Chinese yellow Beijing glass rectangular container. All four sides carved with lotus blooms.
Age: Late Qing Dynasty
Size: 1-3/4 high by 5" length by 3-3/4" wide
Condition good, no breaks or cracks (The actual colour of this is a very nice deep yellow. The pictures are washed out)
Note: Included copy of appraisal done in the 1970's.
A pair of famille-rose enameled Peking glass tea bowls, painted with birds. One cup has 3 birds on a flowering plum rose branch. The second cup has 3 cranes by a rivers edge. Painted all around. The bases with four character Qianlong marks in over-glaze blue.
Size: Approximately 5 cm high by 8.5 cm diameter
Condition: Good, no cracks or chips
Vintage chinese peking glass bowl with a gold leaf rim. The outside is decorated with beautiful, intricate scenery depicting an oceanside temple amidst large rock formations and trees, while tiny sail boats and birds float off in the distance. The inside of the bowl has a similar depiction of a small house by the ocean. Signed and stamped on its side, and marked on the bottom.
Size: 3" height, 7" diameter
A Chinese Beijing yellow glass vase, 'yuhuchunping'. This thick-walled multi-layered vase formed with a pear-shaped body is raised on a slightly flared rolled foot. The opaque glass is a bright egg-yolk yellow colour. Qianlong incised four-character mark within a single square. A well-made and heavy vase.
Qing Dynasty - (circa 19th century)
Very good condition (refer to pictures)
Approximate size is 10" high by 6-1/2" diameter at it's widest part
Chinese pair of baluster shaped translucent green Peking glass vases, painted with birds in blossoming magnolia trees with peony flowers blooming among rocks. 20th century.
Size of each: 8 1/4" high
Beautiful decorative vintage pair of fu dog and flower glass vases. White background is styled in cloud like waves, with red overly. Fu dogs on each vase, are standing on a cloud, neck arched up looking at the sun, and a floating buddhist sutra box. A peony and lotus flower, grace both vases in red, and swirly clouds hang up above. Bottom of vases are encircled with red clouds. Chinese markings are on white part of vase, as well as a mark on the red covered bottoms...
Vintage Chinese peking glass brush pot, with a white glass base and bright apple green glass overlay. The white base is carved with fan-shapes or arches. The green overlaid glass has been carved away into auspicious motifs including a small chimera/beast, breathing flames onto an overhead flying lucky bat, various potted plants and viewing stones, and a thick ring around the pot's upper and bottom ends. Qianlong mark carved into bottom, dated 20th century
Size: 6.25" height, 6" width
Chinese carved overlay Peking Glass vase with cranes in flight amongst lily pads and tall grasses. In excellent condition with just some normal age related wear/mirco abrasions on the bottom, it measures 11.25" high (28.6 cm). Dates Pre-1980
Beautiful milky white glass vase with enamel paintings of brightly colored birds perched upon branches, with budding flowers of blue, yellow, and pink, and a thin ring of gold around the the mouth. Stamped and signed in back and marked on bottom.
Size: 6.25" height, 4.25" width
Beautifully carved peking glass lotus, with bright white, pink, and green glass layers. Peking glass is a special process in which glass is dipped into differently colored glass layer by layer, and the excess is carved away. Note the symmetry achieved by the artist. circa 1950s
Size: 5.25" height, 5.5" width
brilliant yello width (circumference across the top) 28cm height 10cm bat mil