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Pair Chinese Qianlong Enamel Cups – Lady & Gentleman

Pair Chinese Qianlong Enamel Cups – Lady & Gentleman

Two small Antique chinese Cloisonne Enamel Cups, Qianlong Period (1736-1795)
Both cups are decorated in polychrome enamels with a matching design of a lady and gentleman seated in a landscape, the other sides are decorated with a gardensit and a tree. The inner surface of fine white enamel.
Condition: the left cup has two hairlines inside, the right one has a hairline inside and a small part missing on the ege outside – further only the typical traces of production and age.

Provenance: Collection Lauw

Diameter: ca. 4,5 cm
Height: ca. 3 cm

Euro 200.-

19th C. Thai Rattanakosin Bronze Buddha – Gilded

19th C. Thai Rattanakosin Bronze Buddha – Gilded

Fine gilded seated Buddha, Rattanakosin Period (1782–1932), Thailand
Southeast Asia, Thailand, lacquer and gilt bronze Buddha seated in half lotus position, signifying meditation, with both hands in his lap, atop a three-tiered, flame spiked throne. Thailand, Rattanakosin Period, early 19th century.
Very good condition: some gilding and red lacquer is lost in couse of use

Height: ca. 13 cm

Euro 180.-

Chinese Ming Sacrificial Models – Mingqi

Chinese Ming Sacrificial Models – Mingqi

Chinese Sancai-Glazed pottery Models, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
Mingqi miniatures ceramic models such as this 15 examples were made for use in the afterlife and were placed in the tombs of wealthy Chinese aristocrats to accompany them into the next world. Sancai lead glaze on low fired pottery.
Excellent condition: few wear and traces of the age. The wine vessel on the right at the first photo seems to have an old restoration.

Provenance: Collection Lauw

Height: between 1,5 cm and 11 cm

Euro 1100.- (for all 15 models together)

Chinese 19th C. Bronze Vase – Taotie Mask

Chinese 19th C. Bronze Vase – Taotie Mask

Antique Chinese Bronze Vase with Champleve Cloisonne, Guangxu Period (1875-1908)
Graceful chinese bronze vase, featuring an archaistic band of decoration to the upper part with taotie mask motifs. Also the two ring handles are in the shape of taotie in archaic style.
Perfect condition: only the typical traces of production and age.

Height: ca. 31 cm

Euro 350.-

19th C. Chinese Sancai Vase – “Four Gentlemen”

19th C. Chinese Sancai Vase – “Four Gentlemen”

Large antique sancai glazed Vase, Qing Dynasty, 19th Century
Unusal chinese vase with “Four Gentlemen” decoration in sancai glaze. The “Four Gentlemen” or “Four Noble Ones” is a collective term referring to four plants: the plum blossom, the orchid, the bamboo, and the chrysanthemum. They represent the four different seasons – the plum blossom for winter, the orchid for spring, the bamboo for summer, and the chrysanthemum for autumn.
Excellent condition: small firing error with hairline at the mouth – further only the typical traces of production (baking traces at stand ring) and use.

Height: ca. 29 cm

Euro 1300.-

Chinese 19th C. Ducai Snuff Bottle / Snuff-Jar

Chinese 19th C. Ducai Snuff Bottle / Snuff-Jar

Rare chinese Ducai Snuff-Jar, late 19th Century
Perfect shaped and finely painted porcelain snuff-jar with enamelled colours and underglaze blue decoration of 4 boys and a scholar. On the base a 4-Character Mark Chenghua.
Excellent condition – the snuff-jar is perfect, there is only one chip at the cover. Further only the typical traces of production and use.

For a Snuff-Jar of this size please have a look in the British Museum: Museum number PDF,B.678

Height: ca. 7 cm

Euro 450.-

Two Chinese 18th C. Saucers – Café-au-lait & Peaches

Two Chinese 18th C. Saucers – Café-au-lait & Peaches

Two fine Chinese Café-au-lait Porcelain Saucers, 18th Century – peaches
Chinese porcelain dishes with fine decoration in the famille rose pallet – around “Café-au-lait” brown.
Perfect condition: only the typical traces of production and use – no chips, cracks, hairlines or restorations.

