An antique Chinese blue and white ewer, Qing Dynasty, probably 17th to 18th century, the double gourd ewer decorated with lotus flowers and foliage, lilies and fruits, with stiff leaf borders to the collar and base and cloud forms to the upper section, wit
A Chinese export sparrow beak famille rose jug, 18th century, the baluster style jug with a looping handle decorated in the Qianlong style for the English market with a floral bunch and sprigs below a patterned collar (with professional repair), height 11.
A Qingbai gourd-shaped ewer, song Dynasty, 12th century, with a large looped strap handle and long curved spout, an incised stylised motif at the base of each one and a triple stylised wave band around the shoulder, covered in a pale blue glaze, the flat b
A Chinese blue and white ewer in the Qianlong manner, the near cylindrical ewer with banded ribs, zoomorphic handle and spout, having a three quarter lobed rim and small domed cover, profusely decorated with writhing dragons and vegetal motifs, bearing a Q
A Chinese dinner set, decorated with florals, sacred bats, sacred objects, in polychrome on a white ground with gilded embellishment, comprising six dinner plates, four luncheon plates, 12 side plates, an ashette, a large lidded tureen, four serving bowls,
A collection of Chinese famille rose enamelled porcelain, 19th and 20th century, including a basin (heavy wear to the painted decoration), a lidded jar, a cylindrical pot, a small vase and a jug, all with typical decoration on a green and gilt scroll groun
A Chinese Qingbai ewer, song Dynasty, pale blue/green glaze with fu dog to top lid, and lotus petal decorations to upper body, incised leaf decoration to body at spout and handle. Private collection, Perth. Purchased V.M Antiques, Ermita. Height 20 cm
A Chinese celadon glaze ewer, Ming Dynasty or earlier, with two small lug handle decoration to shoulder, and curved tapering spout. Private collection, Perth. Purchased V.M Antiques, Ermita. Height 21.5 cm
A Chinese phoenix head ewer, possibly song Dynasty (960-1279), the high-fired stoneware ewer covered overall with a translucent qingbai glaze, that is light grey buff in colour, the body with applied handle and spout. The phoenix head with rounded beak and
A rare Chinese blue and white cylindrical ewer and cover, decorated with a continuous lotus scroll around body, Ming Dynasty, first half of 16th century, 32 cm (with cover) high;, 17 cm diameter of base. Provenance: Rustam, Ujung Pandang, 1970's. Literatur
A Chinese blue and white porcelain dish, Qing Dynasty together with a pottery ewer, from a shipwreck, the dish has a finely drawn floral motif, both with barnacles & coral, a long coral strand still attached to base. Provenance: Salvaged by Captain Hatcher
A Chinese export ware dinner service, Republic period (1912-1949), consisting of a teapot, sugar, creamer, dessert plates, dinner plate, teacups, entree plates, the hand painted set is decorated with roosters, stamped china to base, some chips to teapot sp
A Chinese blue and white monk's cap porcelain jug and lid with underglaze blue decoration depicting medallions of floral and scrolling lotus design, above a band of Tibetan script, 22 cm high catalogue note: this unusual shape was introduced into the alrea
A rare Chinese celadon glazed ewer, early Ming period, the wine ewer decorated with phoenix in relief and has a dragon form mouth and handles, 27.4 cm high. Reference: Yokyo National Museum collection - Yuan Shu-Fu glazed ewer Provenance: A private collect
Three qingbai wares Yuan dynasty comprising a ewer moulded with phoenix in flight above a band of upright lappets; an octagonal stembowl, the steeply rounded sides similarly decorated; and a double-gourd shaped vase moulded with bands of petals, each cover
A Chinese marbled teapot and bowl in the Tang manner, the earthenware globular teapot with a hand modelled spout and semi circular handle, the lid with a figural finial, and a low tapering bowl both decorated throughout with a cream and brown marbled glaze
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