Antique Asian Works of Art from Ancient East
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre 1700 item #1273089 (stock #PTF142)
Ancient East
$2,450
DESCRIPTION: A beautifully mounted Chinese roof tile of a Ming warrior seated upon a horse. The bearded soldier, his right hand on his hip, sits erect upon his amber horse which stands on the curved tile base. This earthenware tile has been decorated in a sancai glaze of predominately green and amber colors. A beautifully carved custom rosewood base has been made for this large tile, the base itself probably being over 100 years old...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #1253316 (stock #PTA20)
Ancient East
$2,200
DESCRIPTION: During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, glazed sculptural tiles became a popular decorative devise used extensively in temples, altars, imperial palaces and gardens, and are considered one of the hallmarks of classical Chinese architecture. On temples and palaces, representations of mounted warriors and snarling dragons were meant to ward off evildoers of both the physical and spiritual kind...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1226908 (stock #PTA6)
Ancient East
$2,650
DESCRIPTION: A fine late Tang Dynasty (618 - 906 AD) camel, very sculptural in form, standing foursquare with head raised above a full arching neck and carrying a saddle with bags and bottles attached. Crafted from a dark, almost black clay, much of the original cold paint remains on the camel's brown body and light cream colored saddle bags. Authenticity is guaranteed; black display stand is included...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1211438 (stock #PTA44)
Ancient East
$1,795
DESCRIPTION: A fine Han Dynasty cocoon jar (206 BC-220 AD) distinguished by its cold-painted colors of red, white, pink and lavender on a dark clay body. The distinctively plump, ovoid form of this jar, imitating the shape of a silkworm cocoon, has a good covering of the original paint remaining on the body. Characteristic swirling cloud and scroll designs decorate the surface in a flourish. Attached to the body is a wheel-turned neck and foot...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #1189784 (stock #GD9)
Ancient East
$335
DESCRIPTION: A large Qing Dynasty pottery jar formed from red clay with a wide mouth and covered in a thick, crackled, dark teal-colored glaze. A brown glaze with black specs coats the interior. These utilitarian jars were originally used to hold oil or household goods, and now make colorful and attractive accent pieces. Minor chips to the mouth’s rim but otherwise excellent condition with cracks. DIMENSIONS: 7 ¾” high (19.5 cm) x 9” diameter (22.8 cm).
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre 1800 item #1141723 (stock #PTF148)
Ancient East
$1,150
DESCRIPTION: A fierce pair of Chinese pottery foo dogs with good age (early Qing, 18th C. or earlier) covered with a heavy green glaze and seated on pedestals. Each bares its teeth ferociously while holding a ball between their front paws as well as in their mouths. Their backs are finely ribbed, adding to their appeal. Very good condition. DIMENSIONS: Each approximately 9 ½” high (24 cm) x 5” wide (12.7 cm).
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1078393 (stock #PTA41)
Ancient East
$1,895
DESCRIPTION: A fine Han Dynasty Cocoon Jar (206 BC-220 AD) distinguished by its cold-painted colors of red, white and pink on a dark clay body. The distinctively plump, ovoid form of this jar, imitating the shape of a silkworm cocoon, has a good amount of the original paint remaining on the body. Characteristic swirling cloud and scroll designs decorate the surface in a flourish. Attached to the body is a wheel-turned neck and foot...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #1064479 (stock #GD36)
Ancient East
$325
DESCRIPTION: Long acknowledged as masters of porcelain, the Chinese also excelled at pottery making. Qing Dynasty domestic pottery used regional clays and showed distinctive regional styles. This utilitarian pottery, used for the storage of oil and other household goods, exhibited tremendous, quiet beauty. Crafted of red clay and originating from Jiangxi Provence, this handsome jar is an excellent example with its incised geometric decorations in two-toned brown and yellow ochre glazes...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre 1920 item #1038514 (stock #GD5)
Ancient East
$125
DESCRIPTION: A humble but attractive Chinese stoneware jar with wide body and outward turning rim, hand crafted with a pleasing celadon glaze over a raised border of circular designs. In original firing condition and dating from the early 20th C. DIMENSIONS: 7 ½” high (19 cm) x 8” diameter (20.3 cm).