Chinese blue and white bowl decorated with beauties and flowers. Kangxi(1662-1723) mark and period. Condition: there are two cracks on the bowl, one is about 1-3/4" long; the other is about 1" long, runs into the long one, please see photo #5 for detail. No other chip or crack other than these. Diameter: 6"; height: 2-3/4".
Chinese blue and white porcelain box decorated with rabbit and horses and other motifs. Ming dynasty, Wanli reign. Condition: Four ships, three of them have been patched(photo #4); some kiln faults; stain on glaze, please study the photos carefully for condition details. Diameter: 5-1/8"; height: 2-3/4".
A very rare Chinese Ming Dynasty dish, in addition to the blue and white lion and motifs, it is also decorated with red enamel on both sides of the dish. Condition: The rim of the dish is wrapped with a copper ring, I assume that there might be some small chips around the rim. The dish appear to be good condition except this and some kiln faults. Please study the photos for condition details. Diameter: 4-3/4".
A small famille verte dish from Chinese transitional period (early 17th century), it was probably made for the Japanese market. There is a "jade" character inside the double circles mark inside the foot rim. Condition: there are four tiny and shallow chips on the rim of the dish, and have been patched, please examine the photos for details. Good antique condition other than this. Diameter: 4-3/4".
A Chinese blue and white porcelain box decorated with flowers and insects. 18th Century. Very good condition - only a few tiny chips on the foot rim and normal wear on the body. Diameter: 4-1/4"; height: 2".
A beautiful famille rose dish decorated with flowers and Chinese characters. Jiaqing six characters mark and of the period (1796-1821). Condition: there is a 7/8" fade double hair line on the back (photo #4) and an approximate 2 inches edge touching(photo #5), no other flaw other than these. Diameter: 7-1/4"
A rare and beautiful tixi red lacquer stand from late Qing Dynasty to early Republic period. Condition: small chips and cracks, please see enlargements for details. 12-5/8"long X 8-3/8"wide X 2-5/8"high.
A Chinese abacus with Huanghuali wood frame and beads, the back board is of soft wood; the rods are of bamboo except two metal ones. Late Qing Dynasty. Condition: minor chips and cracks on wood and bamboo rods as shown on enlargements; nice patina. Size: 13-3/8"X6-3/4"X1-1/8".