V-shaped tea bowl has thin, straight walls, the interior painted in overglaze buff with flying phoenix and blossoming plum branch against black-brown ground. The exterior decorated with tortoiseshell glaze. Very good condition. 14.5 diameter, 5 cm high.
The scholar object has unique shape with Bi shaped food, covered overall with copper red glaze and then applied blue-green pigment to the glaze (under glaze or between the glazes are not clear). Kangxi period. 12.5 high. Condition is very good except a few chips at foot caused during manufactory.
The large dish is heavily potted, the interior and exterior well carved with stylized Chinese ancient coins pattern. Overall covered with nice green glaze, except for a unglazed ring on the base. Ming Dynasty. Museum quality and excellent condition. 34cm diameter.
The Yuhuchun type of vase was beautifully painted in underglaze black-brown color with vivid fishes swimming among seaweed, costed with creamy glaze. Condition is very good with no any damage. Hard to find. 11.5 inch (29 cm) high.
Made of Yixing clay, exterior painted in blue enamel with characters, San Gao Shui Chang, “Last forever as the mountains and rivers”, on white enameled panel, reserved against a ground of lotus scrolls and Buddhist Emblems in light and dark blue, the interior covered by white enamel and decorated with a band of blue Ruyi at rim. Chun Ying Tang is hall name of Qian Li Bao who was Assistant Minister of Military during Qianlong reign, his poems were collected in Chun Yin Tang shi Cun Gao。D ...click for details
A matched pair of beaker form garniture vase (Gu type of Vase for Chinese tradition), decorated in famille rose. 19 cm high. Condition: one has a small chip at mouth rim, another one has two small chips at mouth rim, all chips were repaired and hard to see.
A nice hat stand vase decorated with a Lady standing by the window in Qian Jiang CAi, a special type of famille Rose. Signature was singed by artist Jiang Qi Chang and dated to the Year of Yi Mao (1879). 28.5 cm High. Condition: some wear and one hairline caused by manufactory.
The deep plate richly decorated in Famille Rose and gild, the main motif most likely is the scene of “Gui Fei Zui Jiu” -The drunken high-rank concubine of emperor Tang Xuan zong. Date: Qianlong period or middle of 18th C. 23.3cm (9 ¼ inch) in diameter. Condition is very good with minor wear, no damages. Same plate can be found from the book CHINESE CERAMICS: A NEW COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY, FROM THE ASIAN ART MUSEMUS OF SAN FRANCISCO.