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Chinese ox-blood porcelain vase, with a small area of blue flambe glaze near the rim, fading into white. From a prominent midwest collection. 18th/19th century Size: 7.5" height, 4.5" width
Chinese porcelain monochrome vase with a lovely lime green glaze, gourd-shaped form with a short neck. Prominent midwest collection. 18th century Size: 4.75" height, 2.5" height
Chinese antique porcelain vase with celadon glaze, baluster form, decorated all over with raised archaic motifs, beautiful color, circa 19th century. From a prominent midwest collection. Size: 13" high x 10" wide.
Chinese monochrome porcelain vase with a pretty apple green glaze, wide base and long, narrow neck. Prominent midwest collection. 18th/19th century Size: 4.5" height, 3" width
Dramatic pair of large Chinese porcelain baluster form vases with green dragons, light green dragons on one side, dark green dragons on the other, a band of scrolling vines at the base, the necks are decorated with bats and clouds, the rim with birds and flowers, each has two blue dragon handles, Dao Guang 19th century. Size of each: 28 1/2" high
A rare Straits Chinese fan case applied with tiny faceted rocaille glass beads on a green respectively yellow velvet ground, depicting auspicious symbols. Bordered with a woven band, with cotton ribbon and lining. Condition: very good, few glass beads are lost. Dimension: case: 32.2 cm long x 7.8 cm wide.
Chinese porcelain vase with a meiping form with iron red underglaze of three twisting dragons, with puffs of smoke and flame floating around them and rolling waves below. The vase bottom has the Chinese "shou" symbol, meaning "longevity". 18th/ 19th century. Provenance from a prominent mid-west collection. Size: 4.25" height, 2.25" width
Large, rectangular brush pot made from a dark bamboo wood. Each of its four sides has a large panel, carved skilfully with beautiful scenery. Adult and children figures are carved performing similar tasks, such as fishing over a bridge, with grass huts, rugged rock formations, large exotic trees bearing fruit, and beautiful architecture becoming the main focus of each panel. Each side is separated by a thin corner panel, carved with two serpents or dragons with vine-like bodies...
Three Chinese late Qing dynasty to Republic period robin's egg (called lu Jun, or "furnace Jun") glazed porcelain scholar's desk articles including a hexagonal form water pot with an applied qilong climbing on the side (about 3" diameter by 2 1/8" high), a ribbon bound triple-gourd vase with three openings (4 1/2" high), and a rectangular brush holder in the form of a stove (2 3/8"L x 1 3/4"D x 1 3/4"H)...
Late Qing dynasty
Porcelain with underglaze cobalt blue and copper red
Height: 43.2 cm / 17 in
From a Florida estate
A large and charming blue & white narrative vase, with accents of underglaze copper red. The figures portrayed represent the story of Liulang Zhiniu (the cowherd and the weaver maid), in which a humble cowherd falls in love with a fairy (the weaver maid)...
Late Qing - Republic period
Hardwood with enameled bronze
Length: 18.6 cm (at widest point)
Width: 13 cm
Height: 3.5 cm
From a Baltimore, MD estate
Condition: Three age cracks to bottom, otherwise good.
Mid – Late Qing Dynasty
Porcelain with celadon glaze and famille rose enamels
Height: 35.8 cm W: 27 cm
From a New Jersey private collection
A 19th century celadon vase of robust globular shape, with a waisted neck to imitate the look of revolving vases. Against the molded celadon ground are enameled famille rose flower sprays, with a Prunus branch curious enameled to the base. Producing this vase would have required two separate firings...
Ascot Court Antiques
Ca. 1800 – 1820, early 19th c
Jiaqing period, Qing dynasty
Porcelain with overglaze famille rose enamels
Diameter: 18.4 cm / 7.2 in
From a UK private collection
A lovely Jiaqing period floral dish, decorated with good-quality bright enamels. Possibly a birthday dish, as there is a bat (good fortune) and peach (longevity) in the dish center.
Condition: good antique condition, with two rim chips and some fleabites to the foot rim...
Grey stoneware, covered with a white glaze, painted with a dragon in black/brown. Diameter 11,5 cm. Jin Dynasty (1115-1234). Condition: firing crack in the body (back side). Otherwise very good. With expected age wear.
Made of silk. Two panels with very fine embroidery of a dragon and a phoenix, with lots of gold thread. The other panels with simple flower patterns. Some of them with gilt brass bells at the bottom. Condition: expected age wear and discoloring, but overall in good condition. Dimensions ca 100x100 cm. Ca. late 19th century.
Made of silk, decorated with intricately embroidered panels with flower baskets, butterflies and Buddhist symbols. With 4 solid gold buttons ( total weight ca. 25 gr.) condition: stains and discoloring of the silk, the embroidery in very good condition. Dimensions: 110x135 cm. ca. Late 19th century
Chinese monochrome peking glass container in a nice shade of yellow with adorable carvings of small children playing along its sides. The top of the lid has a nice large rounded carving of Chinese characters, and the bottom has a carved mark, 20th century. Size: 2.75" height, 4" diameter
Chinese jadeite carving of a Buddha's hand citron fruit, with its tendril "fingers" curling inwards. Small areas of orange jade, with a small carved hole at its top for hanging as a pendant. Size: 2.25" length, 1.5" width, 1" thick