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Rare Chinese Indian Market Spoon Dated 1804 Jiaqing

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1219039 (stock# 2636)

Rare Chinese Indian Market Spoon Dated 1804 Jiaqing
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80 - $140 

An interesting Chinese porcelain spoon heavily decorated in bright famille rose enamels, principally blue, green and puce inset with an Urdu inscription to the centre of the bowl indicating that it formed part of a service made for the Nawab Feizsalar and Begum Sahibe in 1814 or 1804. Shop mark to the underside of the bowl in underglaze blue. In very good condition, some minute rim frits, no cracks, chips or restoration. It measures 11.7cm in length.


Ko Imari Kinsai Pomegranate Ribbed Bowl c.1740

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1219038 (stock# 2635)

Ko Imari Kinsai Pomegranate Ribbed Bowl c.1740
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SOLD 

A ribbed form bowl decorated in Gold Imari style with an elaborate ground of auspicious kikko-mon containing karahana linked by karakusa with green enamel Peach leaves arranged in the form of a crosses. Inset within the ground are four Peach shaped reserves containing Suisen, Japanese Narcissus, and Botan, Peonies. The well of the bowl is decorated with a Pomegranate, zakuro, painted in underglaze blue and outlined in gilt. The exterior of the bowl decorated with Precious Objects, Tama, Jewels, ...click for details


Chinese Indian Market Nawab of Arcot Spoon Qianlong

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1219035 (stock# 2634)

Chinese Indian Market Nawab of Arcot Spoon Qianlong
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Reserved - 100 

A rare Chinese porcelain spoon made for the Indian Market and specifically Muhammed Ali Khan Wallajah (1717-1795), the Nawab of Arcot and the Carnatic. It is decorated in iron red and green enamels with gilding and has a moulded butterfly finial. The spoon measures 12.8cm in length and is in excellent condition and has an old collectors label attached to the underside of the bowl of the spoon.


Rare Ko Imari Scholars Censer c.1700

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1219030 (stock# 2633)

Rare Ko Imari Scholars Censer c.1700
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SOLD 

An unusual rectangular small Koro, Incense burner, decorated in under-glaze blue, iron red and gilding set upon four small feet. Each side of the censer is decorated with bands of diaper brocade inset with rectangular panels containing stylised arabesques set against an iron red ground. The square end panels suggesting a Taotie mask. The koro is of slab construction with applied moulded feet. It measures 8cm long and 6.7cm wide and stands 7.5cm high. It is in good condition with one minute flak ...click for details


Pair of Rare Ko Imari Namban Hollander Cups Edo c.1780

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1217215 (stock# 2632)

Pair of Rare Ko Imari Namban Hollander Cups Edo c.1780
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300 - $500 

A pair of cobalt blue glazed Sake cups with hexagonal notched rims. Each cup is decorated in gilt with a pair of Hollander figures preforming martial exercises with Halberds. The cups date to around 1780 and the Meiwa era. The cups measure 7.5cm or 3 inches in diameter, and stand 5cm or 2 inches high, and are in good condition with no cracks, chips or restoration, save for one minute rim frit to one of the cups. Shipping at Cost


Ko Kiyomizu Chrysanthemum Dish 18C Edo

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1800   item# 1217199 (stock# 2631)

Ko Kiyomizu Chrysanthemum Dish 18C Edo
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SOLD 

A fine kikugata mukuzuke moulded dish in the form of an asymmetric Chrysanthemum bloom with central motif of a single Chrysanthemum leaf richly enamelled in green and blue enamels with gilding. The rim decorated with a dark brown iron temmoku style glaze. The dish measures 18.5cm in length, 14cm wide and stands 4cm high. The dish is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or restoration. Shipping at Cost.


Kyo-yaki Shidarezakura Wine ewer Edo 19C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1900   item# 1217190 (stock# 2630)

Kyo-yaki Shidarezakura Wine ewer Edo 19C
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SOLD 

An elegant Kyo-yaki wine ewer of traditional form decorated in gilt outlined enamels with weeping cherry Shidarezakura and brocade bands to the cover and rim. The ewer measures approximately 5 inches or 13cm in height and is approximately 16cm in width from the tip of the spout to the furthest point of the handle. Dating late Edo circa 1850. The ewer is in overall good condition some minute frits to the spout. Shipping at Cost


Rare Japanese Imari Dragons and Hoo Birds Dish 18C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1217181 (stock# 2629)

Rare Japanese Imari Dragons and Hoo Birds Dish 18C
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150 - $260 

A good early 18th Century Japanese Ko Imari dish made for export to the Western market decorated with an eight pointed star constructed from two squares. Eight is an auspicious number in oriental iconography, associated with such groups of auspicious motifs as the Eight Precious Objects, the Eight Trigrams and the eight-fold path of Buddhism. The central octagonal reserve contains a Dragon and clouds, Unryu, with reserves to the rim Foo Dogs and Peonies, Shishi ni Botan, Hoo Birds and Paulownia ...click for details


Ko Imari San Shishi Tako Karakusa Dish c.1710-30 No 2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1215856 (stock# 2628)

Ko Imari San Shishi Tako Karakusa Dish c.1710-30 No 2
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£150 - $240 

A sometsuke o-zara decorated with an intricate Tako-karakusa, Octopus scroll, ground inset with three hexalobed shaped reserves each containing a Shishi, Buddhist lion, flanked by Peonies, botan ni shishi zu. The dish robustly modelled with an upturned slightly barbed rim, of lotus petal form. The reverse decorated with a continuous Karakusa arabesque incorporating various precious objects, takaramono, and the six character mark, kigyoku houtei no chin, a Chinese mark of commendation meaning a ...click for details


Ko Imari San Shishi Tako Karakusa Dish c.1710-30 No 1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1215853 (stock# 2627)

Ko Imari San Shishi Tako Karakusa Dish c.1710-30 No 1
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£150 - $240 

A sometsuke o-zara decorated with an elaborate Tako-karakusa, so called Octopus scroll, ground inset with three hexalobed shaped reserves each containing a Shishi, Buddhist lion, flanked by Peonies, botan ni shishi zu. The dish robustly modelled with an upturned slightly barbed rim, of lotus petal form. The reverse decorated with a continuous Karakusa arabesque incorporating various precious objects, and the six character mark, kigyoku houtei no chin, a Chinese mark of commendation meaning a p ...click for details

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