69A  Intandane Liverpool Chinese Tribal 利物浦 中国 部落
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : English : Pre 1492 item #1369530 (stock #1146)
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A rare and unusually large souvenir piece of wood cut from a beam from the painted chamber which was one of the oldest parts of the original Palace of Westminster, destroyed by the Great Fire of 1834. This piece of oak forms the back of a mahogany coin collector's cabinet which was made circa 1835-1850. The writing on this ancient wood panel reads: "The Oak forming this cabinet is part of a Beam removed from under the floor of the Painted Chamber (being part of the wood used in the original building in the reign of Edward the Confessor) and removed after the fire of Thursday October 16th, 1834 by permission of the Honorable Commissioner .. of His Majesty's Woods & Forests by ...." We have not deciphered the name and signature at the bottom and we have not yet identified the wax seal (bottom left). Condition: the panel is split in two vertically and there are very old horizontal cracks visible top left. The panel is 29.2 cm (11.5 inches) high; 24.1cm (9.5 inches) high. The mahogany cabinet is heavy and is 33 cm (13 inches) high; 31.8cm (12.5 inches) wide and 30.5cm (12 inches) deep According to the official parliament website (www.parliament.uk) "In the 13th century King Henry III .. built .. the Painted Chamber as a private apartment on foundations in parallel to the present-day St Stephen's Hall, and it is said that St Edward the Confessor had died in a room which previously occupied the site." "The room was as grand and as colourful as the King (Henry III) and his craftsmen could make it. It was long and narrow, and housed a canopied state bed at one end. "The destruction of the Painted Chamber was perhaps the greatest artistic loss of the fire that ravaged Parliament in 1834. One of the wonders of medieval Europe, it was named after its magnificent thirteenth-century wall paintings of biblical kings, virtues and vices, and the coronation of Edward the Confessor." http://www.parliament.uk/worksofart/artwork/t-clark/interior-of-painted-chamber-after-the-fire-1834/1638
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1800 item #1377691 (stock #1160)
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A rare and very finely enamelled 18th Century Wucai Dragon and Phoenix Bowl - Qianlong mark and of the period (1736-1795). Condition - there are three rim chips, three long hairline cracks and one short under the glaze hairline (please view enlargements); there has been no restoration. 15.5cm (6 inches) diameter; 7.5cm (3 inches) high.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Metalwork : Pre 1837 VR item #1223399 (stock #969)
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£3,750.00
A pair of skillfully worked, hand finished and finely cast bronze 'balluster' shaped vases decorated around the neck with a band of peony flowers; on the shoulder is a row of lappets containing three-clawed dragons and below them is a band of mythical Qilins amongst stylized clouds. These items were made in China in the 18th or very early 19th Century, probably during the reign of either the Qianlong (1736-1795) or Jiaqing (1796-1820) emperors. For a pair of, slightly smaller, similar vases (with different decoration) please view Lot no.244 in the sale of "Fine Chinese Art", Bonhams, New Bond Street, London, 7 November 2013.

Condition: they have been recently polished and are without their original patina, there is substantial wear to the footrims, and there is a repair (made at the time of production) which is clearly visible in Enlargement 10.

24cm (9.5inches) high; 19cm (7.5inches) wide.

Weight: approx. 3kg (6.5lb) each.

清中期 仿古纹铜瓶一对
直口,丰肩,颈部一圈牡丹花纹,肩部三爪龙纹饰,下部一圈麒麟纹路。作于18世纪或19世纪初,约请乾隆或嘉庆年间。
相似之例,请参见2013年11月7日宝龙伦敦新邦德街中国艺术品拍卖会上第244号拍品。
品相:表面经过打磨,所以原来的包浆已不复存在,底部圈足有大量划痕。另有一处铸造过程中进行的修补,在图10中清晰可见。
高24厘米,宽19厘米。
每只重约3公斤。

