Very nice, well balanced shape. Porcelanous stoneware with a nice Celadon glaze.
Five Dynasties, Yue ware, Yue Yao.
Diameter : 14,9 cm.
Condition : Perfect. Nice glaze and a very nice, high "ping" tone when tapped.
A rare, small and lovely, Qingbai glazed covered porcelain box in the shape of a Chrysanthemum.
Southern Song Dynasty ( 1127 - 1279 ).
Diameter: 5,6 cm.
Condition : Perfect ( the glaze of this excavated piece slightly degraded due to aggressive soil )
Never seen a better piece of this kind. Late Tang period Xicun ribbed neck bottle. Chaozhou kilns. Excellently potted porcellanous body, covered with a grayish yellowish, nerly tansparent Celadon glaze. The body with an incised decoration, the mouthrim decorated with 3 iron brown spots / splashes.
H : 5,4 cm. Diameter : 5 cm.
Condition : Absolutely excellent with a very nice glaze.
A large and impressive Qingbai glazed "Crysanthemum" box and cover. Northern Song Dynasty.
Diameter : 11,8 cm. H : 8 cm.
Condition : The lower part of the box in perfect condition. The cover with an old, very professionally done restauration which is invisible to the naked eye ( even this cover still with a nice "ping" tone when tapped ).
A definitely extremely rare Yuan Dynasty ( 1279 - 1368 ) covered porcelain box with underglaze Cobalt blue floral decoration. The cover decorated with a human figure sitting in a landscape on a rock.
Diameter : 5,5 cm.
Condition : One small filled chip to the cover ( which is to see on the last enlargement ) further in perfect condition, no re-paint.
A very nice, larger Longquan ware " Golden Celadon " jar. Very nice moulded floral decoration, covered with an excellent Celadon glaze. Yuan Dynasty ( 1279 - 1368 ). Longquan ware, Zhejiang.
Diameter : 8,4 cm. H : 7,4 cm.
Condition : Perfect.
A nice celadon dish with everted lip rim, decorated with two moulded applique´ fish and carved petals on the exterior. Nice bluish green Guan type crackled Celadon glaze over a porcelain body. The two fishes left unglazed ( biscuit ). ( Collectors which are familiar with Longquan twin fish dishes do know how extremely rare is a dish like this, on that the twin fish motif was left unglazed so that the biscuit can be seen as a decorative element ) Southern Song to Yuan Dynasties thirteenth to four ...click for details