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A bulbous vase finely painted in Famille rose enamels, the decoration depicting the eight horses of Mu Wang, the Queen Mother of the West. Four-character Qianlong mark in over-glaze blue to the base. Height "9/ 23 cm. Condition: severe damage and repair to the neck (cf. pics).
A Chinese Export coffee cup, Qianlong, mid-18th century. Decoration in puce and gilt of flower garlands in European style. Height "2 ¼ / 6.5 cm. Condition: a hairline.
A Chinese Export blue and white salt cellar, mid-18th century, Qianlong. Octagonal, the center with a garden landscape, the rim and base with diaper borders. Diameter "3 ½ / 8.5 cm, height "1 ½/ 3.5 cm. Condition: rim frits (cf. pics).
Small Chinese Export cup and saucer, first part of the 18th century, Yongzheng or early Qianlong. “Batavia” brown glaze with reserves of flowers in Imari colours and gilt. Diameter of saucer "4/ 10.5 cm, height of cup "1 ½/ 3.5 cm. Condition: wear to the gilt, one hairline each to cup and saucer (cf. pics).
Brown banko ware teapot, Japan, late Meiji / early Showa. Unglazed, with the exception of the rim and the top of the handle hooks, some gilt to the molded decoration of a dragon and a lion dog. All handmade, with thumb marks to base and rim of lid. Height including lid "4 ½ / 11.5 cm. Condition: no bamboo handle, otherwise fine.
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
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Oribe is a visual style named after the late-16th-century tea master Furuta Oribe (1544-1615). Typically, black or green glazes are applied to asymmetrical clay bodies and light-colored windows are created using feldspar. These high-contrast areas then act as a canvases upon which abstract, minimalistic, and often naturalistic themes are painted.
Unmistakably modern, this unique water jug used for tea ceremony (mizusashi) pushes the bounds of traditional Oribe into new territory by...
Helen M Edwards
Height: 14 cm (5.8 in)
Width: 7.4 cm (3 in)
Fine Chinese 18th century porcelain vase with gilt highlights; very good condition
Chinese Yixing teapot for southeast asian market. Size 23 cm wide. 9,5 cm high. Conditions: There is Three small chipped at inside the lid. Free from any repair.
A Very Rare/Fine Korean Silver Hairpin (칠보봉황잠)/Enameled Phoenix-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century. The large terminal cast with two confronted phoenixes and natural coral (산호) jewels and with confronted cranes, longevity medallions and feathers in low relief and further bead jewels, the edging of the enameled silver in blues reds, greens, red and yellows, the cylindrical shaft silver with pointing tip. It’s in very good condition with old patina, it meas...
SEBASTIAN ASIAN ART AND ANTIQUES
Chinese Qing dynasty "GE" type saucer dish. 12'6 cm diameter. Good conditions.
A Very Rare/Fine Korean White Bottle Painted Iron Brown with Abstract Floral Design-16th/17th C.: The tapered, pear form vessel rising from a high ring foot to the short neck and wide mouth with rolled lip, painted on two opposing sides with abstract floral leaf sprays in underglaze iron brown, applied in a shiny transparent pure white crackled glaze evenly over the surfaces, small send encrusted on base. It’s in very fine condition without any damages but has some stains on body with...
SEBASTIAN ASIAN ART AND ANTIQUES
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Chinese yixing zisha serving set dishes with figure motive, the set is mixed. 40 cm diameter. free from any repair, please see on the pictures.
Beautiful Antique Chinese silver needle case with flower vase design and antique agate bead pendant decoration. 19th Century. 5 inches long overall. the needle case is 2" long.
A rare Momoyama Period Nezumi-Shino Chawan with a unique decoration: distorted cylinder shaped (hanzutsu) tea bowl with a rounded brim, made of little reddish, coarse, unrefined Mino clay. The expertly thrown body was trimmed with a potter's knife in its lower part.
The bowl was first covered inside and out with an iron oxide engobe (oni-ita) - then a decoration was incised into the dry engobe down to the clay - finally, a shino glaze was applied over the engobe. The incised decora...
A true treasure! Slightly distorted shoe shaped (kutsugata) tea bowl with a rounded brim, made of light, coarse, unrefined Mino clay. The expertly thrown body was trimmed with a potter's knife in its lower part around the foot ring.
The bowl was covered with a green copper oxide glaze. A window on the side was left unglazed and split in two halves - one was decorated with iron oxide engobe which was decorated with incised straight zig-zag lines, the other half was decorated with a ...
Japanese 6-Panel byobu folding screen, with painting of a flowering wheat field under the full moon. The screen's paper hinges are done in gold gofun paper. Excellent condition, very presentable well suited for the times. The screen bears elements related to the Shijo School, hand-signed signature, with two red chops, attributed to Shiokawa Bunrin (1808-1877).
Taisho Period (Early 20th Century)
Dimensions: 150" L x 68" H
DESCRIPTION: Outstanding Japanese porcelain Imari charger, circa 1880, acquired in Brussels, Belgium. This charger is profusely painted in under-glazed blue, red, green and gilt with a central blue medallion of scrolls highlighted in gilt. Surrounding the medallion is a wide border of alternating cartouches enclosing pairs of birds with bamboo leaves, and flowers issuing from rockwork with butterfly. The reverse is painted with three sets of flowering blue branches. Perfect condition, no cracks...
Era Woodblock Prints
Paul Jacoulet, 1896 - 1960
Size: Approximately 6.25 x 4.25 inches
Self-published. Bears the Jacoulet signature and sparrow seal.
This surimono is tipped at the top center to its original 1953 Japanese Christmas card with green cover design.
Medium: Japanese woodblock print.
If you have ever warmed up under the kotatsu with hot tea ready, this is the print for you.
"The sign 'Beware of Fire' in the ...