Chinese and Japanese Asian Art by David Hawkes
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1404367 (stock #4557)
Hawkes, Asian Art
£185.00
A Chinese brown glazed water coupe with an apocryphal six-character Ming reign mark for the Emperor Wanli. 18th ~ 19th Century.

Approximately 6.5 cm high...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1700 item #1381488 (stock #4484)
Hawkes, Asian Art
£375.00
A Chinese “Master of the Rocks” Saucer Dish, Kangxi, late 17th century. Typically, the decoration relies heavily on the techniques of contemporary ink painters with attention to naturalistic detail and various wet brush effects. The border of waterweed-like fronds appears on many such Master of the Rocks ceramics. The back is entirely plain.

Approximately 13.8cm diameter...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1700 item #1331750 (stock #4372)
Hawkes, Asian Art
£275.00
The Chinese porcelain dish has a border of two repeating elements, a garlanded ruyi and three interlinked rings. The centre of the dish depicts a Chinese landscape with two scholars approaching a solitary angler. The dish was made for the Japanese where such pieces were used and much appreciated in the tea ceremony, at a time when the Japanese porcelain industry was in its infancy.

Approximately 15.5 cm diameter...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1700 item #1263850 (stock #4296)
Hawkes, Asian Art
£460.00
A fine 'Three Friends' saucer-dish in Chinese taste, Kangxi, circa 1700. Excellent colour and condition.

Approximately 22 cm diameter. The dish has a small area of fritting on the rim; on the back a shallow glaze flake where the sliver of glaze has been glued into place and a further glaze flake. All noted in the photographs. No cracks...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1254528 (stock #4286)
Hawkes, Asian Art
£250.00
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The design of butterflies and melons is seldom encountered on Chinese porcelain, found only on a few Qianlong pieces. This shaped dish I feel is from the early 19th century but the ‘orange peel’ surface of the porcelain is often found on Qianlong export pieces. Like the Qianlong painted melons these have a pronounced ‘spotting’ in either famille rose or gold enamel on the fruits. 

Approximately 20.6cm across, 6.4 cm high...