Incised decoration, matt pale blue-greenish grey glaze over a porcelain body and base. Foot rim unglazed. Longquan ware, Zhejiang. Southern Song Dynasty thirteenth centry. Diameter : 16,4 H : 6,1 cm.
Condition : A very slight short hairline ( but still a nice bell like ring tone when tapped )
Very rare Ly-Tran dynasty ( 12th - 13th century ) bowl with transparent light green glaze and repeat combed design.
The far very best and most beautiful example of this kind seen so far.
Diameter : 16,6 cm. H : 7,8 cm.
Condition : 2 chips ( one of them very small ) and a short V shape hairline to the rim ( to be seen om the image )
Longquan ware, Zhejiang with a nice rare Guan like crackled glaze. Song to Yuan Dynasties, thirteenth to fourteenth centuries.
D : 5,5 cm. H : 4,3 cm.
Nearly the same shape and size like the piece listed before ( # 230 ) - would be a nice pair and a nice addition to any Longquan collection.
Condition : Perfect
Rare Yuan Dynasty 14th. century small Jar with a molded decoration. Translucent qingbai like glaze on a porcelain body.
It is rare to find a piece which still has its original Lid.
Diameter : 8,2 cm. H : 6 cm.
Condition : Two rim chips and a short very fine hairline, the Lid in perfect condition.
Ming Chenghua period ( 1465 - 1487 ) blue and white high fired Minyao ( peoplesware )porcelain bowl.
The model for the decoratin of this bowl were the decoration of one of the most prominent Imperial so called " Palace Bowls ". ( Please have a look at the last image )
Diameter : 12,2. H : 6,3 cm.
Condition : Perfect ( nice bell like ring tone when tapped )
It is rare to find a Qingbai glazed covered Box - because most covered Boxes are Dehua ware. Molded decoration with a Lotus flower in the center. Qingbai glaze on a porcelain body.
Yuan Dynasty 14th. century.
Diameter : 8,5 cm.
Condition : Perfect.
A very nice example of a splashed iron spot decorated Jarlet. Very fine Qingbai glaze over a porcelain body. Jingdezhen ware, Yuan Dynasty 14th. century.
H : 6 cm. Diameter : 6,8 cm.
Condition : One lug broken and nearly invisible re-glued. ( no lost ) further in a perect condition, perfect glaze, not the smallest chip or crack.
Southern Song period ( 1127 - 1279 ) Zhejiang province.
Extremaly rare small cup with a superb quality opaque glaze. The exposed clay to the base turned reddish during the fiering prozess.
Unfortunately the enclosed images are not able to show how amazing this piece is.
Diameter : 4,6 cm. H : 2,7 cm.
Condition : Amazing glaze, no chip but there is a unbelievable slight short hairline which is only to see with a 10 X lens.