The small Rhomboid Vase painted with landscape by famous artist Wang Ye Ting, at base there is a signature of "Ping Shan" which is a Hao (a name scholar give to themselves) . 10.5 cm high. Condition is very good.
A very interested porcelain ashtray decorated with beautiful landscapes on three sides, the paintings following the style of ink painting on paper. Signature of artist Song Liu and date of early winter of 1938. Size: 8.5x8.5x3.5cm. Condition is very good with one fill at base.
Both of them are well and thinly potted, it is hard to find a pair of bird feeders-one for water and one for bird's food. Accounting to the inscription, it was made in the year of Shengchun (1947). The hight of the taller one is 4 cm. Condition are excellent.
The finely potted vase with two elephant-shape ears depicts a landscape with an ink painting style. The inscription's date is 1945 (Republic year 34). 21 cm high. Condition is very good except a tiny and shallow chip at rim of the mouth.
The well potted brushwasher has incurving sides, delicately painted plums, orchid flowers on exterior, and lotus and gold fishes on inside base with famille rose. Date: Republic period (c.1911-1949). Size: 12 cm diameter. Condition is very good with minor enamel wear, but without any damage.
A superb and rare early 20th century Chinese porcelain vase, finely potted in Rhomboid form, the idea of this form may comes from the rectangular "cong", but more difficult to make this shape. Decorated at two sides with the patterns of scholars’ life in enamel, this enamel is different from normal famille rose but imitated the enamelled porcelains of the Imperial Ateliers; at another two sides with very interesting poems. Museum Quality!
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