Description: A unique kettle of Northern Song Dynasty was applied with single black glaze. Intriguingly molded shape with skin liked glaze, the kettle stands by its splayed and well-shaped foot ring. Dark glaze being neatly trimmed to the lower half of the belly, the full ovoid body showed its original gray clay beneath. Dust-like incursions were obvious all over the surface when the glaze reflection was introspective and charming. Northern Song Dynasty(10th-11th century). Height: 3 1/4in.
A magnificent early Tang Dynasty (618-907 A.D.) pottery sitting camel. This is a very wonderful piece that expresses great motion. The camel sits carrying a saddle on his back. It is very detailed and looks vivid. A small amount of the original paint remains on the camel. This piece is in excellent condition and measures 7 1/2 inches high and 15 1/2 inches from head to tail.
A magnificent bottle vase or jar was molded in characteristic dished mouth and was with four squared loops. By the also characteristic greenish hue of the glaze, the surface was spread with patches of whitish and foggy incursions which were obvious condition caused from long time of burial. Despite the results from the enduring age, the bottle was in very good shape by its sturdy body and the stable glaze condition. A special bottle vase from 1600 years ago was in quite good size of 21.7cm in wi ...click for details
This pottery figure was made during the Ming Dynasty around 1500-1600 AD. It represents a talk show girl and was made from a fairly highly-fired pinkish colored pottery. The body has been coated in a green glaze that has reacted to moisture during its long burial, with the unglazed parts "cold painted" in black, red and white pigments. There are mineralized hydrargyrum deposits on parts of the glazed surface, also a result of its long burial.
Height 19cm (7.5 inches). No sign of rest ...click for details