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Scholar Art : Pre 1800 item #1382656 (stock #1166)
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A small finely carved amber and translucent white coloured soapstone figure group depicting the Daoist Immortal Liu Hai 劉海 and, unusually, a Pixiu. This item was probably made for the Scholar's table as a tactile handling object in the 17th or early 18th Century, possibly during the reign of the Kangxi emperor (1662 - 1722). Condition: the tip of the plantain leaf base is broken off but the figure group is fully intact. There are no further damages and there have been no repairs or restoration. 6.5 cm / 2.5 inches long; 3.2 cm / 1.25 inches high. For some additional pictures please view #1720 on our Liverpool shop website at: http://www.69aliverpool.co.uk
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1492 item #1383587 (stock #1168)
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A densely patterned delicately potted early white porcelain dish decorated with two impressed phoenix, poeny flower,lotus and (unusually) with a flying swan to the centre. This item was made in the Ding kilns, Hebei province, northern China during the Jin Dynasty (AD 1115- 1234). Condition: excellent - with no damages and no restoration. 18'3 cm / 7.2 inches diameter.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1960 item #1233590 (stock #991)
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A rare and very finely carved Huang Yang Mu (Boxwood) figure depicting Hua Mu Lan - the legendary Chinese Warrior and Heroine. This item was made in the 1950s during the first decade of the People's Republic of China. Provenance: We acquired this carving 10 years ago from the same collection as stock #788 in our catalogue. Condition: excellent - no damages and no restoration. 20cm (8 inches) high.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1074153 (stock #608)
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GBP 1450.00
A fine and large Hu form reddish earthenware vase, the exterior covered with a silvered green lead glaze. Both the form and the glaze colour are in imitation of contemporary bronze vessels. The nine-sided faceted foot shape is an extremely rare occurrence. This item was made in China during the middle period of the Han dynasty (206 BC to AD 220. Condition - excellent - it is rare to find a large vessel such as this without cracks or restoration. There are small chips and there is the usual glaze degradation consistent with two thousand years burial as are the root mark traces within the foot and internally. Much of the glaze on the rim has been 'cleaned' away. 43cm (17 inches) high.

汉代 陶壶
一件大型精美的陶壶,胎身偏红色,外部施以绿彩,表面有银色光泽。器型及其色彩都模仿了当时的青铜器。底足有九个边,这样的设计非常少见。约作于汉代中期。
品相:像这样大的器型没有裂纹没有修复的的确少见。有几个小磕,釉彩因为年代久远有些退化,或因两千年来一直埋于地下,底足和内部略有些植物根茎的痕迹。口沿部位的釉彩大多已经被“清理”掉了。高43厘米。

All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Pre 1950 item #1092893 (stock #648)
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GBP 1450.00
A rare, finely carved, coconut bow, with silver liner, bearing the carved, malachite inlaid inscription - "De Fen Cang Sheng" - which can translate - "High Moral Standards Stimulate People". The silver is stamped with the shop mark "Bao Sheng Xiang" which was established by Ding Wan-Yu. The following is a transation from an article on the Chinese internet: "Ding Wan-Yu, was a well-known coconut carving artist in Hainan, the southmost province in China. In 1921, he opened an art & craft shop called “Bao Sheng Xiang”, on Zhongshan Road, Haikou City, selling the famous Hainan Coconut carving and his own artwork, and at the same time fixing clocks and watches. At the time, new roads were built in Haikou City, and on one of the roads - Changdi Road there was a bell tower, on which the big clock facing four directions was designed and installed by Ding Wan-Yi on the request of the Head of Haikou Chamber of Commerce. Ding’s finely-carved coconut objects, such as Hainan Xiangshan Mount, “Shou”(longivity), “Xi”(happiness) and landscape and figures, were selected, stored and exhibited in Beijing Palace Museum. In 1928 and 1933, he was invited by Mr Zhong Jin-Quan, the Consulate of Haikou Chamber of Commerce in France, to go to French Annam (now Central Vietnam) to exhibit and sell at the International Exhibition. In 1929, he attended the China Domestic Goods Exhibition in Shanghai, and other exhibitions in Qiongshan County, Haikou City and other places and was highly praised. He was awarded Silver Medals and Certificates from the French International Exhibition and by Mr Kong Xiang-Xi, the Head of Commercial Ministry in the Repulic of China . His work was also selected by government departments as gifts to important politicians and millitary officers such as Sun Zhong-Shan and Li Zong-Ren. Since then, Hainan coconut carving is not only famous in China, but also globally." Condition - very good - no losses and no restoration. 5cm (2 inches) high; 12.5cm (4.9 inches) diameter.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1800 item #1289219 (stock #1071)
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£1,450.00
A fine and very rare early 18th Century bowl decorated in Ming style depicting the 'Three Friends of Winter' - Bamboo, Pine and Prunus Blossom. The base carries the encircled six character mark of the Yongzheng Emperor and this bowl was made during his reign (1723-1735). For a similar bowl please see Christies, King Street - sale no. 5977, lot 116 (15 June 1998). Provenance - purchased from Woolley and Wallis (Salisbury) in 2003. Condition - there is a small rim chip and a white filled rim chip with associated hairline. 11.7cm (4.6 inches) diameter; 5.4cm (2.1 inches) high.

