18th b/w large huge chinese export porcelain kangxi wine jug, signed on the base with four kangxi marks-see the photos, painted with flowers, flowering branches, butterflies, the height-25cm with cover, the width-21,5cm, the condition-the handle has restoration-break has been restored-this is very difficult to see, spout has one restoration-this is impossible to see, cover has one imperfection to the inner rim, caused by the firing process.
Chinese export powder-blue & famille verte saucer. Engraved Johanneum mark on the back (inventory number of the Dresden collection). Old dealer's label: Recher, Paris.
*Dating: Kangxi period (1662-1722)- Qing dynasty.
*Provenance: Augustus II "the Strong", King of Poland and Elector of Saxony
*Condition: Old staples repair with chip, rim-frits (see pictures). *D 21.6cm
A lovely Chinese hat stand featuring a pair of birds and painted in the Qianjiang style using soft pastel enamels. Qianjiang enamel paintings are getting harder to find and this one is in excellent original condition, no chips, no hairlines, no cracks. It measures 11 inches high x 4.75" diameter Priced to sell at $275. Secure your investment today!
A good sized fragment of brocaded silk with a pattern of peonies and chrysanthemums, WxH 25,5x66cm.
Mounted on a wooden stretcher, ready for display.
The design is made with the use of 8 different colours on a yellowish-beige background. There are several textiles in the collection of the Forbidden City that show asimilar colour scheme and are described as Ming.
This fragment is in general good condition...
A rare exsample of yuan dynasty under glaze copper red square jar, jar has been broken and restored, size: 6 cm diameter 6.5 cm height
A Chinese bronze censer 19th century with Xuande mark, size: 12 cm diameter, 9 cm height from lower stand to top rim, censer weight about 1200 gram in total. good condition.
large 18th century Chinese bronze censer Xuande mark, censer is in good condition, weight 1200 gram, size 15 cm diameter, 14.5 cm height.
Rare very large Chinese Bronze Censer with Xuande Mark good condition size 22 cm diameter weight 4300 gram
A Chinese porcelain vase decorated with flowers and butterfly and other motifs in famille rose enamel. This is a rare example which demonstrates the earliest famille rose decoration on Chinese porcelains. Early 18th century - late Kangxi to Yongzheng period. Conditions: A hairline (1") from top to the shoulder of the vase; a very tiny flake at the bottom near the foot rim. Height: 7-1/2".
Chinese porcelain water-pot with compressed beehive shape, covered in Jihong (oxblood) glaze. 18th century. Excellent condition: no crack, no chip, no restoration. There are a few small kiln bubbles on the rim and the foot rim. Wood base is not included. Width of the body: 4-1/2"; height: 2-1/4".
An elegant late Ching dynasty (19th century) brushwasher. The quatre-lobed melon form on a shallow raised foot with a defined lip, glazed in mustard or “egg yolk” yellow with delicately applied decoration of floral and foliage in variegated shades of blue, pink and green enamels, the underside unglazed. Condition: excellent, without chips, cracks, or restorations. Weight: 184 grams (6.4 ozs.). Height: 2.8cm (1-1/4”); Length 12cm (4-3/4”) x Width 9.8cm (3-7/8”).
There are horses from yuan,tang,western wei,If you like them,please email me for more details.
A Chinese Ming dynasty bronze figure of The seated Buddha. Seventeenth century. Good genuine age patina.
Condition - Good - minor dinks and knicks, casting faults.
Date - sixteenth - seventeenth century.
Size - height 8.9cm / 3.50ins.
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There is one set of very lovey pottery from zhou dynasty.But they has been broken and has been repaired.Please see the condition from the pictures.If you like them,please email me.
Large size portrait showing four generations of a well-to-do family. The painting is better than average with much detail, vivid colours and accents in gold. All of the men depicted had a second wive, except for the poor fellow in the black coat who had to be satisfied with just one. Two of the men wear badges which indicate they were officials and another must have been a man of merit because he is wearing an imperial yellow coat...