A finely carved and moulded Zisha clay stoneware teapot with a Tang dynasty style marbed band and with applied leaf and Prunus blossom decoration...
Royal Doulton Figurine Orange Lady HN4810 -. Artist: Leslie Harradine, Height 5" (12.6cm), Issued: 2005-present, Series: Street Vendors. Excellent condition.
Porcelain Lladro figurine "Puppet Show" by sculptor Joan Coderch, it is a heart warming scene of a boy with a puppet on each hand entertaining a dog and 2 cats. Issued in 1991, it was retired in 1996. In mint condition, this figurine measures 6" high (base measures 5 x 3.25). More photos available upon request.
A beautiful Lladro figurine named Valencian Children created by sculptor Francisco Catalá was issued 1986 and retired in 2008. In mint condition, it measures about 10.5" x 11".
Calling all bird lovers! This a very colorful rendition of a Bunting bird that sits on a leafy branch, molded and then hand painted at the Stangl Factory in Flemington New Jersey circa 1950. There are three distinguishing marks on the verso...
Copyright 1976 The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum. These Books are prepared and produced by Rutledge Books. Published by Crown Publishers,Inc. First printing in 1976. The Punch Bowl on the Front Cover is a Circa 1770 Hong Bowl which Features the Trading Offices, of Hongs,along the River in Canton where all the business of the export trade was conducted.
From a California estate is a large porcelain center bowl manufactured by Rosenthal Manufactory Germany. Designed and decorated by Gilbert Portanier. It measures 10 inches in diameter and is 8.5 inches tall. Signed as shown in the photos. Portanier is a well-known French sculptor, Painter and illustrator. His works reflect the "Mediterranean delight" in exhibiting and communicating. His sheer inexhaustible imagination and narration is combined with subtle technique.
Chinese blue and white porcelain figures that are depicting the "Four Heavenly Kings", which are also known as the four gods, each of whom watches over one cardinal direction of the world. They are known collectively as the "Feng Tiao Yu Shun".They are each with their attribute, and on fitted wood bases. Age: Late 20th Century Size: 19" high
Pair of Chinese porcelain elephant garden seats, each are in the form of caparisoned green and yellow elephants, saddles are with bird and foliage designs (some chips). Age: 20th Century
Size: 22 1/4" (each)
Chinese porcelain blue & white standing Lohan. The ascetic dressed in a long robe with exposed ribs is holding a ruyi scepter. There is a calligraphy inscription on the reverse side of the base. Age: Late 20th Century – Size: 22 ½ high
Chinese porcelain brush pot with scholars looking at a scroll along with two small boys in a landscape setting, inscription and seal marks. Age: Late 20th century Size: 3 ¾” high x 5 dia.
Chinese Famille Rose enameled porcelain plate on a black ground, depicting numerous figures and a ruyi border. It has some wear, scratches and crazing to enamel. Age: Late 20th Century – Size: 16" dia.
Chinese standing blue & white porcelain tall Guanyin holding a lotus flower in her right arm and the right hand in a mudra. Age: Late 20th Century – Size: 36” high
Chinese black porcelain jardinière, rim with a black-brown coloration. Age: Late 20th Century – Size: 16” high x 18 ½” diameter.
Chinese porcelain Fujian Blanc de Chine Avalokiteúvara with many arms holding their attributes is seated on a peacock with a peacock feather mandorla and acolytes on either side standing on lotus pedestals. The reverse side has a young boy riding a bull near a pine tree. It dates to the Late 20th Century. Size: 13 7/8"high x 8 ¼" wide x 3 ½" deep (34.9 x 21 x 8.9 cm)
Chinese tea pot with lotus flower design, porcelain with overglaze polychrome decoration.
Dimension: 4 /12 inches tall
7 inches width
Beautiful pottery three lucky lucky toad with gold coins, it is Feng Shiu related object, it is believed to draw good luck from all directions. It's color changes when pour hot water on it back, it is magically amazing.
This is a plate with hand-painting of kajika ( one kind of rock fish ) made by Nagase Wataru, who is a contemporary pottery artist, born in Yamagata prefecture ( 1977~ ) and finished the graduate school at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 2002. He won many prizes and lives in Nagasaki now. His main works are creatures in the ocean and the river. In excellent condition. Diameter: 20.5cm H:4cm