You are looking at a rare antique Chinese porcelain vase from the Yuan dynasty, the vase has a double gourd with a round shape, decorated with symbols, phoenix, peony blossom and floral and wave pattern along with some beautiful art works of bugs.
This is a very rare piece from an era long gone, porcelain pieces from the Yuan dynasty are considered as very rare, and this blue and white porcelain vase features genuine sign age to support it’s age such as rust spots, kiln firing faults, glaze contractions and rust spots.
Remarkable and rare made of high quality blue and white porcelain this dragon vase is from the early Ming dynasty, the vase is decorated with clouds and peony blossom and remarkable work of a dragon in clay.
It has a long cover in perfect condition. The clay has a small chip near one of the dragon 3 claw hands
Rare and unique Chinese antique blue and white porcelain Ming dynasty vase, the lower part of the vase is shaped as a big bowl decorate with foo dogs surrounded by clouds, in the center of the vase phoenix birds are painted in blue surrounded by peony blossom alternatively rendered and in profile.
This Ming dynasty pot is made of quality porcelain, decorated with horses, waves and clouds. The bottom is glazed and carry the first of Ming dynasty Emperor Hongwu mark. (Although it might have been made during Yongle or Xuande period to honor their ancestor)
The vase has some kiln firing fault, and slightly different shades of colors on the porcelain, due to one side was too close to the fire in the kiln.
Antique Chinese Red underglazed porcelain Kendi, the body is painted with fish swimming surrounded by plants and flowers, the bottom is marked with a couch shell a symbol of royalty, dignity and high rank. This rare item is from middle-end of the Ming dynasty.
Beautiful blue and white porcelain bowl from the Ming dynasty, the exterior is painted with a continues lotus scroll, in the interior peony spray with leafy branches surrounded by double border line with continues leafs attached to six flowers, the bottom is marked with Emperor Xuande mark (1425-1435 A.D)