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Chinese, Kangxi period. An underglaze blue decorated bowl, figured handles, with matching cover with finial. Unmarked, but with early label to underside; ht. 6 in.
Chinese, Ming Dynasty. An underglaze blue jar, four-character mark to underside; ht. 4.5 in.
Chinese, 18th century. An underglaze decorated Prunus vase, double ring mark to underside, having later carved and fitted rosewood lid; ht. 13.5 in. (w/lid)
17th century. A small blue and white underglaze cup on stand, Marchant label intact on underside; ht. 3.5 in.
Chinese, 18th century. A fine underglaze blue decorated cup, stipple brush work, and with blue interior rim, all on fitted stand; ht. 2.75 in. (w/o stand)
Chinese, 19th century. A finely potted and painted pair of blue and white lotus bowls, housed in fitted box, each with six-character mark to underside; diameter of each 5.5 in.
For a nearly identical pair, see: Sotheby's sale of Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art, Hong Kong, May 27, 2014.
17th century. A blue and white huqqa base for the Middle Eastern market, leaf mark to underside; ht. 4.75 in.
For a similar example, see: Sotheby's London, October 5, 2011, Lot 246.
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Guangxu period. A footed bowl decorated with blue cloud motifs on the exterior and interior center. Guangxu mark to underside; dia. 5 in.; ht. 2.25 in.
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. A flower pot and corresponding saucer with scalloped edges, decorated with blue and white horse motifs. Kangxi marks to undersides of each; dia. 5.25 in.; ht. 5 in. (pot with saucer).
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. A small footed tea cup with a scalloped edge and decorated with blue and white floral and leaf motifs. Four-character Kangxi mark to underside circled by two rings; dia. 2.75 in.; ht. 1.75 in.
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. A small scalloped plate with blue and white floral decorations, resting on a custom carved wood stand. Kangxi mark to underside; dia. 4 in.
Chinese, late 19th century. One footed Canton plate, and one plate with brown edge and blue and white phoenix motif in center panel. Dia. 10 in. (larger plate).
Chinese. A set of five blue and white porcelain rice bowls with translucent rice grain pattern. Chinese character mark on bottoms; dia. 4.75 in.
Chinese, 20th century. A blue and white scholar's brush dish, with basin having a pair of leaf form cups for mixing. Daoguang mark in underglaze blue to underside; dia. 5.5 in.
Chinese, late 19th century. A globular lidded ginger jar, tapering towards base, a bulbous vase with flared rim, and a lidded round box, all decorated with blue Shuangxi symbols and scrolling vine designs on a white ground. Ht. 8.75 in. (tallest).
Chinese, ate 19th century. Five porcelain rectangle incense holders, decorated with blue Foo dog and floral motifs on a white ground. 6 x 5 x 3 in. (largest).
Chenghua Mark, Kangxi period. A yellow ground large dish, having lotus scrollwork incised to interior and exterior, six-character Chenghua mark to underside along with double ring; diameter 9.25 in.
Chinese, Jiaqing mark and period. A well potted circular bowl, incised with scrolling pair of dragons amidst clouds, finishing with a soft foot and clean rim, six-character blue underglaze archaic mark to underside, all on fitted stand; ht. 3.25 in. (w/stand)
Chinese, Qianlong mark, 19th century. A well potted triple-spouted vase, the form consisting of three conjoined vases with an overall olive green glaze. Impressed Qianlong mark and former accession number to underside, but attributed 19th century; ht. 10.75 in.
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. A fine peach bloom glaze vase. Six-character Kangxi mark to underside; ht. 7.25 in.
Chinese, Kangxi mark period. A porcelain bee hive water pot in peach bloom "ashes of liver" glaze, having three central reserves each depicting archaic dragon designs, marked with a six-character blue underglazed Kangxi mark on bottom; ht. 3.75 in., dia. 5 in.
For a similar example with a ground and repaired rim, see Cowan's sale of 7/27/12, Lot 62, from the Collection of Louis Cotlow, Ex. Cincinnati Museum Center.
Chinese, Ming dynasty. A small long neck vase covered in a hare's fur glaze, resting a custom carved wood stand. 2.75 in. (without stand).
Chinese, 19th century. A porcelain long neck vase covered in a turquoise glaze. Ht. 11.75 in.
Chinese, 19th century. Two footed long neck porcelain vases covered ina turquoise glaze, mounted on gilt stands, and adorned with gilt plugs. Ht. 11.75 in. (each, with mounts).
Chinese, 18th century. A heavily potted vase with a slight celadon tone to rim's interior and near foot. A highly unusual geometric pattern in diamonds of pink, yellow, black, green and blue. The foot is extremely well aged and tanned. Unmarked; ht. 14.5 in.
