The bowl covered with shiny black glaze on interior and upper exterior wall as the ground for two registers of russet vertical stripes. the unglazed surfaces revealing a creamy buff body with a care fully carved foot. Date: Song or Jin Dynasty. 5 7/8 inch (15 cm) diameter. Condition: excellent without any damage. Similar bowl can be found from book: Hare's Fur, Tortoiseshell, and Partridge Feathers" by Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA (check the copy) and I also find a on ...click for details
melon shaped body with a pair of small loop handle at the shoulder. Thick blue glazed with splash of purple, fine crazed. The unglazed base shows brown stoneware. Date: Jin or Yuan dynasty. Size: 6 4/5 (17cm) high. Conditon: very good (only one minor manufacture fault).
The Plate moulded with twin fish at interior base, and covered with Long yellow glaze with aging crackle. Date: Southern Song dynasty. Size: 8'' (20.3cm) diam. Condition: Several rim flakes to glaze and one manufacture fault near the base (please check the pictures).
The most functional and elegant tea cup, with steeply pitched wall and lightly indented, vertical lip, was first created in Jian kiln in Fujian province. It is covered with thick black glaze. Date: Song Dynasty. Size: 4 3/4 diameter. Condition: Good, but maybe there are a few small chips at rim repaired, very hard to see.
Account to David Howard, this plate is unusual and rare that the coat of arms is its only decoration. The arms belong to the De Heere family of the Netherland. Date: 1760-1765. Size: 8 1/3 inch (21.2cm). Condition: good with some enamel wear.
The large ewer with stylized peony scroll, the decoration is cut away through white slip, leaving the scroll against an unglazed light brawn background, then cover uncolored glaze. Cizhou-type ware. 11 1/2 inch (29 cm) high. Song dynast. Condition: glaze wear with roughness.
The bowl with carved flower design under olive green glaze. Similar bowl I found from exhibition in Yaozhou Kiln Museum, Shanxi Province of China (Please check the picture I took in Museum) , North Song dynasty. 4 2/3 inch (11.7 cm) diameter. Condition: there are a few spots of manufacture faults at the bottom of bowl, otherwise in good condition.
The vase covered with variegated scrolls against a rose color ground which was very popular styler during Qianlong and Jiaqing period. On each side of wall reserved a panel elegantly painted with different landscape in gold-red enamel. Kangxi mark on base. Date: C. 1800 (Qianlong and Jiaqing period) 17 1/2 inch (44 cm) high. Condition is pretty good with one chip at one of pendant ring of animal masks and one chip at foot rim. More pictures are available.
The plate nicely decorated with flower bouquet in a leaf shaped panel, againsted bamboo and plum blossom ground. Date: Qianlong period. 9 inch (22.5cm) diameter. Condition: Very good with a tiny chip at rim.
The dish is finely molded in chrysanthemum petals, the wall decorated with panels of Hundred antiques, landscape, floral scrollwork and spray of lotus, the center is depicted a god of dignitary. Overall glaze surface shows uneven. The condition is very good with some scratch. 8 inch (20 cm) diameter. Provenance: It was purchased ten years from an antique dealer from Orange County, California.