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Rare Chinese antique blue and white porcelain bowl with inverted painting of doves, from the Early Ming dynasty. The bowl is marked with Ming dynasty Emperor Yongle mark (1403-1424 A.D)
You are looking at a rare blue and white porcelain charger plate from the Yuan dynasty, this rare Chinese antique is made of quality porcelain and feature a beautiful and complex inverted painting.
In the center a circle divided to eight in each a flame is burning towards the center of the plate, surrounded by waves shaped as spades from 4 sides with floral pattern in the center and 8 shapes of spades with a peony blossom painting in each, enclosed with a wave band.
This blue and white porcelain pot was made during the Ming dynasty, apparently by a local maker, by the quality of the porcelain and painting style, nonetheless, it has authentic age signs which support its ago, it features crackles, rust posts and signs of wear.
You are looking at a rare antique Chinese celadon glazed plate, in the center of the plate, a Qilin surrounded by floral design, and on the outer rim a wave band.
This plate feature genuine age signs like rust spots, glaze contractions, kiln firing faults and crackles.
This antique blue and white porcelain plate was finely painted, in the center Qilin surrounded by natural environment, enclosed by a double ring frame, surrounding the inner circle peony blossom alternatively rendered and in profile while the outer rim feature beautiful floral painting surrounding the plate.
This is a blue and white antique porcelain vase from the middle Ming dynasty, the vase is decorated with interesting floral pattern.
The vase has rust spots and crackles and some glaze contractions
The vase opening has a small break that was glowed back, Nonetheless the item is still rare in any condition
Rare Late Yuan dynasy – Early Ming dynasty 3 color porcelain vase, The center of the vase is decorated with phoenix, ostrich and two Qilin from each side of the vase, surrounded by floral pattern.
On the lower part of the vase, there are nature scenes of Crabs, ducks, fish and birds.
The vase has crackles, kiln firing faults and rust spots.
Beautiful blue and white antique porcelain goblet from the early Ming dynasty, featuring a beautiful painting of peony blossom on the outer side of the goblet, and painting of birds swimming in a pond.
This kind of goblet shape is not typical Chinese and was probably used as an export product to the Middle East during the early Ming dynasty. Nonetheless, all age signs appear genuine and this Antique is made of quality porcelain with a beautiful painting.
This antique blue and white porcelain plate features a beautiful and complex inverted painting with rich blue tone colors in the center, surrounded by a double ring peony blossom alternatively rendered and in profile, In the outer rim there is a painting in blue on white leaves surrounding the entire plate.
Remarkable early ming blue and white porcelain vase with lizard handles.
The center of this antique porcelain vase is decoratd with peony blossom alternatively rendered and in profile, on the upper part, enclosed by double frame with diamond shape pattern, paintings of phoenix and 2 lizards shaped as handles.
The vase feature a cover with a fish surrounded by roots coming from the center of the cover.
Antique blue and white porcelain bowl from the Ming dynasty, the bowl is decorated with fish swimming in the waves, surrounded with clouds.
The bowl is marked with Ming dynasty Emperor Chenghua mark which rein China during the years 1465-1487 AD.
This blue and white antique porcelain plate features beautiful art work, in the center of the plate a fish swimming in water environment, surrounded by a double thin line border with peony blossom. The outer circle is decorated with rectangular shapes that indicates it was made during the early Ming dynasty.
You are looking at finely made antique Chinese porcelain vase from the early Ming dynasty, at the top of floral pattern surrounding the neck of the vase, below there is a wave band the vase features blue and white porcelain painting of Phoenix and Qilin. In the center of the vase symbols surrounding the upper parts, while large painting of peony blossom alternatively rendered and in profile are painted blow.
This is a blue and white antique porcelain vase from the middle Ming dynasty, the vase is decorated with peony blossom and wave bands.
It has some rust spots and crackles and the bottom is glazed.
This porcelain vase feature white porcelain with red painting, it exhibit peony blossom painting and other floral patterns each enclosed with a double line border.
This antique vase has some rust spots, crackles and kiln firing faults the bottom is glazed.
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.
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