KO SOMETSUKE PLATE
Early Chinese blue and white porcelain plate with pine and crane pattern, imported and treasured in Japan, called 'Ko-Sometsuke', "designed" to to be restored well with gold lacquer (kintsugi) as traditional Japanized arrangement.
Thin-make with the mark of spatula work at foot and the characteristic "crawled" glazing texture as is (considered to be the laudable incompleteness for Japanese/Japanized aesthetic from then, as not damage).
Chiense Yuan dynasty longquan celadon tripot censer or incense burner. Decorated with molded flowers motive. Good conditions.Crackled glaze. No chipped, no crack, free from any repair. Shipwreck item. 20,7 cm diameter. 12,5 cm high.
Nice Chinese republic period famille-rose moon flask decorated with traditional Chinese taste enameled paintings. Good conditions. Qianlong mark at the base. 29,5 cm high. Please contact us for more large picture.
Chinese yuan dynasty blue and white small jar. 5,5 cm high. Good conditions except very small fritting glaze at the rim.
Chinese yuan dynasty blue and white small jar. 6 cm high. Good conditions.
Chinese Ming dynasty longquan celadon bowl decorated with incised twin fish at the pond and flowers scroll at inner wall. IIncised lotus petal at outside wall. 14 cm diameter, 5,2 cm high. Good conditions free from any repair, crack or chipped.
Chinese song dynasty white or qingbai glaze flower shape small dish. Decorated with molded flower motive. 12 cm diameter. dish has some hairlines at the center (please see on the pictures).
An excellently and thinly potted Porcelain jar, decorated with an abstractly painted landscape scenery. The underglaze Cobalt blue is deep and very nice. Qing Dynasty, Yongzheng Period ( 1723 - 1735 ) H : 10,9 cm. Diameter : 9,7 cm. Condition : Perfect.
A pear-shaped blue and white vase
Age: Yongzheng reign (1723-1735)
Finely potted blue and white vase with compressed pear-shaped body painted with five stylized bats, or wufu in Chinese between petal-lappet and narrow key-fret borders below a band of upright leaf tips at the base of the tall, slender neck. Wufu is a very popular topic in imperial Chinese porcelain vase, means extreme happiness.
Height: 6 1/8 in...
Antique Chinese tripod ceramic celadon with pale green underglaze, resting on an a hardwood stand with three raised pockets for each foot of the censer. This is a Longquan Celadon, unusual size, dating from Song to Ming dynasty. Perfect Condition.
Size: (on stand) 3.25" height, 2.5" diameter (off stand) 2.25" height
The beautiful porcelain vases are portraying a different historical figure on each side, with the “precious symbols” are around the shoulder, and on each side of the neck are calligraphy inscriptions. The vases have custom carved wood bases. Size: 11-1/2” high x 4” x 4
The 19th Century Chinese porcelain figures are both dressed in ling robes and standing on raised pedestals with openwork with a mountain and late scene, male figure is holding a fan and female is holding a round convex disk with a handle. Size: 12” high
A Song - Yuan dynasty longquan celadon vase with ears, covered with good bluish green glaze, shou chinese character on the center, good condition with small defect at one ears filled please see picture for detail, size: 10,5 cm height
A qingbai porcelain vase with moulded phoenix and floral decoration. The piece is covered in a thin glaze of bluish tone. The white body is exposed on the unglazed base. China, Yuan dynasty, (1379 - 1368). Height: 7 ⅝ inches, 19.5 cm. Condition: Perfect condition with notable wear due to its age. Addition detail photos upon request.
A Song dynasty Tong an kiln celadon large bowl with carved flower motif, good condition with some glaze degradation, please see picture for detail, size: 23.5 cm diameter.
A Song dynasty longquan celadon tripod censer, covered with good green glaze, good condition please see picture for detail, size: 10 cm height
A qingbai glazed porcelain bowl with incised floral and twin goose decoration. Exterior decorated with incised chrysanthemum petal design. China, Yuan dynasty (1279 - 1368). Diameter: 7 inches, 17.8 cm. Height: 2 ½ inches, 6.5 cm. Condition: Good condition with notable glaze crackle formed after firing. Detail photos upon request.
A blue and white gu vase marked on the base in two concentric blue circles. Kangxi 1662-1722
This vase is very well painted in a deep blue shade of blue with scrolling leaves and a lotusflower.