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Antique Oxblood Glaze Vase
Antique Oxblood Glaze Vase
Inquire   item #1293306

Red Oxblood Glaze Vase

Late Qing Dynasty

size: Length 11.5cm Width 8cm Height 24.5

An interesting Chinese ceramic vase done in the oxblood style glaze where the red is done using a mixture of metal based combinations. No reign marks or signatures are found on the piece.

Pair of Yellow Porcelain Dragon Motif Dishes
Pair of Yellow Porcelain Dragon Motif Dishes
Inquire   item #1293306

Pair of Yellow Dragon Motif Dishes

20th century to late 20th century

Size: Diameter 17cm Height 3.3cm

A pair of yellow porcelain dishes with dragon motifs embossed on the exterior part of the body. The dishes contain a Qing dynasty reign mark but in reality the dishes come from a much latter period than stated.

Rare Paper Weave Calligraphy by Wang Weihan
Rare Paper Weave Calligraphy by Wang Weihan
Inquire   item #1293141

Calligraphy with Paper Weave

Calligraphy done by Wang Weihan

Late Qing Dynasty

Size: Length 183cm Width 51.6cm

A Chinese calligraphy done by the artist, Wang Weihan was from Jiangsu Province, Xinghua around the middle period of the Daoguang era. In 1876, he was known for his landscape and still life paintings and produced many works including views of Yangzhou. Not much is known about this artist, but to find calligraphies is rare and the work is done using a technique known as paper... Click for details

Republic Period Porcelain Tea Pot
Republic Period Porcelain Tea Pot
Inquire   item #1293083

Porcelain Tea Pot with Landscape

Size: Diameter 8 cm Height 3.6cm

A porcelain tea pot decorated with a traditional Chinese landscape view. There are no marks on the bottom of the piece and the pot is missing its lid.

Blue and White Lotus and Bird Motif Bowl
Blue and White Lotus and Bird Motif Bowl
Inquire   item #1293007

Porcelain Bowl Decorated with Lotuses and Birds, Blue and White (Qinghua)

20th century

Size: Diameter 21cm Height 9cm

The bottom has a Ming Dynasty Chenghua Reign Inscription

Often blue and whites are associated with the Yuan and Ming dynasties. The simple shape of the bowl contains a view of a lake or pond with lotuses and various water birds set within the scene.

Polychrome Porcelain Bowl  Flower Motif
Polychrome Porcelain Bowl Flower Motif
Inquire   item #1293005

Polychrome Fluted Bowl with Flower Motifs

Republic Period

Size: Diameter 15cm Height 7.5cm

A stylized and decorated porcelain bowl with motifs of various flowers set in geometric patterns. The bowl contains a Yongzheng reign mark on the bottom.

Antique Porcelain Bowl Motif of Goldfish
Antique Porcelain Bowl Motif of Goldfish
Inquire   item #1293003

Polychrome Porcelain Bowl with Motif of Goldfish

Republic Period

Size: Diameter 16.5cm Height 7.5cm

A standard porcelain bowl decorated with water grass and goldfishes. The rather cute and humorous expressions seen on the fish is interesting. The bowl has a reign mark on the bottom.

Chinese Polychrome Porcelain Bowl
Chinese Polychrome Porcelain Bowl
Inquire   item #1292946

Chinese Polychrome Porcelain Bowl

Republic Period

Diameter 19cm Height 7.5cm

Contains a Qianlong Reign Mark

The yellow color with a scrolling vine motif set with four medallions, each medallion contains a flower associated with the different seasons.

Chinese Oxblood Glaze Plate
Chinese Oxblood Glaze Plate
Inquire   item #1292945

Chinese Porcelain Oxblood Glaze Plate

Late Qing to Republic Period

Size: Diameter 19.5cm Height 2.5cm

The plate done in the simple monochrome maroon to vermillion color often known as oxblood glaze. The plate contains a reign mark from the Qing Dynasty but dates from a latter period.

Chinese Red Swatow Style Jar
Chinese Red Swatow Style Jar
Inquire   item #1292900

Red Chinese Swatow Ware Jar

Qing Dynasty

Size: Diameter 16cm Height 17.5cm

Swatow or Gosu in Japanese were ceramic pieces that were made during the latter years of the Ming dynasty and exported to Japan. The red and green combination became popular that it influenced the porcelain production in Imari and later to other centers such as Kyoto.

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