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...
Fine and rare 18th century porcelain “brush shaper” circa Qianlong reign with beautiful deep celadon colored gaze. This is a specialized brush washer used to make a fine point on a brush for detailed calligraphy, perfect original condition. D: 10.4cm/4in and H: 1.5cm/.8in.
This is a fine old Antique Chinese charger. It is done in a pattern rarely seen. Look close at the images and you will see the old orange peel surface texture. The charger has no cracks or chips. It does have a little wear to the gold but most of the enamels are fine. Overall it is in very good condition and in much better condition than most this age.. The Charger is heavily potted and weighs several lbs. Measures 13 inches across.
A nice colorful small bowl with well balance potted, enamelled around the exterior with a dense composite floral pattern of blossoming peony, hibiscus, peony, chrysanthemum and narcissus below a gold rim. Qing dynasty Qianlong seal mark in underglaze blue and possibly of the period. Condition is perfect. Diameter: 9.5cm and High: 5.2cm.
A late 19th. century Chinese underglaze blue and white porcelain jar painted with large male and female figures. The lid is missing and there are some chips to the rim. It is 25 cms. high.
A rare shards sample Yuan dynasty blue and white molded flower jar, this shards is good for studying and comparison, please see picture for detail.
A very nice and unusual painted of blue & white dish which found in South-Sulawesi, decorated with a large flower blossom to base within double circle. Condition is good with two hairline cracks, only one with a chip to inner side of mouth rim, further in very good condition. Ming dynasty late 15th to early 16th century, Hongzhi period. Diameter : 31.6 cm.
The pear-shaped body rises to a tall cylindrical neck surmounted by a lobed garlic bulb-shaped mouth and pair of dragon-fish handles suspending large stationary rings from their tails. The vase also decorated by incised floral on the body. Glazed Base.
20 cm high
Small chip on the foot rim, no hairlines or craks and free from restorations.
The vase has a globular body and tall long neck flanked by tubular handles, and is covered allover in a guan type glaze of slightly bluish green which falls in a line above the glazed base. 21 cm high Three tiny chips on the base, no cracks or hairlines and free from restorations.
A rare and unusual heavy porcelain bitong (brushpot) moulded in the form of a bamboo section with four applied birds in flight and covered with a thick blueish green glaze suffused with tiny bubbles. The base and interior are unglazed...
Globular Jar of Tang dynasty with 4 lugs covered by celadon glaze like leopard skin . 38 cm high and 34 cm wide . Very good condition even if the chip is very ketch below the mouth rim , no hairlines or cracks and free from restorations .
A recent study proved that Raku ware shared technical roots in sancai ware of the Ming Dynasty China from the Henan Province...
A sten cup covered overall with green celadon glaze and decorated with floral carved; unglaze base. PERIOD : Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 AD) MEASUREMENTS: 11.5 cm wide, 9 cm height. CONDITION: firing crcak .