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Helen M Edwards
Height: 23.3 cm (9.3 in)
Width: 11.8 cm (4.8 in)
Rare Chinese porcelain underglaze red and blue vase; depicts a deer under pine trees with bats; mid-17th century; possibly Ming Period; minor surface abrasions; good condition; email for more pictures
A Chinese porcelain trencher salt piece that was part of a Canton dinner set. The traditional Canton blue and white wares were popular in the 18th and 19th century. Canton ware is decorated with a lake side scene, a bridge with no man on it, and cloud and crisscross borders. This salt measures about 4 1/4" wide x 3 1/2" deep x 1 1/2" high, and dates to the mid 19th Century. The condition is excellent. The asking price includes shipping within the USA.
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A Chinese water-pipe that was sometimes used for opium, but mainly was a tobacco pipe. The pipe is made of paktong metal with cloisonne decoration. It is one of the most precious of pipes that are illustrated in the July-August 1992 issue of "Arts of Asia". The pipe is punch marked on the tobacco containers lid and on the base of the y-shaped structure. Such information as to the maker, the owner, the material, and the location where the pipe was made are usually provided...
Circa 1900, Chinese export enamel trough planter with floral scenes in rock garden on a custom wood stand. The glaze on the exterior ground is a lovely pale turquoise, while the interior is a darker contrasting turquoise. The rim features fret key pattern in a vibrant translucent royal blue and the metal trim is silver plater which has darkened over time. In excellent condition, the planter measures 8" long, 5.5" wide, and 2.5" high. On stand measures just under 3.5".
Porcelain snuffbox decorated in cobalt blue under the glaze of a lady in a landscape. Rare jar shape. Mark of yongzheng certainly apocryphal. red and green tinted bone cap...
Small box in chiseled and gilded copper alloy. Decor of a dragon cast in relief and chiseled on an incised "pearl" background. The sides of the box are in mixed brown and black laminated metals like the ribs of a wood. This technique (called Mokume in Japanese) would indicate that it is a Japanese work but some scholars believe that some of these sawasa were made in China during the reign of Kang-hi. A sawasa incense burner kept at the Shanghai museum has parts in mixed metals...
Large early Islamic Central Asian, Persian polychrome pottery bowl decorated with lively composition of animals - Circa 9/10th CE. Large repair (noted in last enlargements) and typical fritting. The red clay body was dipped in a white slip with decorative brown glaze- immersed in a final clear glaze to prevent the other colored glazes from running. The apparently random use of turquoise colored glaze is quite attractive. Fired at a moderate heat. D: 25.5cm/10in and H: 7cm/2.8in.
Beautiful early Qing Dynasty (Kangxi/Qianlong), porcelain, truncated, heavily potted, water coupe with thick celadon crackled glazed. Excellent condition, no damage This has an impressed Artemisia mark inside the foot, possibly of the period. This has a stunning light pea green translucent glaze. Comes with a matched stand and presentation box. D: 7.8cm/3in and H: 4.5cm/1.8in.
The natural cobalt had become to be imported to China again at Jiajing period, and so color development of blue had become very clear...
The technique of famille rose has born united western and eastern technology on the Kangxi period...
The Kangxi(康熙）period is the day when the ceramic industry ruined at the last Ming dynasty had been rebuild, and many excellent pieces had been produced at both government kiln and folk kiln. This piece has picture of flushou (福禄寿）and the superlative seal mark of folk kiln on the back. Notable thing is the record in the box indicates it has had by Aixinjueluo Pujio(愛新覚羅溥傑),younger brother of the last emperor. Size: 19.5cm(D) 3.5cm(H) Accessary: box
A finely detailed Chinese porcelain rooster in a rich blue turquoise glaze with his comb and wattle, as well as the rock form base, glazed in a deep aubergine. In excellent condition, it measures 10.25" high, 7" long.
Please note: Any brown or white spots in photos are reflections, especially in the 2nd photograph where it looks brown at the base of the rooster's comb. It is not brown, it is purple. The reflection is coming from a brown bench behind the photographer.
Circa 1900 Chinese yellow ochre glazed porcelain standing Quan Yin. Nicely rendered and in excellent condition, it measures 10.25 inches high. Note: Any discoloration in the photos is dirt/dust.
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A Chinese antique eating set that consists of a steel bladed knife with bone handle, a carrying case or sheath constructed with strips of bone, and two bone chopsticks. All the bone surfaces are covered with engravings of flowers, plants, trees, and mountains. The set measures about 14 1/2" long, The case measures about 11" long, the knife measure 12" long, and the knife blade measures 8" long. The condition is only good, as one chopstick is broken and the end of the sheath has been replaced...
Width approximately 18 cm (across the masks). In good condition.
Width approximately 18.2 cm (across the handles). In good condition.
Width approximately 22.5 cm (across the handles). In good condition.
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Chinese 18K Gold Natural Grade A Jadeite Carving Oval Cabochon Saddle Ring Marked "18K" with GIA Certificate
The ring is a size 7.25. The jadeite is 18.25 X 8.50 X 4.02 mm. It is 7.49 gram.
The jadeite has inclusions. The gold has surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).
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