A Finely Painted Transitional Blue and White Brush Pot
Age: SHUNZHI PERIOD (1644-1661)
The cylindrical brush pot is lively painted with figures, depicting four Manchu family life in yard scene of a continuous landscape.
Size: 18cm(w) x 19cm(h)
Condition: Wear by aging, chips on rim
Provenance: Hanhai Peiking, 1997
Similar item could be find at Christie's Hongkong, 27 November 2013, lot 3263.
A Pair of Yellow and Green Dragon Bowl
Age: Guangxu six-character mark and of the period
Enamelled at the exterior with two dragons in mutual pursuit among stylised clouds and flaming pearls above waves, all reserved on a bright yellow ground.
Condition: Good with age sign, one hair on one bowl
Provenance: From Bonhams Auction
A Song dynasty longquan celadon bottle vase, rounded side with globular body and tall neck, covered with good green celadon glaze, vase is recovered from a shipwreck near riau islands, glaze surface has been cleaned / touch up and there is crackled line on the body, there is still sign of salt on the foot ring and inner part of the vase which hard to get cleaned please see picture for detail, size: 14.5 cm height.
A rare Yuan dynasty qingbai white glaze melon shape large ewer, rounded side with melon shape and unglazed foot ring, small neck with wide open rim and up rising spout, ewer found from east java.
Ewer is in good condition with handle part is missing and neck rim section broken reattach, restoration for this ewer is available please add us$ 50 for restoration cost.
Size: 13.5 cm height.
A rare sample of Yuan dynasty large qingbai glaze large ewer with cover, pear shape with raising up spout and curve handle, ewer decorated with clear molded phoenix bird motif at the belly, carved flower motif at the body, ewer covered with good bluish white qingbai glaze.
excavated from trowulan east java, very good sample for any one who interested into studying early Chinese porcelain, ewer has damage at the spout and handle please see picture for detail, restoration for this ewer is availab...
Pair of deep porcelain bowls decorated with an old scholar and his young assistent enjoying nature. Poetic line on the other side. Early Republican Period. H. 6,5 cm x 16 cm. Condition: exellent.
A rare pair of Dutch decorated Chinese porcelain slop bowls enamelled with scenes of a lady dancing and a gentleman playing a wind instrument, while a black servant stands holding a bowl of fruit; in the background a distant town with a windmill, this vignette repeated on the interior. Diameter: 14.8 cm. c. 1735-45.
One with an indistinct 3 cm. hairline, the other with a 4cm...
A Chinese blue and white porcelain censer, finely painted with Chinese calligraphy.
GUANGXU(1875-1908). with Hallmark
Size high 13.5cm. Diameter 17 cm
Porcelain Chinese figurine of Tsao Kuo Chiu, who is a patron saint of theatrical profession. Richly decorated in polychrome enamels, Tsao Kuo Chiu is one of the 8 Immortals. We have never seen a theatrical monkey at the base, but he is a nice addition to this very unique 19th century Chinese figurine. Marked CHINA on the bottom, we are dating him Circa 1900. In excellent condition, he measures 7.5 inches tall.
Extremely rare blue and white Meiping, well balance and thickly potted, decorated with two birds on the tree, the neck with scrolls filled with Ruyi pattern and above the base with continuously flower scrolls pattern all in slight pale cobalt-blue tone with heap and peel effect. Base unglazed. Ming dynasty 15th century, possibly Xuande period. Condition is excellent. Height: 33.3cm.
A lovely porcelain covered box of the Ming Dynasty, Jiajing Period ( 1567 - 1572 ) with a blue and white floral decoration with Lion.
Porcelain body, very nice Cobalt blue, covered with an excellent glossy glaze.
Diameter : 6,9 cm. H : 5,5 cm.
Condition : Perfect original condition. There are 2 firing cracks which can be seen on the last enlargement, but there is no later damage to the piece.
A nice 17th century Qing dynasty-Kangxi period 1662-1722 Batavian shipwreck blue and white ewer. It is decorated with picture of birds and floral motives, has a rounded shape, has glaze and no mark. It is in very good condition and no restoration. Height: 23 cm and diameter: 16.5 cm.
*For more details, please take a look at the pictures.
Ming Dynasty, ca. 1600
This tea bowl sized dish is decorated in underglaze cobalt on two sides of the exterior with a rapidly-brushed floral design, and with a flower on the interior base. It is well-potted and raised on a low footring with a recessed base that is glazed and reveals chatter marks from the trimming. The footring was hastily cut, with an uneven, but glazed-over area to one side. The rim shows typical fritting and glaze loss, otherwise there are no cracks or restorations...
An interesting moulded “ko sometsuke” dish in the form of an upturned Lily pad decorated with a central motif painted in reverse of a Butterfly surrounded by flowers and other flying insects sitting upon a Lotus pad from which radiates a series of fourteen panels containing various flowers, including a Lotus, Camelia, Chrysanthemum and Pomegranates. The dish dates to the early seventeenth century c.1620-40 Tianqi or Chongzhen...
The bulbous body with two opposing lion masks and with everted mouth rim enamelled on the outside with lotus flowers on a blue background.
China, Qing Dynasty, 18th century
Diameter: 11.3 cm
Height: 6.5 cm
Standing on a high foot with flattened mouth rim the bowl is enamelled all over in red and green with a design of a duck in a lotus pond and different geometrical patterns.
China, Ming Dynasty, 16th. century
Diameter: 18.5 cm
Height: 6.7 cm
A Chinese export porcelain teapot done in cafe-au-lait and white panels decorated with famille rose flowers. The teapot measures about 5" high x 7 1/4" wide x 4 1/4" in diameter and dates to the early 18th Century. Condition: The condition is good with several frits on the handle and top nob. There is some black stain in the frits and foot rim that could be cleaned up. Free shipping within the USA.
A Chinese export Porcelain vessel with blue and white under glaze dragon decoration. The covered container with lid and side handles measures about 5 1/4" high x 5 3/4" wide x 4" in diameter and dates to the turn of the 17th/18th Centuries. This large container may have been used for sweet meats or sugar. Condition: The condition is good with glaze frits on the edge of the lid, and a frit or small shallow chip the top nob. Free shipping within the USA.