A large longquan celadon charger of Ming dynasty, is decorated with the picture of a big flower in the middle, and some pictures of flowers on the side of the charger. It is in very good condition; no chip and no restoration, except there is a line of firing cracked glaze close to the rim of the charger...
Chinese Song-Yuan dynasty longquan celadon jarlet decorated with Dragon. Covered with nice green celadon glaze. Good conditions. 7,5cm high. 8,5cm body diameter.
Chinese 10th century yue ewer. 15cm high.Conditios of the body is good but has damage at the handle, neck and spout. Free from any repair. (please see on the pictures).
Chinese 10th century zhadou or spittoon. 7,8cm rim diameter. 5,5cm high. condition has one small chipped at the rim (pleasee see on the picture).
Fine white Song Dynasty powder box with scroll pattern on lid and on base section. In very good condition. The top and bottom fit nicely together all round and are symmetrical in shape. As man be expected, there are some minor chips to the sharp edge of the lid and some to the inside rim of the bottom section. Additional images on request. Diameter: 4.50 inches; Height 1.75 inches
Pair of Chinese porcelain vases. Scenes of children playing and carrying fruits. Colorful detailed scenes all in perfect Condition.
Dimensions: 5" High X 2 1/2"
A rare Ewer pot in celadon tint was nicely decorated with Phoenix head.
It was well preserved with only one minute restoration at the tip of the mouth.
Date: Song, Dynasty, 12th Century.
Provenance: Xichun Kiln, Guanmzhou City.
Some relative pieces are in the museum of Indonesia.
A custom-made cotton box is included.
A large and very rare Huali wood and porcelain wall vase with thick deep red glaze and complete with its original lead liner. The porcelain bears the single character "Chun" meaning "Spring"...
Blue and white style Chinese porcelain vase in a wide cylindrical shape, with imagery of a shopkeeper and his young employee displaying his wares to two robed noblewomen on one side and a young boy presenting a box to his elder for inspection. Kangxi Nian Zhi mark on bottom, 20th century.
Size: 6.25" tall, 7.75" wide
Chinese famille rose porcelain tea cups, each with pink and white chrysanthemums with outstretched stems and leaves in pastel greens, a light purple band around the rim with small flowers and leaves in curling designs, and a light blue half-star design underneath. Each teacup is stamped underneath with the Hongxian Nian Zhi mark, early 20th century.
Size: 2.25" tall, 3" wide
Decorated on four sides with frolicking lions; with good wishes mark on base.
Provenance: Acquired 1968/71.
Decorated with dragon emerging from clouds. 19th century.
Measurements: H 7 1/2", D 9 1/2".
Provenance: Acquired 1968/71.
Chinese covered box with blossom motif. Some discoloration but does not detract from charm of this piece.
Measurement: H 2 1/4".
Underglaze Blue White Chinese Porcelain Seal Box; 19th century with Qianlong mark. When the box was acquired in 1973 from a dealer in Washington, D.C., it came with a description explaining that the box dated to the early or mid 19th century, that it was transfer with details painted, especially the medallions on the side and that it was very fine work.
A large and rare longquan celadon jar of Yuan dynasty, with rounded shape (not symmetrical), glazed and without cover. The entire body of the jar is decorated with the full picture of a flying dragon in the clouds and it is in very good condition; no chip and no restoration except there is a little tiny firing crack inside the jar and a black spot at the base of the jar. Height: 24 cm...
Blue and white handpainted porcelain creamer/jug.
H. 3"3/4" or 9 cm.
Chinese exportware. Ca 1800
No chips or cracks.
poss. minor baking error handle. (pict.6)
Chinese Export Ware Porcelain Bowl
Similar to examples of early tea cups from the 1830s
Late Qing-Republic Period
Size: Diameter: 4.3" Height 2.25"
China became famous for its porcelain production since the Yuan dynasty with the export of the wares to the Islamic region. By the 18th century, European powers wanted to break the monopoly of porcelain and in late 1770s a Prussian established a studio and began the Western tradition of porcelains...
A nicely shaped large Yuan Dynasty incenser in light green celadon glaze with ribbing design to exterior. Small visible imperfections and small chips to glaze on rim and a small one to underside of one foot. Also, a faint hairline is visible on side of incenser.
Diameter: 5 inches; height 2.50 inches.