Fine antique Chinese porcelain bowl decorated in iron-red bats and gilt shou symbols. Duo fu duo shou tang zhi mark on underside. "Made for the Hall of Abundant Happiness and Long Life" 6 5/8" diameter. 3 shallow rim flakes.
Chinese porcelain Guan ware censer, with a light blue/white glaze with tan and brown crackles, stout body, short neck, and fluted foot.
19th - early 20th Century
Size: 2.5" height, 3.5" width
A Ge - glazed porcelain jar with cover. Excellently potted with a nice Ge - type cracled glaze. The unglazed base covered with a dark slip. Yongzheng Period, eighteenth century. H : 15,7 cm. ( Without cover : 13,6 cm. Diameter : 12,8 cm. Condition : Perfect. Provenance : Old German collection.
ongquan charger covered with guan type - crackle celadon glaze and decorated with chrysantemum flower on the center. Glazed Base. Southern Song 南宋 (1127–1279). Measurement : Diameter: 27 cm. Condition : firing fault on the back, no chips, cracks or hairlines and free from restorations..
Longquan plate/bowl covered with greyish green celadon glaze. Glazed Base. Southern Song 南宋 (1127–1279). Measurement : Diameter: 14.3 cm. Condition : perfect, no chips, cracks or hairlines and free from restorations. ...
A blue and white vase with the Qianlong mark but should be 20th century Pre-war Republic era vase
Antique Chinese porcelain tray with gilt edges, its inside finely decorated with oceanside scenery in light glaze colors that are quite pleasing to the eye. Several small people can be seen kneeling, strolling along the water, and riding in a small boat. Very finely painted with excellent detail.
The tray is stamped with the mark of Wang Yu Tang, early 20th century.
Size: 9.5" length, 7" width, 1" height
A very rare Yuan dynasty Shufu glaze large double Dragon motif bowl, rounded side with deep center and unglazed base, bowl decorated with molded double Dragon motif at interior, good condition with small damage at the rim please seepicture for detail, excavated from east java, size: 19 cm diameter.
A very rare Five dynasties yue ware carved human immortals bowl, a very rare to find a yue bowl with carved human immortals motif, excavated site from 10th century kingdoms in south sumatra, very good for studying and comparison, size and condition please see picture detail.
A rare big shards sample of late Yuan - early Ming Hongwu blue and white very large dish, excavated from east java, very good quality flower motif, very good for studing and comparisson, size and condition please see piture.
A rare big shards sample of Yuan dynasty longquan celadon large Dragon dish, very clear molded dragon motif chasing flaming pearl, excavated from east java, very good for studying and comparisson, size and condition please see picture for detail.
Excellently potted and superbly enamelled with an extremely nice landscape scenery.
Famille rose ( fencai ). Iron red Qianlong Mark, but Republican period.
A most beautiful example of an Qianjiang water pot. Diameter : 10,5 cm. H : 7,4 cm. Condition : Perfect.
Chinese song dynasty figures with qingbai glazed. 16cm high. Conditions: one of figure neck has been repair. otherwise in good conditions.
A rare sample of Five dynasties yue ware bowl with molded exterior and carved flower motif at interior, rounded side with deep center and glazed base, bowl decorateds with carved flower motif at the center, outer wall with rare molded flower motif, covered with green yue glaze, condition please see picture for detai,, size: 17.5 cm diameter
A good sample of Yuan dynasty blue and white large bowl with anhua flower motif, rounded side with deep center and unglazed base, bowl decorated with fine under glaze persian blue of continuous flower scroll motif at the exterior, inner rim with classic scroll motif, inner center with flower motif, inner wall with clear anhua flower motif, good condition with rim part has been damage no restoration, please see piture detail.
Size: 17.5 cm diameter.
Decorated in blue & white on the interior with a central formal four-flanged flower whorl enclosed by similar flowerheads & scrolling foliage, the exterior with enamelled lotus & other flowers & iron red peony with enamelled foliage & a large cricket, the base with six character mark of the Guangxu emperor (1875-1908) Height 3.25", Wide 7". Perfect condition no restore, no repair.
DESCRIPTION: A pair of porcelain figures, each a representation of Li T'ieh-kuai, one of the Chinese eight immortals. Li T'ieh-kuai is always represented as a lame beggar leaning on a crutch with a pilgrim's gourd in hand. The Eight Immortals are legendary beings of the Taoist sect who attained immortality and dwell in the remote hills and mountains of China. Both of these figures date from C. 1900, with the larger one's inner base stamped with "China" in red ink...