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Tang Dynasty - Sancai Glazed Water Dropper

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Stoneware: Pre AD 1000   item# 638108 (stock# T070323008)

Tang Dynasty - Sancai Glazed Water Dropper
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US$450 

This is a small Tang dynasty (618-906 A.D) sancai water dropper in the shape of a mystical animal, possibly a foo lion, in a curling up sleeping position. The water hole is created on the back of the animal.

There is no repair or restoration. Minor abrasion, pin hole, bubble burst and degradation. ...click for details



Yuan Dynasty - Rare Copper Red Glazed Square Jarlet

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1492   item# 633792 (stock# Y070310009)

Yuan Dynasty - Rare Copper Red Glazed Square Jarlet
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US$1800 

This is a small and square jarlet from the Yuan dynasty (1277-1367). It stands on a flat base and rise straight up to a flat shoulder and then towards a small vertical square mouth rim. There are two small lugs on the opposite side of the shoulder. On all four side of the jarlet, there is a drawing of a single chrysanthemum flower in copper red colour. Most of the jarlets found are painted in cobalt blue and it is pretty rare to find them in copper red. The origin of this piece is from South-Ea ...click for details


Sui -Tang Dynasty: Copper Green Glazed Tomb Guardian

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Stoneware: Pre AD 1000   item# 633082 (stock# ST7203081001)

Sui -Tang Dynasty: Copper Green Glazed Tomb Guardian
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US$1750 

This is a nice pair of tomb guardian, one piece in the form of a warrior and the other a mythical beast. The pair of tomb guardian is made of white earthen ware with copper green glaze. The green glazed is also nearer to the celadon glazed type. The clay, glaze and style suggest that the pair of tomb guardian suggest that this pair of tomb guardian straddles between the late Sui dynasty to the early Tang dynasty or about 7 century. ...click for details


Liao Dynasty - Amber Glazed Moulded Pouch Ewer

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Stoneware: Pre 1492   item# 628649 (stock# L070123104)

Liao Dynasty - Amber Glazed Moulded Pouch Ewer
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This is a museum quality and large amber glazed pouch ewer from the Liao Dynasty (907-1125). Tall and handsome, it stands on a flat splay foot rising upwards to a bulging side body with a long vertical spout with foliated mouth rim and a rounded handle instead of the pinch handle. The whole pouch ewer is coated with dark amber glaze on a white colour slip stopping short of the splay foot rim showing the red colour stoneware. The stoneware pouch ewer simulates a leather form of the pouch. ...click for details


Qing Dynasty - Peach Bloom Glazed Beehive Waterpot

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1910   item# 602020 (stock# Q061210052)

Qing Dynasty - Peach Bloom Glazed Beehive Waterpot
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US$490 

This is a Qing dynasty porcelain bee hive shaped water pot. It is sometimes referred to taibo zun or qizhao (chicken coop) in Chinese. The only difference for this piece is that this bee hive water pot does not have a neck with a small mouth. The domed shaped body has a countersunk base which is unglazed exposing the fine white colour porcelain. The pokka dot glazing makes the water pot glazing quite unusual and possibly a scarce item. ...click for details


Qing Dynasty - Fifth Grade Court Official Winter Pufu

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1900   item# 594990 (stock# Q061101050)

Qing Dynasty - Fifth Grade Court Official Winter Pufu
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US$1550 

This is a late Qing dynasty pufu or surcoat with a rank badge. The pufu is make of silk gauze or kesi for the summer and a heavier satin-silk, sometimes lined with fur, for the winter. The rank badge with the embroidered silvery pheasant is that of a fifth grade or rank of the civil official. It is represented as standing on the pedestal rock facing and looking towards the sun, the imperial symbol of authority. There are also other symbols like the five bats, in Chinses called wufu or five bless ...click for details


Qing Dynasty - Wang Bingrong Yellow Glazed Brush Pot

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1910   item# 593765 (stock# Q061101049)

Qing Dynasty - Wang Bingrong Yellow Glazed Brush Pot
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US$1800 

This is a yellow mat glazed brush pot from the renown Chinese potter Wang Bingrong. The brush pot is potted in high relief depicting a scene of a pair of birds perching on the willow tree on a breezy day and with another bird flying towards it. Behind it is a lovely poem describing the lively scenary. Circa late 19th / early 20th century

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Qing Dynasty – Porcelain Persimmon Brush Washer

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1910   item# 591648 (stock# Q061101048)

Qing Dynasty  – Porcelain Persimmon Brush Washer
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US$400 

This is a small porcelain brush washer in the shape of a half persimmon with large scallop rim in mat gold colour. The interior is glazed in uneven turquoise colour. This is a late Qing dynasty piece probably of the early 20th century.

There is no crack, chip, glaze fritting, repair or restoration. There is only a minor firing fault as ...click for details



Song Dynasty - Longquan applique Twin Fish Dish

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Stoneware: Pre 1492   item# 580767 (stock# S061010018)

Song Dynasty - Longquan applique Twin Fish Dish
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This is a classical form Song dynasty small longquan or celadon dish with moulded appliqué twin fish in the centre and an everted flatten rim. The dish is glazed with an uneven sea green or aquamarine glaze with crazing instead of the standard green colour.

There is no repair or restoration. Minor abrasion on the base and a small stone p ...click for details



Song Dynasty - Persimmon Glazed Dingyao Covered Jar

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Stoneware: Pre 1492   item# 561698 (stock# S060810016)

Song Dynasty -  Persimmon Glazed Dingyao Covered Jar
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A rare persimmon glazed Dingyao type covered bowl. It stands on a short unglazed footring, showing the white fine-grained body and everted to a straight persimmon glazed body. The inside of the bowl is glazed white with a burnt black spot in it. The inner mouth rim is unglazed. The cover of the bowl is of mild dome shaped with a small finial, which is likely to be of lotus bud. Pieces in such good condition are hard to come by. ...click for details

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