A very scarce carved ivory chinese brush pot ca 1860..intricate carving in mint condition..approx 5 in tall w original stand
I is finely potted in Helmet Form, painted in underglaze blue with scattered floral sprays based on Worcester of English designs. Circa 1770. Hight: 11 cm. Overall condition is good, there is a hairline at the rim, please take look at pictures.
The plate painted in bright and rich enamel with a arm. Late 18th C. or early 19th C. Maybe for India market - the British colony at the time. Diameter: 24.5 cm. Overall condition is good, there is one hairline at the rim, please take look at the photos.
Object 2012039, Dish, China, 1720-1740, Height 37 mm (1.46 inch), diameter of rim 245 mm (9.65 inch), diameter of footring 138 mm (5.43 inch), weight 418 grams (14.74 ounce (oz.))
Extremely rare Cizhou ware truncated meiping, Jin-Yuan Dynasty, with a squat ovoid body, a recessed base and a short narrow ribbed neck, freely painted with two bands of stylized flying ducks or geese over a creamy ground, the largest on the body of the jar, the smallest on the shoulder, each band within double lines. From an old collection of Chinese ceramics in Charlotte NC.
Chinese Imari 1700-1800, Object 2011947, Teapot and cover, China, 1710-1720, Height including the cover 119 mm (4.69 inch), diameter handle to spout 175 mm (6.89 inch), diameter of mouthrim 43 mm (1.69 inch), diameter of footring 52 mm (2.05 inch), weight with cover 414 grams (14.60 ounce (oz.)), weight cover 39 grams (1.38 ounce (oz.))
16" x 13", Chinese export platter from the 18th century, very good condition. Beautiful detailing.
Height 33 mm (1.30 inch), diameter of rim 155 mm (6.10 inch), diameter of footring 90 mm (3.54 inch), weight 114 grams (4.02 ounce (oz.))
Saucer on footring with spreading sides. Decorated in overglaze iron-red, gold and black enamel with two birds perched on a rock flanked by various flowering plants and a butterfly in flight. Round the rim a floral scroll border with flower heads...
Height with cover 114 mm (4.48 inch), height without cover 98 mm (3.86 inch), dimensions 90 mm (3.54 inch) x 56 mm (2.20 inch), diameter of mouthrim 25 mm (0.98 inch), weight with cover 274 grams (9.67 ounce (oz.)), weight cover 13 grams (0.46 ounce (oz.))
Tea-caddy of rectangular form with canted corners, a flat shoulder with a upright unglazed neck. The original cover is missing and replaced with a contemporary mahogany version. The flat base is unglazed...
A fine and rare pair of lobed vases glazed in the Robins Egg or sha green glaze, Qianlong mark but late 19th or early 20th century. A large pair at 18", the vases are a one of a kind form inspired by the Yongzheng/Qianlong manganese derived glazes sometimes referred to as 'souffle' or Lu Jun. The pair here is a successful variant of those earlier glazes with a light blue green robins egg suffused with mauve or speckled undertone atop a white porcelain body...
7" high and 6.75 diameter. Having inner detachable cup.
12" diameter. Note hairline cracks--see detail image.
Chinese Qing dynasty blue and white export porcelain lidded square form canister used to store tea and spices densely decorated in a deep blue in the Canton pattern with a continuous landscape scene of boats on a lake, figures in pavilions, willow trees, bridges and traditional buildings. The slightly domed lid features boats on a lake with traditional huts and mountains in the background set within a rain and cloud border. 19th century. 4 1/4” high x 3 3/4” square...
Chinese Qing dynasty blue and white export porcelain deep rectangular form covered vegetable serving dish decorated on the domed cover and interior well in the Canton pattern with boats on a lake, bridges, figures, willow trees, and traditional buildings in a landscape scene set within a rain cloud border. Each of the four exterior sides is decorated with a floral spray. Dates from the first half of the 19th century. 9 1/2”L x 8 1/2”W x 5 1/4”H...
The Chinese porcelain bowl colorfully enameled in Canton with dramatic figures, flowers and birds. Size: 11.5 inch diameter. Condition is very good with minor enamel wear, slightly warping which is very common for large size bowls.
The nice Chinese Imari punch bowl decorated with flowers and rocks in Chinese garden. DATE: 18th C. SIZE: 9.5 inch (24cm) diameter, 4 inch (10.5cm) high. CONDITION: very good and maybe some re-gilt.
The pair of vase represent the best quality of Chinese Export Rose Medallion, they covered allover in elegant celadon glaze, painted in rich famille rose with birds, flower, butterflies, and antiquities, highlight in gilt. They are high quality and hard to find. Date from 1810-1840. 12 inch high, 9 ½ inch wide. Excellent condition with no any damage and restoration.
c. 1780 Small size Chinese Export Porcelain tea bowl, Famille Rose from the collection of Virginia College,chip, minor wear consistent with age and use, 2 1/2" high, 2 3/8" diameter. Priced as is.