7" high, one candle holder with repair
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
A group of ten Oriental (Probably Chinese) celadon pottery artifacts. Found in Philippines, likely were made in China and recovered from the graves of Chinese in the Southeast Asia (these particular ones prob. from Santa Ana). Date back to probably Sung Dynasty (960 - 1279) that considered to be the third Chinese golden age
A group of seven Oriental (Probably Chinese) pottery jars and one two-eared jarlet. Found in Philippines, likely were made in China and recovered from the graves of Chinese in the Southeast Asia.
25" high, 13" diameter. Note crack.
24" high and 8" diameter. Losses in enamel.
RARE pair of plates with sepia landscapes and great borders. I cannot say I have ever seen this pattern before. Note one cracked so priced as for one.
Large jug, approx. 8" h and 5" d. Circa 1790. Note wear to base.
For the Dutch market, clobbered with charming view of Dutch man picking cherries. 5 3/4" diameter.
Chinese export porcelain Mug, circa 1780.
10" diameter, fine condition and quality.
Rare form, 6" diameter x 4" high.
One is 19" h x 9" d and other is 18" h and 9.5" d. Not made as a pair, sold separately. 1st quarter 20th century.
Approx. 17" h x 11" d. Scholars in panelled reserves on blue and white porcelain. Matching cover probably by association. 20th century or older
16.5" h x 8.25" d. Copy of antique vases but 20th century or older.
Japanese patterned with center in underglaze-blue, iron-red and gilded decoration with pomegranate and leaf decorations on blue notched roundel. Four fan-shaped panels decorated alternatively with green and gold trellis diaper ground with russet leaping kylin and purple whorl ground with purple, green, iron-red and gold floral sprig.
Large charger with peacock decoration. 21" diameter
17.5" x 14"--