17th Century Chinese Provincial Pottery ‘Panel’ Bowl c1650.
This attractive bowl has seven panels, decorated with stylised fruiting vines. The inner rim has a
border literally of upright dashes within a double line border. Inside are stylised Lotus flowers within
a thick border. The foot has attached sandy grit which occurred after glazing.
As with all Chinese pieces of this period the glaze is crazed but generally in good condition.
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'Boy on a Promontary' pattern saucer dish. This lovely blue and white piece depicts a boy seated on a rocky ledge at the edge of a lake, in the distance is an island with trees and masts of boats. The border is of blue flowers, the underglaze of the dish is cafe au lait (Batavian) glaze.. It comes complete with the Sotheby's auction sticker.
This is one of our more deatailed of the ca mau boy on a promontory saucer dishes. Size. 11cm in diameter. 20 The condition and glaze is ...click for details
"Rocks on a terrace" Tea Bowl & saucer dish With peony and chrysanthemum plates flowering on a fence on a fenced terrace, there is also insects in flight.
Both come with the Sotheby's auction sticker.
Ca Mau Cargo Shipwreck Story c1725
The wreck was discovered by fisherman working off the Ca Mau peninsular when their nets snagged on it. When they realised the porcelain was saleable they began dredging up as much as possible. Once the Vietnamese Ministry of Culture and In ...click for details
Symbols pattern saucer dish" This lovely saucer depicts a star shaped medallion with a cicket perched on a flowering peony. There is a broad border depicting of scale-pattern, swastika, parasol and flower panels.
Size 21.5 cm in diameter
The saucer dish is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. It comes with the Sotheby's auction sticker.
The wreck was discovered by fisherman working off the Ca Mau peninsular when their nets snagged on it. When they realised the porce ...click for details
This very pretty saucer dish is entirely moulded in shallow relief with a
flowerhead formed of spiraling rows of overlaying petals below a border
of embelled flowers.
These large saucer dishes are very rare, there were only two hundred
and seventy two in The Nanking Cargo of which some were broken. This
one has a small professional repair which is hardly noticable.
The saucer dish is of museum quality.
A lovely rarity from this famous cargo, complete with it's original
Christie ...click for details
Blue and White circular bowl with a slightly flared side. It is painted
with a continuous scene of flowering peony and bamboo, beside rockwork.
The base with a two character mark within a double ring.
Size: 13cm in diamter.
The Tek Sing Shipwreck Cargo Story c1822
The Tek Sing (True Star) a large ocean going Junk, 60 meters in length, set sail from Amoy harbour in China, bound for
Batavia (now Jakarta) on the island of Java.
On board were merchants, crew and 1600 passengers, bring ...click for details
Hoi An Hoard 15th century Ming Dynasty 'Spirals' Provincial Bowl c1480.
This lovely medieval bowl is crudely potted and freely painted with spirals
of varying sizes 'utterly charming'. In very good condition considering its age.
14.5cm in diameter.
The saucer dish depicting a scholar on horseback searching for
plum blossom, an attendant walking behind with a plum branch
in his arms.
Size: 11.5 cm in diameter
It comes with the Sotheby's auction sticker.
Ca Mau Cargo c1725 The wreck was discovered by fisherman working off the Ca Mau peninsular when their nets snagged on it. When they realised the porcelain was saleable they began dredging up as much as possible. Once the Vietnamese Ministry of Culture and Information realised ...click for details
Vung Tau Cargo Large Size ‘Octangonal’ Tea Bowl and Saucer Dish c1750
This lovely Large Sized Octagonal tea bowl and saucer has Eight panels, intricately decorated with peonies and foliage. The colour is a deep Blue compared to the smaller sized Octagonal tea bowl and saucer dish which is in fact lighter.
Vung Tau Cargo Shipwreck Cargo Story c1750
The Vung Tau was discovered in 1989 by a Vietnamese fisherman trawling the sea-bed for shellfish. He was a few miles away from Con Dao Isla ...click for details