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It was a beautiful set of tea cup & Stand. Origin unknown, most likely was from Southeast Asia.
Date: Early 20th century.
Stand Width : 11cm.
Antique Vietnamese bowl with goldenrod celadon crackle glaze. The outer rim has two sets of incised parallel lines. The inside center has five textured points in a star formation with thick pooled black glaze. The bottom half of the bowl has textured vertical striations with rich glaze pooling around the foot. Dates from Tran Dynasty 13th/14th century. From a private California collection. Size: 4" height, 6.5" width
An antique Thai polychrome offering stem plate. Condition: used. Size: H. 9.5 cm x 23 cm. top diameter
A famille rose enameled porcelain tea container, beautifully decorated with birds and flowers. There is a "Huacha Gongsi Chupin (product of Huacha Company)" mark on the bottom along with a "China" stamp. Huacha Co. was a famous tea exporter founded in 1916 in Shanghai by Mr. Tang Qiaoqing and his partners, Huacha Company's tea won a first class award in 1926 Philadelphia World Expo...
Setof three Thai benjarong enameled dishes, the larger lobbed dish decorated with lotus flowers on a green ground, together with a pair of small footed dishes decorated with similar motif.
Largest 4" H x 10 1/4" W
Smaller 2" H x 4 3/4" W
Price on Request
Glorious Chinese antique green Ishing square tubular shaped planter with precise bamboo design and impressed calligraphy. Impressed carouche stamp on bottom. Good condition.
Age: Republic Period
Size: 5.25"H x 1.5" x 1.5"
Abhaya Asian Antiques
Rare collection (5 pieces) of pottery tobacco pipes used by the Rau/Brau people. These were acquired in Laos quite a few years. Most likely fired at the Yixing Kilns, in Jiangsu Province- the same place that made opium pipe bowls. These would date from late 19th century to first half 20th century- the ones with reddish clay being the oldest. They have some small chips consistent with old tribal pieces...
SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
See the price at #1447817
Additional photos #2 for Rare Chinese Famille Rose Landscape Vase w/Box
Hundred and One Antiques
Large antique Benjarong pottery from the Chinese Qing Dynasty exported to the Thai market, Early Bangkok, 18th-19th century, Thailand.
It is a large polychrome stem dish called Tazza with a scalloped rim and brightly enameled with central lotus flower and foliage.
Width: 24.3 cm (9.6 inches)
Height: 8.5 cm (3.4 inches)
CONDITION: In good condition, shows age and use, some glaze flakes...
A pair of old Chinese wood hanging panels with 5 Republic period porcelain plaques inserts in each panel. Dimension: 32inch long x 7.5 inches width of each wood panel. the size of the largest porcelain plaque is 5.5" x 4"
Mark & Period, Antique Asian Arts
A famille verte enameled baluster vase 19th century Of elongated and inverted pear form supporting a trumpet neck and painted in bright enamels with a continuous battles scene involving archers on foot and cavalry on horses, the recessed base painted in underglaze blue with a double ring (rim chip, hairline crack). 17 5/8in (45cm) high
A genuine 19th Century SINO-SIAMESE BENJARONG - BENCHARONG BOWL with Thepanom and Kinaree Angel Décor. Very good condition. Size: 5 1/4" diameter x height 2 1/2" (13.5cm x 6.5 cm.) This item ships from our USA address.
A rare and beautifully made lime pot with a crackle glaze. The lime in these pots helped to soften the betel nut, making it easy to chew. Any genuine antique lime pot will show signs of wear and use, those that are perfect, are most likely new. Evidence of a crusty white residue around the mouth should be present, as well as some wear to the glaze. This small lime pot is charming and displays very well. Typically used through out Southeast Asia, these are quite rare...
Very nice late 18th Century Benjarong Porcelain Bowl, especially made in China for the Siamese Court and Nobility. Inside is emerald green with flower decor and a center medallion, whereas the outside depicts 4 alternative Norasigh and Kinaree medallions and a Famille Noire background. Good condition, shiny glaze preserved and the top rim is nicely banded in bronze. 2 very small, minor and inconsequential firing hairlines on top rim, only noticeable upon very close inspection....
Antique Vietnamese bowl made of blue and white glazed porcelain, with interesting designs along its side and a "double happiness" mark on the inside bottom. The double happiness symbol is often found on items to do with the Chinese New Year and weddings. Size: 8.75" diameter, 3" tall
A heavy Burmese alabaster buddha sitting in Mara Vijaya (calling the earth to witness) posture on a base, with meditative facial expression, emphasized by the half-closed eyes which look downwards.
Age: Burma, Shan Period, 18th. century Nice condition overall (some expected degradation due to its age).
Size: 25cm x 19cm x 10cm, weight 3,3kg.Shipping included
Spoils of Time
A Thai market Chinese porcelain bowl. Turquoise, iron red, white, yellow, blue, green, black and magenta enamel decoration. Known as Benjarong, this class of porcelain made and decorated for the Thai taste of the period is so unique to that market that it is often thought of as a Thai ceramic. Metal covered rim and foot...
Votive tablet amulet of Buddha in the earth touching position. Age: Early nineteenth century. Size: H. 6.8cm. W. 3cm. Condition:No repairs.