A large, very decorative blue and white Imari vase from the 19th. century with a underglaze blue mark to the base.
H. : 78
Condition : No damage . There is a fiering crack from the time when this vase was produced ( which can be seen on the last enlargement ) so that it is legitim to say that this piece is in itīs perfect original condition.
One of the very best - mabe even the best Ming Minyao blue and white large dish seen whereever so far.
If anyone knows a better example, please show me.
Middle Ming Dynasty The superb execution of the Kilin motiv together with the extremely, strong most amazing Cobalt blue points to the Xuande period ( 1426 - 1435 )
Well potted, very white clay and glaze, and a with the best kind of Cobalt blue superb executed decoration.
A piece of superlatives !
D : 31,5 cm.
Condition : A short very fin ...click for details
Ming Chenghua Period ( 1465 - 1487 )
This piece belongs to the very best kind of a Ming Chenghua Minyao ( peoplesware ) bowl.
Very well potted, the excellent painted decoration done with the for good Chengua pieces typical " watery blue ".
Diameter : 13,2 cm. H : 6,1 cm.
Condition : Please have a look at the last 2 enlargements.
There were many hundreds of smaller Tang Dynasty Changsha bowls on the Belitung wreck, but just very very few larger pieces of the same kind.
This is one of these extremely rare larger pieces.
By its extraordinary large size despite its glaze degradations this piece appears extremely decorative.
A " must " for any Belitung - collection.
Diameter : 20,9 cm. H : 8 cm.
Condition : Except that glaze degradations this piece is in a perfect condition.
A great opportunity for the owner of a large Song Dynasty Longquan ware Jar.
Nearly all excavated Jars had lost its Lid.
Presupposed that the size fits this Lid could make your Jar again to a complete piece.
The Diameter of the lid is 16,6 cm. and the size of this Lid would fit for a Jar with a mouth rim diameter between 14,4 and 16,4 cm.
Condition : Very nice Celadon glaze. The body nearly perfect with not the smallest crack. If you look very very close you might see one single very minute ...click for details
A very rare early Ming Period white glazed porcelain dish with a molded decoration.
This Dish is so rare because it is most likely no Dehua ware, but Jingdezhen ware.
Although in a lesser quality this rare dish shows similarities to our superb molded early Ming dish with enamel decoration ( item 811466 )
Diameter : 11,4 cm.
Condition : Perfect glaze, no crack, the body a bit warped and there is a minute chip ( better said, this single chip is a slight fritting )