This blue and white porcelain bowl exterior display continues lotus blossom, the interior shows a fish swimming in the water in cobalt tones. The bowl was too close to the kiln fire and therefore the color is a bit blur while the porcelain itself has more yellow color on the exterior. The bowl is marked with Emperor Jiajing Mark (1521-1567 A.D)
This blue and white porcelain bowl exterior display continues lotus blossom, the interior shows a fish swimming in the water in cobalt tones. The bowl is marked with Emperor Jiajing Mark (1521-1567 A.D)
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 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.
You are looking at antique Chinese porcelain vase from the late Ming – Early Qing period. The style of vase imitate the design and painting style motif from the Yuan dynasty. This item was made in a folk kiln and marked with a conch shell.
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.