清雍正款及其时期 青花岁寒三友碗
一只精美稀有的18世纪早期青花岁寒三友瓷碗,器型类似明代风格。底足有青花双圈楷书六字三排“大清雍正年制”款,此品也作于雍正时期。
类似之例,请参考1998年6月15日佳士得国王街(Christies King Street) 第5977场拍卖会116号拍品。
来源:于2003年自威立士拍卖行(Woolley & Wallis)购得。
品相:口沿有一小磕口和用白色材料修补过的磕口及其连带的冲缝。
尺寸:直径11.7厘米,高5.4厘米。

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #1372081 (stock #1153)
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£1,450.00
A large and heavy, partially gilded, Mandalay style marble Buddha finely carved in 19th Century Burma (Myanmar). Condition: excellent and, unusually, still retaining much of its original gilding. 55cm / 21.6 inches; 18.5cm / 7.25 inches high. For many additional pictures, please view 1tem #1668 in our Liverpool shop website at www.69aliverpool.co.uk
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Pre 1900 item #982539 (stock #465)
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GBP 1250.00
A rare finely decorated 'ogee' shaped 'famille rose' bowl. This item carries the iron red seal mark of the Tongzhi Emperor (1862-1874) and was made during his reign (1862-1874). There is wear to the gilding on the rim. No damages and no restoration. 2.3 inches (5.7cm) High 5.3 inches (13.8cm) Diameter.

精美19世纪粉彩花鸟纹折腰碗-同治款及其时期
稀有的精美粉彩折腰碗,碗底有铁红釉“大清同治年制“六字篆书款,系同治时期(1862-1874)出品。
碗口镀金有磨耗,无其他损伤,亦无修复。碗高5.7cm,直径13.8cm。

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1116895 (stock #715)
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£1,250.00
A rare, very finely painted, Landscape Vase decorated in Yongzheng / Qianlong style (c1725-1750) but, because we have been unable to find any early 18th Century vases in this shape, we have reluctantly concluded that this item was probably made later, circa 1750-1850. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 18cm (7inches) high. Weight 300gm (11oz).

精美稀有的18/19世纪青花山水瓷瓶 约1750-1850年间
一件精美稀有的青花山水纹瓷瓶,清代雍正/乾隆时期的装饰风格,但是我们还没有找到与此类似的18世纪早期器型。所以权衡后我们将此暂估为清中晚期,约1750-1850年间。
品相:很好。无损伤,无修复。高18厘米,重300克。

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1837 VR item #1187675 (stock #874)
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GBP 1250.00
A rare Famille Rose enamelled jar with replacement wood cover made in China, possibly for export, circa 1780-1820 during the reign of either the Qianlong or the Jiaqing emperor. Please compare enamels and decoration with items 861 & 868 in our catalogue. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 18.5cm (7.3inches) high (without cover).

