Han Dynasty, very nice shape and decorated in high relief with very funny represented animals like bear, phoenix or peacock, lion, dog...
H : 12,8 cm. Diameter : 15,8 cm.
Condition : In places some ( actually decorative ) glaze degradiations, the body in a perfect condition.
This rare, lovely dish was excavated in Kalimantan together with the superb double Poenix dish # 1071102 also offered in our gallery.
A quite small dish with a very attractive deep molded floral decoration, covered with a intensive green Sancai glaze. Late Yuan Dynasty, Quanzhou Kiln of Fujian Province. Diameter : 10,6 cm. Condition : Some small negigible glaze imperfection, no crack, no chip.
A extremely rare, relatively large Museum quality Sancai glazed dish decorated with a absolute superb executed double poenix scene.
Late Yuan Dynasty, Quanzhou Kiln of Fujian Province - excavated in Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Diameter : 18,2 cm.
Condition : Perfect, no crack, no chip.
There are two possibilities. Either this very nice Earthenware Jar with a molded - impressed decoration and glazed with an Sancai glaze is from the Tang Dynasty ( 618 - 906 ) and from Henan or Shaanxi ( Sancai). Or it is a piece from the Liao Dynasty ( 916 - 1125 ) Liaoning ( Sancai ). The weight of this Jar is very small.
This piece was coincidentally excavated many years ago in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia and later was venerated and used by local people for ceremonies.
So - Tang or Liao - pl ...click for details
Very rare, Sancai glazed Pottery dish with a incised decoration, excavated in Indonesia.
Similar dishes were found at the CA MAU CARGO.
Qing Dynasty, Yongzheng Period ( 1723 -1735).
Diameter : 22,3 cm.
Condition : Professional repaired.
Since there still are no publications concerning this kind of ware, this extremely decorative and of course genuine Jar is difficult to date.
Most probably this Jar is from the Song Dynasty (Private kiln, Fujian / Guandong ) but it also could be that this Jar is later, from the 14th - 15th century .
Another possibility is, that this rare Jar belongs to Shiwan ware.
This Jar bears 3 impressed private Kiln Marks which you can see at the images.
Condition : Absolutely perfect condition and the ...click for details
A rare and very decorative Tang Dynasty ( 618 - 906 ) sancai glazed Jarlet.
Earthenware with a four-color glaze in green, yellow, brown and creamy white.
( Normally such pieces do have a three-color glaze and it is rare to find a piece with four different colors )
Shaanxi - Henan ( Sancai )
Condition : 2 small restored chips to the rim ( nearly not visible ), further in an excellent condition with a very nice glaze.
H : 4,5 cm.
An extremely rare green-glazed Lotus Vase Liao Dynasty of compressed double-gourd form, emanating from a splayed lotus base, the lower section of sumptuous flared form, moulded with crisp vertical lappets, covered all over in a pale green glaze, the lappets alternating from green to brown to yellow.
Height 26,4 cm.
Ex Sothebys, please see this piece in Sotheby`s catalogue at the last image.
Rare Ming Dynasty ewer resp. pouring vessel in the shape of a duck. The piece is not really a Sancai, because Sancai means 3 colours, and this duck is just in a very nice green. Erthenware with lead glaze. There is a - not simmilair, but compareable piece in the book : Oriental Trade Ceramics in South - East Asia ( John S. Guy ) page 103, Nr.91.
This piece is described as : South China, possibly Fujian, Ming Dynasty, fifteenth to early sixteenth centuries. Please look also : Exhibition of Ch ...click for details