Rare pair of finely potted porcelain lanterns of hexagonal form painted with scenes of flowers and Chinese vases on each side bordered by a cracked ice pattern with gilt fretwork. One vase has damage to fretwork and body as shown in photos. Damaged vase is on left. Each measures approximately14.3 cm tall.
Fine Celadon incised Longquan type baluster vase. No chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs. Measures approximately 21.25cm tall.
Fine Chinese Kendi with yellow glaze. Handle has been reattached. Unmarked. Measures about 30cm tall.
Tall Chinese Qing dynasty baluster form porcelain vase covered overall with a thick red Langyao (also called sang-de-boeuf or oxblood) glaze that thins to white at the rim, drips down into the interior top of the trumpet mouth, and pools unevenly around the irregular foot rim. The base is raised upon a set-in foot. A grayish white crackled glaze base is visible in the interior and on the recessed base...
A Wucai Jar and Cover
Transitional period, 17th Century
The broad-shouldered jar is decorated with a scene of a lady with long sleeves in a palace yard setting with kids play. The domed cover with bud-form finial is decorated with boys at play. The base is in the glazed beautiful dome shape, base ring unglazed.
Height 20 cm
Condition : the jar is very good with no damage or restoration, the cover with chips
see the pictures
A fine ANTIQUE THAI BENJARONG BOWL, depicting 8 celestial Buddhist images. Made specially to order in China (Famille Noire) by the Siamese Royalty/Court and Nobility. Benjarong signifies 5-Colours in Thai. The interior of this magnificent bowl is Emerald Green and has a Center Medallion as well as fine polychrome floral decor on the top rim. The outside has Norasinghs and alternating Thepanom Angels as well as floral/foliage decor on a black background...
A Ming dynasty blue and white large covered bowl with good flower motif, bowl in good condition with small damage at the lower rim please see picture for detail, size: 16 cm diameter, 14 cm height including cover.
A Song dynasty longquan celadon large plate, good green glaze color, small shallow chip / fritts at the rim please see picture for detail, size: 22 cm diameter,
Antique Chinese monochrome deep blue vase, the body of a melon form with a foliate rim, decorated with ornate gilt motifs of guardian lions / fu dogs playing with hassled "xiu qiu" balls, floral designs and scholar's objects. The foot is marked "Qianlong" (1766-1795).
Size: 9" L x 13.5" H
A rare small BENJARONG JARLET manufactured in China (Famille Noire) by special order of the Siamese Royalty/Court and Nobility, depicting a Thepanom Angel as well as a Mythological Norasingh amongst Polychrome Floral Decor. Benjarong means 5-Colours in Thai. Good condition, no cracks, chips, hairlines nor restorations whatsoever, Size: H. 3.5" x 3" diameter. A rare Collector's item par excellence!
Antique Chinese porcelain statue of an immortal man, most likely Li Tieguai as he is depicted holding a gourd bottle to cure sicknesses and uses a walking stick. He is glazed in transparent, black, green, and light blue and wears a draping robe with cherry blossom patterns. Kangxi period (1662-1722)
Size: 5.5" L x 5" W x 12" H
A well potted porcelain bowl, covered with a creamy white, crackled glaze and an overglaze enameled decoration with lion and phoenix in red, green and black. Ming Dynasty 17th. century Swatow ware. Remarkable on this bowl is the fact that the rim of the bowl seems to be unglazed, and the base is fully covered with glaze. Such was common during the Song Dynasty, but is quite uncommon for the Ming Dynasty. Diameter: 10,8 cm. H : 4,6 cm. Condition: one short hairline to the rim...
Antique Chinese pair of porcelain plates with foliate rim, with matching enamel scenes of chrysanthemums and other budding flowers in pinks, purples, blues, greens, and yellows. The foot is marked reign of Guangxu (1875-1908).
Size: 8" L x 1" H
Three Chinese antique porcelain figurines in show case.
each figure is about 7 inches tall.
Large Chinese late Qing dynasty Guangxu period brown etched vase decorated in underglaze blue and white slip with a bird flying over flowers and rockery set against a creamy white crackled glaze ground. Two applied brown animal mask handles are at the top of the shoulder. The rim is dressed brown. The interior and base are glazed while the foot rim is unglazed. A brown square seal holding a stylized incised apocryphal 4-character Ming dynasty Chenghua reign mark is on the base...
A very rare WAN-LI (1573-1619) MING DYNASTY Copper-Iron-Red/Russet Chinese Porcelain Jar with Imperial Yellow 5-clawed Dragons amid Ruyi Clouds and above waves crashing over rocks, chasing the Pearl. Underglaze cobalt blue Wan-Li Marking/Characters surrounded by Double Circles of the Period. Condition: good. Size: H. ca. 10 cm. (3.8 " inches). Provenance: From a Stamford, Connecticut, Estate.
Yellow is the Chinese Imperial Color.
Antique Chinese large porcelain jar of a famille rose glaze, with slender tapering body, tall neck, and dramatically flared rim. The body is decorated by imagery of a seaside village with various people going about their daily lives; The neck with auspicious scholar's objects on a background of medallions, various flowers in bloom, and lotus petals towards the opening of the mouth. Daoguang mark on foot.
Size: 11" W x 26" H
A small ginger jar of porcelain decorated in familie noir enamel glaze with prunus tree in bloom in familie verte. China, Qing, 19th cent. (most probably Daoguang period). H 12.5 cm, D 12 cm. Condition: Perfect. Lid missing.