18/19世纪清中期 粉彩穿花游龙纹盖罐
一件粉彩穿花游龙纹盖罐,盖木质,可能为清乾隆或嘉庆年间(1780-1820)年间的外销品。类似之例,请参见本店第861和868号藏品。
品相:完好。无损伤,无修复。高18.5厘米。

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1285692 (stock #1070)
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£1,250.00
A very rare, heavy and exceptionally finely enamelled ten-sided porcelain double teapot made in China (possibly *Baba-Nonya" for the "Straits" Chinese market) in the 19th Century . This shape occurs in Yixing wares but it is very unusual to find porcelain in this form. Condition - one cover is chipped and has been broken in half and re-glued; there are chips to the spout and the top of the handle; there is a crack to the top join of the handle but none at the bottom. There has been no restoration. Please view enlargements. 24cm (9.5 inches) long; 13.5cm (5.3 inches) high. Weight 960 grams (2lb 1.8oz). 清 精美稀有的19世纪粉彩双连茶壶 一只粉彩花卉纹六方双连茶壶,作于19世纪的中国。 品相:其中一个壶盖摔成两半后又粘合在一起;壶嘴和壶把上有磕;壶把上半部有冲缝。无修复。长24厘米;高13.5厘米。重960克。 更多照片,
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1383719 (stock #1170)
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£1,250.00
A rare pair of heavy (solid) underglaze cobalt blue decorated porcelain Shishi Lions (koma inu 狛犬)made in the Hirado kilns, Mikawachi, Japan during the later years of the Edo period. Although previously thought to have been made late in the Meiji period (1868-1911) recent scholarship, by (among others) the late David Hyatt-King, is now indicating that these koma inu were made much earlier, circa 1820-1850. Condition: the openwork brocade ball under the paws of the female (with closed mouth) has been broken off and re-joined with an old (glue-less) lead strap work repair and there are small pieces missing from the back of the ball. For many (41) additional pictures please view #1741 on our Liverpool shop website at: www.69aliverpool.co.uk . Both lions have firing cracks to the base. No additional damages and there has been no restoration. 15 cm (6 inches long); 10 cm (4 inches) high.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Metalwork : Pre 1700 item #1385355 (stock #1172)
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£1,150.00
A very rare bronze Brush Washer or possibly a Bitian ("brush lick") cast in the form of a double gourd with scrolling vine decoration. This was made in China, for the Scholar's table in the Ming dynasty during the 16th or early 17th Century. We acquired this item as part of the collection of a British architect who was born in China and lived in Shanghai until 1931. Condition - excellent - there is visible surface wear, consistent with many years of use, but no damages or losses and no repairs. 10.5cm (2.2 inches) long; 2.5cm (1 inch) high. Weight 250gm (9 oz).
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Metalwork : Pre 1700 item #1395895 (stock #1178)
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£975.00
A small bronze incense burner with four lion mask cabriole legs and twin Chilong dragon handles gripping a key fret decorated rim. The body is cast with a broad band of scrolling lotus. This item was made in China in the 17th Century during the late Ming or early Qing dynasty. For a tripod censer with very similar form and decoration please view Sotheby's New York Asian Art Sale (21 March 2015) lot 737. Condition: very good with antique carved hardwood (probably zitan) stand and carved pierced cover (minus its finial) 7.5 cm / 3 inches) high; 7 cm / 2.75 inches wide For many additional pictures, please view #1734 in our Liverpool shop website at www.69aliverpool.co.uk
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1091628 (stock #645)
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GBP 950.00
A rare, very finely painted, porcelain jar depicting five Buddhistic lions at play. This item was made in China during the reign of the Guangxu Emperor (1875-1908). Condition - excellent and no restoration. 13cm (5.1 inches) high.

清光绪 描金矾红狮戏图彩罐
一件精美稀有的描金矾红狮戏图彩罐。作于清光绪年间。
品相:完好,无修复。高13厘米。