A imperial quality tea-pot from the Guangxu Period ( 1875 - 1908 ) The decoration of a dragon a phoenix superbly and brilliantly enamelled ( famille rose ). Iron red Guangxu mark and of the period.
L : 21 cm. H : 13,6 cm. Condition : Perfect.
A thinly potted bowl with a carved decoration and glazed with an nice pale blue Qingbai glaze. Northern Song Dynasty ( 1127 - 1279 ) There is an old Chinese inscription to the unglazed base. Diameter : 15,8 cm. H : 4,9 cm. Condition : One old, very small chip resp. frit to the rim. Further in perfect condition with an nice "ping" tone when tapped.
A large, very well and thinly potted bowl. The exterior of the steep rounded sides finely incised with two striding five-clawed dragons in mutual pursuit of flaming pearls, and enamelled in yellow, aubergine, black and shades of green with three different kind of large fruit branches. The present bowl belongs to a group of bowls and saucer dishes decorated with dragons in anhua design and enamelled over the glaze, with the two types of decoration showing no awareness of each other's existenc ...click for details
A pair of superlatives. The size of this pair of Song - Yuan jarlets is extraordinary large. The body of the pieces is very well potted. The very desired bluegreen Celadon colour of the " Guan-crackled " glaze is rare. All in all this impressive, very decorative pair would be a true enrichment for any Longquan collection. Song - Yuan Dynasty (thirteenth to fourteenth centuries) Longquan ware, Zhejiang. Excavated in Kalimantan ( Borneo ) Indonesia.
Diameter : 11,4 cm. H : 8,9 cm.
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An absolute lovely teapot of the Guangxu period ( 1875 - 1908 ). Brilliantly enamelled " Mille Fleur " decoration which is extraordinary rich in detail. ( Famille Rose ) Iron-red Guangxu Mark and of the period. H : 10,8 cm. L : 17 cm. Condition : Perfect.
A superbly potted Qianlong Mark and Period ( 1736 - 1795 ) vase with an wonderful copper-red glaze.
H : 18, 6 cm.
Condition : It was possible to re-glue the broken vase very successfully. Although there is no re-paint to the vase the re-glued areas are quite discrete.
A Qing Dynasty Daoguang Period ( 1821 - 1850 ) porcelain bowl with underglaze blue and and overglaze enameled floral decoration with bats and " Shou-characters " ( longevity )
Underglaze blue Mark to the base.
Diameter : 12,8 cm.
Condition : Perfect
A very well and thinly potted porcelain bowl with a polychrome decoration ( Famille-rose ) of the "Eighteen Luohans" and a red six-character mark. Qing Dynasty, Guangxu period ( 1875 - 1908 ) Diameter : 15,8 cm.
Condition : There is a very flat chip to the inside of the footrim. Further in an absolutely perfect condition.
A quite large Guan-glazed Longquan ware deep dish with a beautifully crackled blue-green Celadon glaze.
Southern Song Dynasty ( 1127 - 1279 ) Longquan ware.
Diameter : 21,4 cm. H : 5,4 cm.
Condition : Perfect, the glaze a little bit degraded.
The body exquisitely potted of flattened double-gourd form with a slender upper bulb resting on a compressed lower body, set with two delicate loop handles.
The pale bluish-olive-green glaze thinning to the edges of the piece so that the brown paste of the body is shining trough the glaze.
Southern Song Dynasty ( 1127 - 1279 ) Guan ware ( Guanyao )
Excavated in Berau, east Kalimantan.
H: 15,2 cm.
Condition : The glaze a little bit degraded and there is a very faint hairline to one of the lo ...click for details