Norhern Song ( 960 - 1127 ) Yaozhou ware with an well potted body and a unusually rich and qualityful molded decoration.
The kind of the design is well-known among Yaozhou-connoisseurs, but this design is implemented still more highly detailed than normally and it shows additionally an chinese calligraphic character which is to translate with " high " ( perhaps also in reflect from for a " long time " )
Diameter : 14 cm. H : 5 cm.
Condition : Absolutely perfect.
A really extremely nice and decorative white glazed Jar.
Well potted porcelain body with a very delicate molded decoration and four lugs, covered with a very nice clean-white glaze.
H : 9,9 cm. Diameter : 9,8 cm.
Condition : There is a filled hole in the bottom, further this piece is in a really excellent condition - not the smallest crack or chip, even all four lugs are in perect condition, which is rare to find.
Ming Dynasty Chenghua period ( 1465 - 1487 ) Minyao ( peoplesware ) blue and white cup with a rare calligraphic design. Jingdezhen ware.
Diameter : 6,3 cm. H : 4 cm.
Condition : very slight rim fritting and chip to the base of the piece, no crack.
A nice celadon dish with everted lip rim, decorated with two moulded applique´ fish and carved petals on the exterior.
Nice Celadon glaze over a porcelain body. Southern Song to Yuan Dynasties thirteenth to fourteenth centuries . Longquan ware, Zhejiang.
Diameter : 14,1 cm.
Condiion : Perfect
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 : 15,4
Condition : Perfect ( nice bell like ring tone when tapped )
Five Dynasties (907 - 960 AD ) Zhejiang ( Yue - ware ).
The interesting shape of this pot was the early model for the very expensive Qing Kangxi period porcelain Water-pots.
H : 6,8 cm. Diameter : 9,8 cm.
Condition : Perfect
Northern Song ( 11th - 12th century )
The lustrous and glossy black glaze on the fine white body of this extremely rare piece are characteristic of the finest " Ding " vessels developed in the Dingzhou kilns at Quyang, Ding county, Hebei province in the Northern Song period.
H : 4,2 cm.
Condition : When examined with a 10X lense there is to see a very fine hairline to the body which is nearly invisible with the free eye, further in a perfect condiion.