Chinese, ca 1960. An outstanding baluster vase with flared rim, cylindrical neck, and body tapering towards the base, decorated with a mountain and village landscape. Seal mark to underside; ht. 18.25 in.
Chinese. A collection of 126 pieces of Chinese porcelain tablewares, all decorated in polychrome enamels on a turquoise ground with floral motifs and geometric bands. Lg. 13.5 in. (platter), dia. 10.75 in. (largest bowl).
Chinese, 20th century. A flambe vase with two handles to the side and a relief panel to front and reverse. Ht. 10.5 in.
Chinese, 1950s. A pair of porcelain vases with unusual dog decoration. Each having four-character mark to underside; ht. 11 in. (each).
Chinese, Daoguang period. A circular porcelain box and cover, fully decorated with bats, six-character red Daoguang mark to underside, heavily potted and well worn to feet and cover interior; diameter 5.25 in.
Chinese, Guangxu period. Two thickly potted bowls, having rounded sides, foliate scrolling, bat and peach decoration. Six-character underglazed blue Guangxu mark; dia. 5 in. (each).
For a remarkably similar example, albeit with archaic mark, see Sotheby's sale of March 19th, 2013. Lot 231.
Chinese, Jiaqing mark and period. A figural decorated bowl, with four figures along with calligraphic narratives, turquoise ground to interior and underside, well potted and having red six-character archaic mark to underside; ht. 2.75 in.
Chinese, Republic Period. A fine incised ruby ground bowl, having four well painted landscape emblems, Qianlong mark to underside; diameter 5.25 in.
Daoguang mark and period. A yellow ground bowl with four medallions in the body, each with finely detailed enamel landscapes, six-character red archaic mark to underside; diameter 6 in., ht. 2.75 in.
Song Dynasty. A finely potted pair of small bowls, white glaze with brown to rim; each diameter 4 in.
Chinese, Daoguang mark and Period. A finely potted and decorated small bowl, lotus design in blue and copper, six-character archaic mark to underside; ht. 1.5 in., diameter 3.5 in.
For a similar example, see: Sotheby's, Hong Kong, May 27, 2014, Lot 771.
Chinese, Guangxu period. An unusual bat bowl, overglaze enamel decoration throughout, with a tightly lobed rim, six-character red Guangxu mark to underside; ht. 2.5 in., diameter 6 in.
Chinese, late 19th century. A fine and thinly potted pair of enamel decorated bowls, each with six-character blue marks to underside; ht. of each 3 in.
Chinese, Republic Period. A very finely painted brush pot with landscape, also having narrative inscribed to body in calligraphy. Underside has iron ground with gilt imperial poem by Emperor Qianlong. Ht. 5.25 in.
Republic Period, early 20th century. A scenic decorated vase with blue and white borders, red studio mark to underside; ht. 5.5 in.
Chinese, early 20th century. Two small porcelain brush pots, decorated with hen and floral motifs, as well as Chinese characters. Stored in separate boxes. Mark on the bottom. Ht.of each: 4.5 in.; dia. of each: 3.25 in.
Wanli mark, 19th century. A well decorated bowl with enamel figure decoration, dragon to interior; diameter 5.5 in.
Chinese, 19th century, with Qianlong mark. A well executed enamel bowl, archaic border near foot and flower and lotus design; ht. 3.25 in.
Chinese, Northern Song. A light celadon ding bowl, incised to interior, well worn rim and foot, with early label to underside; diameter 6.75 in.
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Hongxian period, ca. 1915. A footed bowl decorated with a thousand-flower design to exterior and celadon blue glaze to interior. Four-character Hongxian mark to underside; dia. 6.75 in.; ht. 3.25 in.
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Guangxu period. Two footed bowls decorated with a mille-fleurs pattern. Six-character Guangxu mark to underside of each; dia. 5.5 in.; ht. 2.75 in. (largest).
Chinese, 18th century. A small footed bowl adorned with enamel decorations featuring a scholar and a soldier, as well as two panels containing calligraphy, resting on a custom craved wood stand. Archaic script four-character mark to underside; dia. 3 in.
Chinese, mid-twentieth century. A porcelain lidded bowl decorated with enamel floral and bird decorations, both on the bowl and on the lid, resting on a custom carved wood stand. Four-character Qianlong period mark, but modern; dia. 3 in.
Chinese, 18th century. A blanc-de-chine cup decorated with relief prunus blossoms and resting on a porcelain pedestal. The whole piece rests on a custom carved wooden stand. Ht. 2.5 in. (without stand).
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Yongzheng period. A small vase with blue cloud and dragon decorations on a yellow ground resting on a custom carved wood stand. Six-character Yongzheng mark to underside; ht. 3 in.