A small Chinese porcelain vase delicately painted in fencai / famille rose enamels with a scene depicting two ladies on a river bank washing silk. The base carries an iron red four character Qianlong (1736 - 1795) reign mark but this vase was made later, in the early 20th Century, during the Republic period.
Condition: excellent - no damages and no restoration.
12.5cm (5 inches) high.
A very rare, finely decorated, lobed vase in the shape of a draw string purse, delicately painted with Fencai enamels in imitation of Beijing enamel on copper.
The base carries the seal mark of the Qianlong emperor (1736 - 1795) but this item was made later, and enamelled in Guandong province, in the 1930s during the Republic period. For 59 additional pictures please view #0927 in our Liverpool shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk .
Condition - excellent - no damages no enamel losses and no restoration.
11 inches ( 28cm) high.
精美的乾隆款粉彩如意结瓶 民国 **售价待询**
A rare "famille rose" dragon and phoenix decorated bowl with an inscription dedicating it as a 60th birthday gift from Ma Tao Yu to Xiong Gong - otherwise known as Chen Zhao Ying (1888-1977), who was a senior military leader of the Guo Min-dang (Kuomintang) between the years 1911 to 1932 and who was very close to Sun Zhong-shan and Jiǎng Jièshí (Chiang Kai-shek). From 1944 to 1948, Chen Zhao Ying was the chief of the Jiangxi Province Guo Min-dang Party committee and the minister of Audit for Anhui and Jiangxi Provinces. The bowl, dedicated as an advance birthday gift, is dated Autumn, 1946.
Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration.
12.4cm (4.8 inches) diameter.
1946年 民国 龙凤团纹祝寿碗
注：陈 肇英(1888—1977)，字雄夫，浙江浦江古塘村人。浙江省浦江县中山中学创办人。 辛亥革命时，参加浙联军光复南京战役。1916年，发动浙江独立，反对袁世凯和浙江都督朱瑞，并赴上海见孙中山。1918年，通电拥护西南护法政府，任援 闽浙军第一师中将师长兼前敌总指挥。次年，与蒋介石结为把兄弟。1922年，任以孙中山为非常大总统的护法政府参谋。1926年1月，被选为中国国民党第 二届中央执行委员会候补委员。蒋介石四一二反革命政变后，递补为国民党中央执行委员，连任至第六届。1928年起，任国民政府立法院立法委员，后兼立法院 军事委员会委员长。1934—1942年间，任闽浙监察使。1935年起，兼任中国国民党福建省党部主任委员。1944年，改任中国国民党江西省党部主任 委员、皖赣监察使。1948年任监察院监察委员。1949年6月去台湾，曾兼任中国国民党中央纪律委员会委员、中央评议委员等。著有《八十自述》。
An extremely finely and delicately painted eggshell porcelain bowl by Wang Yijun. The poem on the reverse side reads "Wen ji qi wu xiang feng nian, fu gui rong hua ren ping an. Wang Yijun zuo" which can translate as "Practice the sword while hearing roosters (meaning work hard) and enjoy the affluence of the year; wish people wealth, prosperity and safety. Made by Wang Yijun"The seal mark to the base reads "Jingdezhen Zuo" - Made in Jingdezhen. Wang Yijun (1904 - 1989)was born in Anhui, China. A student of Wu Ai in his early years, he specialised in “flowers and birds” painting. He adapted Lang Shining’s style, with a touch of traditional famille rose technique. His works are usually delicate and vivid, with the elegance of the court school. In 1959 Wang Yijun was conferred the title “Ceramic Artist” by the Jingdezhen Munipal Government. In 2011, the late artist was given the Official award of “China’s Master of Ceramic Art”. For many additional pictures please view #0825 in our Liverpool shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk.Condition - excellent -no damages or repaairs and with fitted box. 20.8cm (8.2in) diameter.
A "mirror" pair of European subject vases hand painted with 'Famille Rose' enamels in 18th century style. The bases are painted with the overglaze blue enamel four character reign mark of the Yongzheng emperor (1723-1735) but these vases were made later, in the 20th Century, during the Republic period (1911-1949).
Condition: excellent - no damages and no restoration.
20cm (8 inches) high.
An "ogee" shaped porcelain bowl decorated with polychrome 'famille rose' enamels depicting two pheasants amongst flowering peony and pomegranate branches and below a band of alternating lotus flowers and the eight Buddhist emblems, the Bajixiang. The seal mark to the base reads "Zhong Hua Min Guo" (Republic of China), dating it to the period 1911-1949.
Condition: there are rim frits / chips and there is a light 1cm hairline to the rim ; no further damages and no restoration.
14cm (5.5inches) diameter; 5.9cm (2.3inches) high. For additional enlargements please view item #03268 on our Liverpool Shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk
A large underglaze blue decorated vase, very finely painted in 18th Century style with bands of plantain leaves, key fret and ruyi above the Bajixiang (eight Buddhist emblems) amongst cloud scrolls. On the base is the six character seal mark of the Qianlong emperor (1736-1795) but this item was made later, in the 20th Century, probably during the Republic period (1911-1949). Condition - a section of the body has been broken and was professionally repaired about 30 years ago (please view enlargements 7 and 8) and there are two drill holes to the base where we have had the vase tested. 38cm (15inches) high. For additional pictures (including a photo of the thermoluminescence analysis report)please view #0166 on our recently constructed shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk.
