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Libation small cup with leaves and floral design (5250)

W 80mm H 45mm

Ref: WEB989

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Blanc de Chine libation cup, one side decorated with a dragon and a tiger near a pine tree, the other side with a deer and crane (5211)

W 100mm H 60mm

Ref: WEB990

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One side decorated with a dragon and a tiger near a pine tree, the other side with a deer and crane near flowering prunus. (5188)

W 95mm H 60mm

Ref: WEB991

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One side decorated with a dragon and a tiger near a pine tree, the other side with a deer and crane near flowering prunus. (5211)

W 105mm H 60mm

Ref: WEB992

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A Wang Bing Rong Zuo Brush washer, Jingde Zhen Kilns. Lime green-glazed with a landscape carved design. Seal mark on the bottom (5237)

W 75mm H 45mm

Ref: WEB1004

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A Chinese Ihsing in a form of shell. Seal mark on the bottom. (5293)

W 95mm H 80mm

Ref: WEB1095

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A Chinese Ishing brush washer with a frog on one side. Signed. (5293)

W 135mm H 45mm

Ref: WEB1097

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Kangxi Period: 1662-1722

Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, South Centrral China. 

H:6.5cm D:23.5cm

A monochrome green glazed dish depicting a flower in the centre within a circle. (3449)

WEB1122

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18th century


The full pear-shaped body rising to a slender neck, covered in a vivid crimson-hued glaze, deepening in colour towards the short foot rim and thinning at the straight, thinly potted mouth rim to a pale grey, the base glazed. (5511)


41cm (16in) high.

WEB1169

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Heavily potted with rounded sides rising from a short and thick footring and surmounted by a tall and slightly flared cylindrical neck. The vase is covered on the exterior in vibrant glaze with shades ranging from a ruby-red to a milky blue to a purple hue, thinning at the mouth of the rim to an earthy-brown colour.

The flambé glaze witnessed a revival in the age of antiquarianism during the Qing dynasty, which saw a lot of Song dynasty (AD 960-1279) monochromes revitalized. This glaze exhibited on this vase has attempted to imitate the Jun glazes of Henan province, North China. The Jingdezhen potters combined colloidal copper, iron and other metals into the glaze to create an effect known as ‘yaobian’ (transmutation glaze), a highly desirable outcome. (5400)

Provenance:

  • European Collection.

Kangxi period (1662-1722)

W 38.8cm H 22cm

Ref: WEB939

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