A middle Ming dynasty small jar in perfect condition. No blemishes.
Width 7cm, height 6,8cm
Excavated in Sulawesi Indonesia
A set of middle Ming dynasty bowls in very good condition.
The left bowl has 4 very small rimchips, but is further excellent in colour and glaze. Also a perfect sound when tapped.
The right bowl is excellent in colour and glaze only for a hairline. When tapped you can vague hear the hairline.
Left bowl Width 15cm, height 7cm
Right bowl width 15,4cm, height 6,5cm.
A very beautifull pair excavated in Sulawesi Indonesia. from around 1500
Antique chinese blue and white Ch'ien-lung Qianlong bowl signed
Measures 8" x 2"
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Antique chinese yixing enamel teapot signed zisha teapot 1900-20
Measures 3 5/8" Tall x 3 3/8" Wide x 7" Spout to Handle
There are two tiny fleck on lid shown in pics
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14" high, base drilled for lamp.
Beautiful vintage Chinese carved jadeite dragon gilt silver pin brooch.
2inch long x 0.75 inch width.
Small Antique Chinese Famille Rose Dish now mounted as a tazza with gilt metal mounts. Circa 1870.
Pair of Miniature Antique Chinese Famille Rose Baluster form Cabinet Vases decorated with painted vignettes of figures in a garden; having red seal marks on back and underside. Circa 1900, with a silk lined, glass fronted box.
Very fine Chinese carved elephant ivory desk screen depicting landscape with village scenes-curved with tusk conformity-no condition problems or repairs-11 inches on stand by 4.5 inches
Three Pieces of Antique Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain now mounted as a three tiered tazza with gilt metal Rococo style mounts and pierced cover.
Included here is a pair of antique rectangular porcelain vases in the Japanese style, featuring reticulated necks, gilded serpent handles, and enamel painted floral and bird designs on a black glazed ground. We estimate these vases date from the late nineteenth century. Condition is very good. There are no visible cracks and a small chip from the edge of the foot of one vase, but no other damages. There is obvious wear to the gilding, consistent with age...
A rather rare Ming Swatow klapmuts stoneware bowl in red and green.
The red colour is still good, but the green and blue are effeceted by the time the bowl has been in the earth.
Excavated in S Sulawesi, Indonesia.
There is one sealed hairline, when tapped the bowl has a good sound the way stoneware should sound.
Width 21,5cm, height 5,6cm
A rather large 5dynasty stoneware bowl in good condition. Excavated on Ternate island in Indonesia. A creamy greenish white with a lot of glazeloss. When tapped with a dull sound but no cracks.
Width 23,5cm, height 7,3cm
A Yuan dynasty Qingbai low porcelain bowl in good condition. A soft greenish colour with a pattern moulded in. Not completely visible. Good clear glaze. The bowl has two small hairlines and two very small chips on the rim. A good clear sound when tapped. excavated in Sulawesi Indonesia. Width 18,5cm, height 4,7cm
A Yuan dynasty Qingbai low porcelain bowl in good condition.
A soft grey blue colour with a pattern moulded in. Not completely visible.
The bowl has a sealed hairline and small filled chip on the rim.
A good clear sound when tapped.
excavated in Sulawesi Indonesia.
Width 20,2cm, height 5cm
A Song celadon stoneware bowl in good condition. An olive green glaze. A Ji (for prosperity) character in the centre. The only amage is a small chip from the inside of the rim. See photo.
When tapped a dull but good sound.
craquelee filled in places with the red earth from Java. Excavated in Java Indonesia.
Width 24cm, height 7cm.
If possible see book "Chinese celadons"
by SE Asian ceramic society 1979
A Song dynasty celadon bowl. Stoneware.
In reasonable condition, only with a small chip out of the rim, see photo.
When tapped a bit "off-tone", but no visible hairlines or cracks.
A beautifull olive green glaze with craquelee pattern, filled with earth from Java Indonesia; excavated in Blambangan east Java.
Width 24cm, height 7cm.
In the centre the Ji charcter (prosperity)
A 14th-15th century Sukothai jar in reasonably good condition. The jar itself is fine, no cracks or damage... the glaze is touched by the approximately 600 year the jar has been buried in the soil. Excavated in Java Indonesia. (see the red-brown earth colour in the craquelee lines)
Width 18,5cm, height 16,5cm