It was made from finest clay and formed to this unique shape. the surface moulded (or carved) to resemble lacquer, covered with iron-red glaze. Each sides of vase decorated with flowers and insects in enamel and inscriptions of poetries. Qianlong period. 12 cm high. Condition is good with minor wear.
The octagonal box was well molded to resemble lacquered basketry, on the sides of the box representing finely woven panels, on the top of lid moulded with a crane flying among cloud which is a typical theme of Taoism. Southern Song Dynasty. 12 cm wide, 7cm high. This piece was likely recovered from an underwater shipwreck site in the southern Philippines and has contributed to the glaze texture and preservation. Good condition.
Well potted Hexagonal vase with pair of Kui-dragon shaped haddles, covered with nice green crackle glaze. Kangxi period. Rare and nice. 20 cm (8 inch) high. Condition is good with tiny nick under the lip, there are three old gold repairs to the tips of the handles and on the foot which echo the old era and its genuineness.
A beautiful Yaozhou bowl with Olive green glaze, decorated with chrysanthemum flowers at interior. Date: North Song Dynasty. 17.5 cm (7 inch) diameter, 8.4 (3 1/3 inch) high. Condition: only has one tiny chip at mouth-rim (see last picture), otherwise, excellent.
The monochrome vase coved with mirror-black glaze, the mouth of the long neck is encircled with moulded lotus petals, this particular design of neck and mouth is very similar with two vases which are Yangzheng period and marked. There is blue and white mark of "Ju Shun Mei Yu Tang zhi" at base. Date: Kangxi or Yongzheng period (C.1700-1735). 18.4cm high. Condition: very good without any damage and repair. See "Qing Porcelain: Famille Verte, FAmille Rose" by Michel Beurdele ...click for details
This is nice example of celadon glaze of Jingdezhen ware. The vase has unique shape carved with bamboo, bird and flowers. Date: late of Ming Dynasty. 28cm (11 inch) high. Condition is good with a manufactory fault at the base.
The plate decorated in rich and thick famille rose with birds and peony, Rim in brown glaze. DATE: Yongzheng /Early Qianlong period (1720-1740). SIZE: 21.5 cm (8 1/2 inch) in diameter. CONDITION: Very good, no damages or restorations.
The plate decorated with cockerel and peonies which means “May You Have Official Rank and Honor” in rich and thick famille rose, Rim in brown glaze. DATE: Yongzheng /Early Qianlong period (1720-1740). SIZE: 21.2 cm (8 3/5 inch) in diameter. CONDITION: Very good, only minor wear, no damages or restorations.
Well potted double-gourd shaped vase with two small lugs, this shape is very rare among early pieces. It covered with nice celadon glaze. Yue or Longquan Kiln ware. Song Dynasty. High: 17.6 cm (7 inch). There is one manufactory fault at one of lugs, and there are two small chips at mount rim (please check the pictures).