qing Dynasty, circa 19th century Measurement: Diameter 20.8 C. ...click for details
A Sukhothai stoneware spout in the shape of bird head.
Age: Thailand, Sukhothai period, circa 14th-16th Century
Measurement: Height 5 C.M. / Width 10 C.M.
Condition: Nice condition and glaze overall. Please refer to the enlargement photos for more details.
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Decorated with colorful flower and butterflies motifs over gold background, painted with floral motif on the central top of the lid, with brass handle and bands on the end of spout, the potís rim and the lidís rim.
"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also re ...click for details