six plates, including one pair, approx. 9" diameter.
CONDITION: excellent, with perhaps minor gilt losses.
WE INITIALLY HAVE TWO COVERED BOWLS AVAILABLE,
EACH PRICED SEPARATELY.
Lovely IMARI STYLE BOWL, Asian, signed with a red and gilt, hand written, flower symbol.
Measures about 4-1/2" diameter, 3" tall to top of lid.
Early 20th Century.
$12 US Shipping for one; $6 additional for two.
[note...stand is for photo display only and does not accompany bowls]
Porcelain. White ground. Decorated with a continuous scene of buildings and rocks beside a river. Hand-painted in blue and heavily overlaid with either Dutch or English gilding.
The cup stands 2 1/2 inches high and measures 2 1/4 inches in diameter.
This piece is unmarked.
In perfect, original, sound condition with no wear to the decoration.
Please Note: the purchase price includes the cost of packing and postage via Royal Mail International Signed For service.
Fine Antique Chinese Sang de Boeuf Vase with scalloped rim and pomegranate form handles. Late 19th century. Now drilled and wired as a lamp.
Height of vase: 12”
A fine and vintage Chinese Qianlong Qing Dynasty 7" bottle or bulb shaped vase c1750s-80s. This decorative vase is in the Famille Rose palette and it features lots of gold clobbering, invariably applied later in Europe. It has the expected frit on the base, and this nice example of Chinese porcelain is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, crazing, losses, damage or repairs...
Both depict a petal shaped rim and are moulded in the well with an all over meander motif around a central
A very rare chinese mug painted in famille rose enamels with a masonic emblem on a plain white ground. It has "Leeds" style cross-over handles.
Dating from the late C18th./early C19th., it stands 5 inches (12.7cms) high.
There is minor wear to the gilding. It is very good condition with no frits, chips or cracks.
Tall Antique Chinese Export Rose Medallion Vase of baluster form with applied salamander decoration and foo dog handles having ten painted panels with figural or bird and blossom decoration surrounded by floral decoration.
Circa 1870. (tight star crack on bottom, chip under rim).
A Chinese jar, wu jin or mirror black glaze and decoration in gilt of flowers and birds in reserves against a diapered background. Kangxi period, early 18th century. Condition: drilled hole to the back and extensive wear to the gilt, minor scratch marks and wear to the glaze around the neck (from the original lid, now missing). A black and gilt lid of a different shape to go with the jar (optional, cf. photo). Height: "5 ½ / 14 cm.
Hand painted small early Chinese tea caddy.
No lid. Condition: good, some crackling to the glaze commiserate with age, hairline crack on edge of base. Size: 3 1/2" diameter
4 1/2" high; no marks.
Early porcelain export Chinese cup and saucer c 1775. Decorated in blue and red, bought from Geoffrey Godden at a fair in the U.K. Condition: saucer, perfect, one small chip on the rim of the cup and sightly rough edge around the rim. Size: Cup 2 1/2" diameter, saucer 4 1/4" diameter. No marks.
a small Ming dynasty Wanli box with cover in red and green in excellent condition. No colour loss or repair. A floral pattern.
An 8 sided box.
Width 6cm, height 4,7cm
A large Yuan celadon dish in very good condition. No cracks. Stoneware with a good sound when tapped. A very beautifull greenish colour. Not really possible to get it right in a photo. A lotus flower in the centre.
Width 37cm, height 8cm
A Ming dynasty blue/white Swatow large dish in good condition. Semi porcelain so when tapped with a dull sound, but no cracks. A sealed hairline visible in photo 5 and 6.
Invisible if not really looking for it.
Beautifull cfrackle pattern in the dih.