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$1995.00
This incredible antiquity is a glazed ceramic offering vessel from the Song Dynasty of ancient China (960-1279 AD). Besides being in near perfect condition, this rare piece has impeccable provenance from the collection of the famous Arthur M Sackler as sold through Christies auction house in NY in April of 2010. Auction #2301, lot #323.. It measures roughly 38 cm in height and shows no signs of repair or restoration. Don't miss this rare opportunity to add such an important piece to your collect...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pre 1700 item #831079
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Price on Request
This is a rare opportunity to own a huge glazed urn from the chambers of a high ranking Ming official. This particular piece is from a lot a over 50 pieces. Several were randomly tested by thermoluminescence to verify their age. This particular piece was not TL tested so we have been able to pass the savings along to one lucky customer. This piece is over 30 inches tall and weighs around 72 pounds. Delivery is available in the Atlanta area. I would be happy to ship to anywhere but due to the siz...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1700 item #799608
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$125.00
n the mid 15th century a freighting junk loaded with fine Vietnamese pottery sank in an area of the South China Sea called the “Dragon’s Embrace.” Around 1994 local fishermen began finding pottery in their nets. Thus what has become known as the "Hoi An Hoard" was discovered. This blue and white porcelain bowl is from that famous find. It was also part of the original Butterfields auction of Hoi An pieces. The Butterfield's sticker is still on the piece but no matching numbered certificate...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1700 item #799607
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$149.00
n the mid 15th century a freighting junk loaded with fine Vietnamese pottery sank in an area of the South China Sea called the “Dragon’s Embrace.” Around 1994 local fishermen began finding pottery in their nets. Thus what has become known as the "Hoi An Hoard" was discovered. This blue and white porcelain bowl is from that famous find. It was also part of the original Butterfields auction of Hoi An pieces. The Butterfield's sticker is still on the piece and a matching numbered certificate ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1700 item #799606
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In the mid 15th century a freighting junk loaded with fine Vietnamese pottery sank in an area of the South China Sea called the “Dragon’s Embrace.” Around 1994 local fishermen began finding pottery in their nets. Thus what has become known as the "Hoi An Hoard" was discovered. This blue and white porcelain bowl is from that famous find. It was also part of the original Butterfields auction of Hoi An pieces. The Butterfield's sticker is still on the piece and a matching numbered certificate...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Pre 1492 item #724828
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$89.00
In the mid 15th century a freighting junk loaded with fine Vietnamese pottery sank in an area of the South China Sea called the “Dragon’s Embrace.” Around 1994 local fishermen began finding pottery in their nets. Thus what has become known as the "Hoi An Hoard" was discovered. This blue and white porcelain jar was purchased as part of that hoard. However, there is no documentation to prove its provenance so I am selling this piece as from the period and country stated without a guarantee t...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Pre 1492 item #724827
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$99.00
In the mid 15th century a freighting junk loaded with fine Vietnamese pottery sank in an area of the South China Sea called the “Dragon’s Embrace.” Around 1994 local fishermen began finding pottery in their nets. Thus what has become known as the "Hoi An Hoard" was discovered. This blue and white porcelain jar was purchased as part of that hoard. However, there is no documentation to prove its provenance so I am selling this piece as from the period and country stated without a guarantee t...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #537509
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$19.00
This is a simple blue and white porcelain hand made spoon from 19th century China. It measures roughly 9.5 cm and is in good condition but may have minor chips. Makes a great conversation piece or decorative accent. I have several available. This one has a hand applied, post glaze character on the underside that likely was inscribed by the original owner.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #537508
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$19.00
This is a simple blue and white porcelain hand made spoon from 19th century China. It measures roughly 9.5 cm and is in good condition but may have minor chips. Makes a great conversation piece or decorative accent. I have several available.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #537506
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$19.00
This is a simple blue and white porcelain hand made spoon from 19th century China. It measures roughly 9.5 cm and is in good condition but may have minor chips. Makes a great conversation piece or decorative accent. I have several available.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #537505
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$19.00
This is a simple blue and white porcelain hand made spoon from 19th century China. It measures roughly 9.5 cm and is in good condition but may have minor chips. Makes a great conversation piece or decorative accent. I have several available.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #537503
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$99.00
Here is a beautiful blue and white Chinese porcelain incense stand from the 19th century. It has two marks on it - one in the glaze and one which appears to have been applied later in red. These make great flower holders or just display it for its intrinsic beauty. Minor chips to edges.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1492 item #537493
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$119.00
In the mid 15th C a freighting junk loaded with fine Vietnamese pottery sank in an area of the South China Sea called the “Dragon’s Embrace.” Around 1994 local fishermen began finding pottery in their nets. This is a beautiful little round porcelain box from the now famous Hoi An shipwreck. This one is roughly 6.3 cm in diameter. It has little sea creatures still stuck to the underside - visible in the last enlargement.