Famille Verte and Polychrome - Transitional C.1640
Pair of polychrome vases with wooden bases and lids
W 130mm H 170mm
Famille Verte and Polychrome - Daoguang C.1850
Imperial dragon plate inscribed and dated 1850.
W 35mm H 165mm
Famille Verte and Polychrome - 18th - 19th Century
Bulster Famille Verte jar with cover
W 190mm H 450mm
Famille Verte and Polychrome - Kangxi 1662-1722
One of a set of four Famille Verte plates (3231)
Famille Verte and Polychrome - Ming Dynasty Circa 1450-1505
A porcelain Meiping with Fahua Lotus Pond decoration. Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province. * Similar vase is illustrated in "Ming Ceramics in the British Museum", Jessica Harrison-Hall. P411. plate 13:5. It shows a composition of lotus flower, waves and garlands. The neck has a thickened overhanging rim, rounded shoulders, tapering sides and a stepped foot. The base is unglazed with a foot ring. The raised outlines of the design are applied in slip and filled with turquoise enamel with some yellow details on an ink-blue ground. White areas are created by using a covering of transparent glaze, revealing the white porcelain body beneath. Lotus flowers and foliage are depicted growing from a band of turbulent waves. Around the shoulders, ruyi clouds are joined by beaded garlands and from these are suspended tassels whit lozenge or round tops. The hight -fired porcelain body and palette employed are typical of those fahua wares made in southern China at Jingdezhen.
W 0mm H 320mm
Famille Verte and Polychrome - Kangxi Period
A pair of famille verte vases; each vase with a domed cover and fruit finial, decorated with Kylin, ducks, flowers, and lotus. (3556)
Famille Verte and Polychrome - Kanxi Period
A pair of famille verte vases, each one of ribbed baluster form with unglazed base, decorated in a typical combination of enamels with formal lotus, flowers and Buddhistic Lions.
W 0mm H 290mm