A porcelain vase hand painted in traditional Chinese style with a continuous mountain and river landscape and accompanying poem. This item was probably made, circa 1950-1975, during the third quarter of the 20th Century.
Condition: the base has been drilled for a lamp conversion; no further damages and no restoration.
33cm (13inches) high
A large bottle vase painted in Qianjiang style with eight fishes swimming amongst aquatic plants. On one side is a poem which reads "A fisherman I am not, using brush as fishing rod. Casually sketch a few fishes, then look into the painting on the pot. Winter of Ji Si year (1929). Tie Jian Zi Deng Bishan painted at Zhu Shan Mountain." On the base is the seal mark "Bishan". Deng Bishan was one of a very famous group of artists known as The Eight Friends. We believe that this item was made during the Republic period but we do not think it was painted by the hand of Deng Bishan . Condition - very good - there is an old hairline just above the base (please view enlargement 8); no further damages and no restoration. 40cm high.
A bowl, made in imitation of late Qing Imperial style, with two roundels - one depicting a five clawed Dragon and the other a Phoenix - both separated by two iron red bats and above stylized breaking waves. The base carries what is probably the factory mark which, in Pinyin, reads "Jiu Jiang Hui Kang Chu Pin". This item was made in China in the 1940s during the late Republic period. For a dated bowl, with similar decoration, please view item # 1149532 (stock # 789) in our catalogue. Condition - very good - no damages and no restoration. 12cm (4.5ins) diameter.
民国晚期 粉彩龙凤纹碗 约1946年
A thickly potted heavy dish profusely decorated in early 19th Century style with Famille Rose enamels. This item was made in China in the early 20th Century , possibly for the Malaysian market, during the Republic period (1912-1949). Condition - very good - there is wear to the gilding but no chips, cracks or restoration. 28.8cm (11.4inches) diameter; weight 1.2kg (2lbs11oz).
A very finely painted fencai/famille rose enamelled teapot.The poem on the reverse side reads - "fang sheng chi jia; xiang qin xiu pi" which can be translated - "Fragrance (of tea)formed between teeth and cheeks; the scent (of the tea) deeply affects heart and spleen (refreshes one deeply)". It is signed "nie xing she zou" - "made by Nie Xing Sheng" (b.1909; d.1981) - active 1916-1981. The base mark reads Jiang Xi Mei Shu Ci Chang - "Jiangxi Art Porcelain Factory". This item was made during the Republic Period (1912-1949), probably circa 1945. Condition - excellent - no wear, damage or restoration. 15cm (6 inches) long; 8.5cm (3.3 inches) high.
民国 精美的粉彩诗画茶壶 聂杏生作
A Chinese porcelain censer with cover brightly painted in late 18th Century Qianlong/Jiaqing style. The base carries the four character iron red reign mark of the Qianlong emperor (1736-1795) but this item was made later during either the 19th or 20th Century. Condition - very good - there are two minor breaks to the ribbon surrounding the "lion" on the cover (please see enlargement 4) - no further damages and no restoration.
19/20世纪 18世纪晚期风格粉彩香炉 乾隆款
A very finely painted porcelain plaque - "Wu Song Da Hu" painted in the style of Liu Ji You - illustrating one of the stories from "The Water Margin" depicting the famous scene where the folk hero Wu Song kills the tiger which has been terrorizing the local population. The painting carries a cyclical dating for Spring 1979. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 37cm (14.5inches) x 24.5cm(9.7inches) including wood frame.
A meiping shaped vase, well painted in under glaze blue and red. The base carries the six character mark of the Guangxu emperor (1875 - 1908)and was possibly made during his reign. Condition - very good - no damages and no restoration. 17.5 cm (6.9 inches) high.
A large Chinese "Peach" bowl vibrantly decorated with "famille rose" enamels in 18th Century Imperial style. On the base is the mark 'Qianlong yu zhi'('Made by Imperial order of Qianlong') written in blue enamel enclosed by a double square. However this item was made later - probably during the 1920s or 1930s in the Republic period. Provenance - from the collection of the late Reverend Victor Farmer. Condition - there are three cracks (one with a re-glued chip) running from the rim. 27cm (10.75 inches) diameter; 13.4cm (5.25 inches)high
大款粉彩过枝寿桃纹碗，具18世纪皇室瓷品风范。碗底有蓝釉“乾隆御制”款，但此碗应为后期所出-估为民国20年代至30年代间。出处-此品曾是Victor Farmer 牧师的收藏。
A small delicately enamelled bottle vase painted in 18th Century Qianlong style. The base carries the four character mark of the Qianlong emperor (1736 - 1795) but this item was probably made during the 1930s in the Republic period. Condition - there is an old glued repair to the neck. 10cm (3.9 inches) high
A porcelain Guanyin seated on a lotus flower over breaking waves. Purchased in 1948 by the previous owner, this item was probably made in the 1920s or 1930's during the Republic period. Condition - very good - there is considerable wear to the gilding but absolutely no damages and no restoration. 12.75 inches (30cm) high.