The dish is finely molded in chrysanthemum petals, the wall decorated with panels of Hundred antiques, landscape, floral scrollwork and spray of lotus, and the center depicted a lady and a child in garden. Museum quality. The condition is very good without any damage. 8 inch (20 cm) diameter.
Provenance: The dish was purchased ten years ago from an antique dealer from Orange County, California.
Yaozhou celadon jar covered with light Oliver green glaze, with deeply incised leaf scroll. Date: North Song. Size: 3 1/2 inch (10 cm) high, 6 1/4 inch (16 cm) wide. Condition: very good without any hairlines, cracks and restoration.
This is an Excellent example of Chinese porcelain made during 19th C. The main scenes are ladies and children in Garden, painted by iron red and highlighted by gilt. SIZE: 16 inch high. CONDITION: excellent without any airline or crack or restoration.
A Chinese Longquan Celadon porcelain Bowl with lotus petals motif. Song Dynasty. The condition is good except glaze color at part of bowl is little darker (please see the picture. Size: 4 7/8 in. diam.
A pair of beautiful dishes decorated with clouds in underglaze blue and bats in iron red, which means May you have good fortune. Guangxu Mark, but date to early 20th century. Very good condition without any kind of damage. Size: 7 inch diameter.
A finely potted petal-like plate, richly enameled with hibiscus spray in center and within sepia whorl-pattern floral lappets below the rim, highlight in gold; the reverse with floral sprays on each petals. Very nice piece. DATE: Qianlong period. SIZE: 9 in. diam. CONDITION: very good with tiny chips and wear, no restorations.
This interesting snuff bottle decorated in underglaze blue and white with the scene of a Peking opera, it is rare and hard to find. 3.5 inch high. Made during the late of 19th C. Condition is very good.
A very nice set of four pieces Chinese enamel copper dishes, made during 18th C in Canton. Decorated in rich and bright enamels with flowers, rocks and butterflies. Excellent condition with no chips, restorations but a few minor hairlines, this nice condition is uncommon for Canton enamel painting pieces of this age!