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
Excellently, very thinly potted and superbly decorated in underglaze Cobalt - blue with a scenery with geese and water plants. Underglaze Jiangxi Ciye Gongsi Mark to the base of the vase . "Jiangxi Ciye Gongsi" (Jiangxi Porcelain company)ngxi Porcelain company), the most important factory in Jingdezhen, was the largest porcelain factory in Jingdezhen during the first half of the 20th century and in general felt being the organization that replaced and absorbed much of the talent and re ...click for details
The cups very thinly potted, the rounded sides rising from a straight foot to an everted rim, finely decorated around the exterior with a profusion of multi-coloured 'flower-balls' arranged asymmetrically and scattered throughout, freely floating, all carefully enamelled in soft pastels against a white ground, the base inscribed in underglaze blue with a Qianlong ( 1736 - 1795 ) six-character seal mark and of the period. Diameter : 6,4 cm. H : 3,8 cm.
Condition : One of the cups in per ...click for details
A pair of extremely rare stoneware jarlets. The glaze with a dark olive - brown color with splashes of milky, pale blue tone. Tang Dynasty ( 618 - 907 ).
Probably Dundian kiln, Lushan country ( Lushan ware ). Diameter : 4,7 cm. H : 4 cm.
Condition : One jarlet in perfect condition, the other jarlet chipped to the unglazed base ( which is to see on the last enlargement )
Provenance : Excavated in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Extremely rare, during the past 20 years I never have seen a jarlet of this t ...click for details
A Ge - glazed porcelain jar with cover. Excellently potted with a nice Ge - type cracled glaze. The unglazed base covered with a dark slip. Yongzheng Period, eighteenth century. H : 15,7 cm. ( Without cover : 13,6 cm. Diameter : 12,8 cm. Condition : Perfect. Provenance : Old German collection.
Excellently potted and superbly enamelled with an extremely nice landscape scenery.
Famille rose ( fencai ). Iron red Qianlong Mark, but Republican period.
A most beautiful example of an Qianjiang water pot. Diameter : 10,5 cm. H : 7,4 cm. Condition : Perfect.
An excellently potted, most beautiful Porcelain vase, covered with a very nice crackled " golden " glaze. The unglazed parts of the vase covered with a brown slip. Yongzheng Period 1723 - 1735. H : 23,2 cm. Diameter : 15,2 cm.
Condition : Perfect.
Provenance : Old German collection.
A large Ming Dynasty dish, decorated in underglaze Cobalt blue with floral scrolls and a Chrysanthemum to the center. Pieces of this kind were found at the LENA SHOAL JUNK. Such pieces are also to find in the Topkapi Museum and in some other excellent collections. Ming Dynasty,Hongzhi period 1488 - 1505. Diameter : 25,8 cm. Condition : One old short hairline to the rim ( which is to see on the last image ). Further in Perfect condition.
A large Ming Dynasty dish decorated in underglaze Cobalt blue with floral scrolls and a Buddhistic Lion to the center. Pieces of this kind were found at the LENA SHOAL JUNK. Such pieces are also to find in the Topkapi Museum and in some other excellent collections. Ming Dynasty,Hongzhi period 1488 - 1505. Diameter : 24,8 cm. Condition : Nice glaze, no chip, one old, very fine hairline to the rim ( which is to see on the last enlargement )
A well potted jar, very thinly potted ( which is typical for Ding ware ). Very hard creamy white stoneware body, covered with a thin creamy - transparent glaze. Song Dynasty, Ding ware ( Dingyao ). H : with lid : 9,8 cm ( without lid : 9,2 cm.)