Early Ming dynasty blue and white bowl. Within the Ming dynasty this bowl can be dated to the Chenghua period ( 1465 - 87 ). D : 6 inc.
Very nice condition, there is only a nearly not viseable very short hairline, which can be seen at one of the enlargements.
Song Dynastie ( 12th - 13th century ) stoneware Temmoku with a nice hares fur glaze !
Bowls like this were produced at the Jian kilns in Fujian province and at kilns in Henan province.
Very nice condition .
Diameter : 12 cm. H : 6,7 cm.
This important 11th century Indonesian bronze ladle for holy water was excavated in central Sulawesi.
The handle with an excellent dragon design which is clearly inspired by the Chinese Tang Dynasty.
A top piece for any Indonesian bronze collection. L : 21,5 cm.
A extremely rare and nice Chenghua marked underglaze blue and red bowl of the highest quality. Ming Wanli period ( 1573 - 1619 )
Wonderful fragile potted porcelain body, very good glaze.
No crack and no chip , very minute fritting to the rim. D : 9,2 cm.
A highlight for any Ming collection .
Very rare early Ming Dynasty Hongzhi period ( 1488 - 1505 ) blue and white bowl with Tibetian Sanskrit inscriptions.
There are also bowls of this type from the Ming Wanli period, but for Wanli the glaze of this rare bowl is too white, and so this bowl definately is from the Hongzhi or Chenghua period.
Perfect condition . D : 13,4 cm.
A " must " for any Kollector of Ming Blue and white minyao.