The molded body in a hookah form is hand decorated in stylized carnations and geometric bands in cobalt blue and greens on a white ground. The top is surmounted by a domed shaped lid; however it may be used as a vase without the lid and still proportionately pleasing. The verso is unmarked and we are unsure of its age.
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A Han Dynasty Style Green Glazed Ding Food Storage Pot
The globular form is flanked by pronounced applied handles and raised on a tripod base of elephant heads and trunks. The lid completes the form and is surmounted by a trio of hens and centered by a ring handle.
A Yixing Teapot with raised Archaic Style Calligraphy, Chinese Early 20th Century
The flared square form in reddish clay is decorated on one side with raised characters and the body is flanked with an applied handle and spout with a shapely but square form. The verso is marked with an impressed stamp.
A Set of Three Nesting Jars, Polychrome Glaze, Japanese, 20th Century
The three tapering cylindrical jars of graduating sizes have a flat lid glazed in the same shades of mustard yellow, sky blue and shades of green. The molded jars have a ribbed surface in the middle and at the base. The pieces are unmarked and are probably Japanese circa 1950.
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The flared top sits above a bulbous with applied C shaped straps. The body is raised on a pronounced inverted trumpet base and decorated in blue with highlights of white bordering metallic lettering.
Comprising five round bowls with corresponding lids. Each piece is decorated in blue, iron red, and gold with alternating reserves. The verso of each lid is marked with an iron red square with a symbol of an A and inverted E. The verso of each bowl is marked with a blue square mark.
A vessel with cobalt blue body, applied strap handles and round medallions is hand blown. The medallions have a design in relief that is not identifiable due to wear. The interior and parts of the exterior have mineral deposits. This vessel possible is of the period