This item was made in China for the scholar's table, in the Transitional Period probably during the reign of the Shunzhi emperor (1644 to 1661).
Condition: excellent - no damages and no repairs or restoration.
10 cm / 4 inches high; 14 cm / 5.5 inches across.
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This brush pot / bitong was made in China early in the 18th Century during the reign of the Kangxi or Yongzheng emperor, circa 1700 - 1730. Although more commonly associated with middle easter ceramics turquoise glazes have been found in China since the Tang dynasty. Turquoise glazes have been used on imperial porcelain from the Ming Xuande reign and were in particular favour with the Kangxi,Yongzheng and Qianlong emperors.
This item is complete with its early 19th Century (probably French) custom made fitted Ormolu Gilt Bronze stand.
There is a very similar smaller "bamboo stem" Brush Pot illustrated in "The Chinese Porcelain Collection of Marie Vergottis" cataloged by John Ayers, Former Keeper of the Far Eastern Department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Condition: excellent. No damages and no restoration.
14 cm / 5.5 inches high.
17.5 cm high with stand.
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18世纪 松石绿釉笔筒（带镀金座） 1700-1730
此件瓷器配有19世纪定制的（估为法国做）镀金铜座。类似的小型竹节形笔筒，可以参见伦敦维多利亚与阿尔伯特博物馆远东部前负责人John Ayers编著的《The Chinese Porcelain Collection of Marie Vergottis》一书中的图片。
This item was made for the Chinese Scholar's Table in the 17th Century in the "Transitional Period" during the late Ming or early Qing Dynasties.
Condition: minor bumps and excellent old patination. No repairs and no losses.
16 cm / 6.3 inches high.
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"God Bless Our Heroes"
"Three Cheers for the Red White and Blue"
Condition: some beads missing but otherwise in exceptionally good condition for it's age
Height: 16 cm / 6.25 inches
Weight: 1.19 kg / 2 lb 10 oz
The poem is signed Ye Yi Chun and the well executed calligraphy includes a cyclical dating for the year 1921.
The base of this vase carries an iron red Tongzhi seal mark.
Condition: excellent - no chips or cracks and no restoration.
23.5 cm / 9.25 in high
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瓶颈竹节形，一面以浅绛彩描绘人物故事，另一面有诗句“品清泉而吐香 —— 辛酉年冬月叶宜春作”。瓶底有红色篆书四字款“同治年制”。
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This item was made during the reign of the Kangxi emperor (1662 - 1722).
Condition - excellent. There is a possibility that the rim may have been reduced and there is an extemely faint (glaze only) crack to the base. No chips, no restoration
8.75 inches (22.2cm) high.
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Condition: very good - there are very minor surface bumps otherwise no damages or losses and no repairs or restoration.
13 cm; 5.1 inches high.
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A pair of porcelain vases, each with globular body and tall cylindrical neck, covered with an even, dark, slightly iridescent apple-green crackled glaze. One of the vases has a white foot rim and is white deep inside; the other is "burned" (iron oxide) orange on the foot rim and inside. These items were made in China, in the mid Qing dynasty, during either the late 18th or early 19th Century.
The collector's labels on the bases carry the name W.A. Stewart who is recorded as having worked for the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank. These vases were purchased in a UK auction in 2003.
Condition - excellent - there are some surface scratches but there are no damages and there has been no restoration.
(7.5 inches) & 20cm (7.9 inches) high.
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清中期 18世纪末或19世纪苹果绿蟹爪纹天球瓶一对 苹果绿蟹爪纹天球瓶一对，釉面稍泛蛤蜊光。其中一只圈足和瓶内为白色；另一只圈足和瓶内为铁锈斑色。此对天球瓶作于清中期，约18或19世纪。
瓶底有先前藏家W.A. Stewart的标签，据记载，W.A. Stewart曾就职于香港上海汇丰银行。我们于2003年在英国购得这对瓷瓶。
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Condition: the cover is missing; and there are losses to the tip of the tail.
21.5 cm / 8,5 inches high / 15 cm / 6 inches across.
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17世纪初 中国鹦鹉形铜香薰 明天启-崇祯
品相：无盖。尾巴末梢有缺损。 高21.5厘米。最宽处15厘米。 请参考本店网站第1818号藏品。
Condition - this vase has been broken in a number of places and has had extensive professional old restoration. .
42.5 cm (16.7 inches) high; 23cm (9 inches) diameter at rim. Weight 2.8kg (6.17lb).
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清乾隆 稀有的18世纪描金开光粉彩人物大花觚 约1780年
Condition: excellent - no damages and with good old patination.
23 cm / 9 inches high; 15 ck / 6 inches across.
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This item was made in China, in the first half of the 19th Century, in the Imperial kilns, for the court of the Daoguang emperor (1821-1850).
There is another another Daoguang example illustrated in "Imperial Porcelain of Late Qing from the Kwan Collection"published 1983 by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, page 58, fig. 27.For similarly decorated bowl, made for the Yongzheng emperor (1723-1735), see Lot 452 Sotheby's London 9 & 10 November 2005.
Condition: there are a number of small, mostly minute, inside rim chips (for the largest please view enlargement 6) and there is old surface wear; there are no cracks and there has been no restoration.
10.2 cm (4.1 inches) diameter. Provenance: formerly property of Lieutenant Colonel K. Vernon Jones of the Royal Army Medical Corps.
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This item was made in China in the 12th to 14th Century during the late Song or Yuan dynasties when ancient Shang and Zhou bronzes were unearthed and collected. This was a time when large numbers of antique inspired bronze vessels were produced. Huge quantities were subsequently exported to japan where many were used domestically as flower containers.
Condition: there are bumps and dents to the lower wave decorated zone.
16 cm / 7 inches high.
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12-14世纪 晚宋-元 葫芦形铜花瓶
品相：瓶腹下部（水波纹处）有部分磕碰造成的凹陷。高16厘米。 更多照片，请参见本店网站 www.69aliverpool.co.uk 第1801号藏品
On the final page "Published by Tamamura, Photographer, Kobe, Japan" and in Japanese,"published in the 38th year of Meiji (1905). . . written by Teijiro Takagi"
Condition: very good - there is substantial wear to the silk covered boards ; but internally excellent with no damages or losses; no foxing, staining or aging and the tissue guards are all present. 2
5.5 cm / 10 inches wide; 18 cm / 7 inches high
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There is substantial enamel loss to one side of the telescopic handle; otherwise in excellent condition.
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扭索纹珐琅观剧望远镜 伦敦品牌爱丝普蕾 约1900年
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A larger dish bordered with similar crane motifs on a diaper ground see item 2234 (page 1032) "Chinese Ceramics in the Topkapi Saray Museum" Istanbul VOL 3 by Regina Krahl with John Ayers (1986) This item was made in China, for export, in the Late 17th / early 18th Century.
Condition: excellent no chips, cracks and no restoration.
10.8 cm / 4.3 inches diameter.
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This item was probably used on a home or temple altar dedicated to the veneration of ancestors.
This censer was made in China in the Ming Dynasty, possibly during the late 15th or early 16th Century. Similarly shaped stoneware tripod incense burners, some dated, were made in this period. The wood stand and cover are possibly contemporary with the incense burner. The soapstone lotus finial is carved in Ming dynasty style.
Condition: the casting is crude with typical minor losses ; additionally the two back facing immortals have been decapitated.
Height: with stand 32 cm; without stand 23 cm Width: 19.5 cm Weight: without cover and stand 2.36 kg
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Condition: excellent - very minor fritting to the base rim but no chips, cracks or restoration.
17 cm / 6.7 inches high