A ladies Korean celadon oil bottle from the Koryo Dynasty. The bottle is made of stoneware and is decorated with white inlaid cranes under a thick celadon glaze. The bottle measures1 3/4" high x 3 1/4" in diameter and dates to the 12th Century. Condition: The condition is good for a burial piece. There is an old body crack that may have occurred before is was buried, or during excavation. Free shipping within the USA.
A Ching Dynasty wooden scholar's document box dating to the 18th Century or earlier. The wood's top and sides are huanghuali with a tieli wood bottom piece, and the metal is white brass. The box measures about 14 1/2" long x 5 1/2" high x 8 1/4" wide. Condition: The condition is good with some restoration and staining. There is a 1/4" strip of wood replaced at the bottom of one side, and the bottom wood panel has been glued in. The hardware appears to be original ...click for details
Chinese cloisonne eight sided large bowl with lotus scroll designs in various colors on a green background with gilded edge. The bowl measures about 4 1/4" high x 10" in diameter, weighs 2 3/4 pounds, and dates to the 19th Century. Condition: the condition is good with some maker caused pits and chips that have been filled in with green wax. See picture of the one foot area that has the most filler. This could also be an old repair to foot rim, but there is no damage or repair that ...click for details
A Pair of Chinese export porcelain famille rose cups showing a mandarin on one and a lady on the other. The man's cup measures about 2 1/2" in diameter and the ladies cup measures 2 1/4" in diameter, and the saucers measure about 4" and 3 3/4" in diameter. The cups with their matching saucers date to the 18th Century. Condition: The condition is excellent with only very small flaws. Free shipping within the USA.
A Chinese porcelain teapot made for overseas export during the 18th Century. The teapot has famille rose decoration showing figures next to a lake in a temple garden. The teapot also has a secondary white on white flower design (Bianco Sopia Bianco). The pot measure 6 3/4" long x 5 1/4" high x 4" in diameter and dates circa 1750. Condition: The condition is very good with some frits and a small chip on the spout. Free shipping within the USA,
A Chinese Peking glass bowl of amber color formed with a scalloped design. The bowl measures about 2 1/2" high x 7 1/4" in diameter, and dates to the turn of the Century.
Condition: The bowl is in perfect condition. Free shipping within the USA.
A Chinese export teapot with ball flower design done in tobacco leaf colors. The pot measures about 5 1/2" high x 7 1/2" wide x 4 1/2" in diameter and dates to the 18th Century. Condition: The condition is very good with frits on handle and on the edge of lid. Free shipping within the USA.
A Chinese export porcelain soup bowl with family crest of Fector Impaling Lane. Made for James Peter Fector and Frances Lane who were married in 1783. The bowl dates to the Qianlong Period Circa 1785. The bowl measures about 1 5/8" high x 8 1/2" in diameter. The Russian Tsar visited England and stayed at the Fector residence in Dover during the year 1814 and probable ate off of this dinning service (Howard page 663). Condition: The condition is very good with some wear to Coat of ...click for details
A Korean stoneware celadon bowl from the Koryo Dynasty with an even green color and molded pattern on the interior. The bowl measures about 2 3/4" high x 7" in diameter and dates to the late 12th, early 13th, Century. Condition: The condition is fair with a repair and a hair line crack down from the repair. Free shipping within the USA.
A Chinese porcelain plate with ribbed body and barbed edge. The dish has a peony and chrysanthemum design done in various shades of under glaze blue. The dish measures about 1" high x 9 1/4" in diameter, and dates to the Kang Hsi Dynasty. Condition: The condition is good with three well done gold repairs. Free shipping within the USA.