This is an excellent example of a Tang Dynasty stoneware. The glaze is in excellent with little to no degradation. The Jar/Vase had no repair or restoration. The glaze is a light celdon with a slight blue cast. There is one firing flaw (shown). I have chosen not to remove the flaw but it could be done with little trouble. The Jar is a full 13.3" in height and 8.1" in diameter.
This is a small Jade carving of a Rooster. It appears to be carved with some archaic style features. The Rooster measures 2.38" x 2.5" x .88". There is no damage to the piece.
This Jian Tea bowl is in excellent condition with no hairlines. There appear to be three small rim chip restorations but they can only be seen on close inspection. The bowl measures 2.12" in height and is 4.88" on diameter.
Ancient Asia Arts and Antiquities
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This Ewer is a Duck-Shaped HU. The Ewer is made from a black clay and covered with a white slip. The piece has been high fired. As shown by the pictures, the Ewer has been damaged from its long burial. This piece has been in my personal collection for many years and has not previously been offered for sale. The Ewer measures 4.38"W, 5.75"L and 5.0" in height.
This is a thickly potted and glazed Henan water Jar dating to the Song Dynasty. The Jar measures 2.75" in height and 2.75" in diameter. There are no repairs or damage to the Jar.
This a beautiful and thickly potted charger from the Republic Period. The Hallmark places the Charger in the Qianlong period but I believe that it is later. The Charger measures a full 12.5" in diameter and 1.75" tall. The design is both bold and crisp.There is no evidence of damage or repair to the charger. Please feel free to email any questions.