Diameter: ca. 10,5 cm

Euro 120.-

Chinese Kangxi Wucai Vase – Peony & Phoenix

Chinese Kangxi Wucai Vase – Peony & Phoenix

Fine chinese Famille Verte Porcelain Vase, Kangxi Period (1662-1722)
A chinese porcelain wucai vase whose rounded sides painted with a large spray of flowering peony. Next to it sits a phoenix on a big rock. The upright neck with further sprays.
Perfect condition – only the typical traces of production and use (little color is missing), see photos.

Provenance: Collection Lauw

Height: ca. 12,5 cm

Euro 350.-

19th C. Chinese Yellow Enamel Cylinder Vase

19th C. Chinese Yellow Enamel Cylinder Vase

Large chinese enamel on copper Vase or Hat Stand, 19th Century
Such pieces with vibrant enamelled yellow grounds were most likely for Imperial use made. Examples with a lemon-yellow ground used by the Imperial court without reign marks have been shown in the Qing court collection, Palace Museum, Beijing.
Excellent condition: only the typical traces of production and age (few craquele at the base).

Height: ca. 26 cm

Euro 350.-

Chinese Ming Tianqi Bowl – Polychrome

Chinese Ming Tianqi Bowl – Polychrome

Chinese Porcelain Bowl, Ming Dynasty, Tianqi Periode (1621-1627)
A extremly rare and unusual chinese porcelain bowl, polychrome overglaze decorated.
Condition: several chips and tiny hairlines at the rim, firing error outside (photo 3) – further only the typical traces of production and use.

Diameter: ca. 14 cm

Euro 180.-

19th C. chinese Tazza for Thai Market

19th C. chinese Tazza for Thai Market

Pretty chinese Porcelain Tazza, 19th Century
A fine chinese porcelain shallow serving dish on a foot, beautiful decorated with stylised floral sprays – made for the Thai market, “Bencharong”.
Perfect condition: only the typical traces of production and use – see photos.

Diameter: ca. 11 cm
Height: ca. 5 cm

Euro 180.-

18th C. chinese Fencai Charger for South Africa

18th C. chinese Fencai Charger for South Africa

Large chinese Famille Rose Charger, Qianlong Period (1736-1795)
Colourful paintet porcelain charger in the famille rose palet. Made for export to South Africa in the 18th Century and it’s with thick enamel in the style of Bencharong/Nyonya wares. Late Qianlong Period, ca. 1780.
Very good condition. One hairline and a few small chips – see photos 4 and 5.

Diameter: ca. 33 cm

Euro 380.-

Chinese Kangxi Plate – Rabbit

Chinese Kangxi Plate – Rabbit

Nice chinese Porcelain Plate, Kangxi Period (1662-1722)
Fine chinese porcelain plate, rich decorated with landscape and a rabbit in the center, painted in cobalt blue oxide underglaze and iron red. Kangxi, ca. 1690-1700.
Almost perfect Condition, one tiny nick at the rim – further only the typical traces of production (firing error) and use. A rare collectors piece!

Diameter: ca. 22 cm

Euro 280.-

Chinese Republic Fencai Planter – Eight Immortals

Chinese Republic Fencai Planter – Eight Immortals

Extremely Fine Chinese Porcelain Planter, Republic Period (1912-1949)
Beautifully famille rose planter (or bowl), the Eight Immortals all around painted in the fencai pallet.
Marked: Ju shun mei yu tang zhi – made for the Hall of Gathering Obedience and Beautiful Jade (Kangxi Mark).
Perfect condition (little traces of use) – see photos.

Diameter: 10,5 cm
Height: 6,5 cm

Euro 750.-

19th C. chinese Yixing Teapot – Plum Tree

19th C. chinese Yixing Teapot – Plum Tree

Fine antique chinese Zisha Ware Teapot, late 19th Century
Great shaped and moulded to simulate the trunk of a flowering plum tree. Two times marked, one time inside the lid “Jing Ming” and second time a flower mark on the bottom.
Very good condition: small chips at the lid inside, some more traces of wear typical of use and age – no cracks, hairlines or restorations. See photos.

A similar teapot is illustrated in the book “Yixing Teapots for Europe” by Patrice Valfré on page 185.

Length: ca. 19,5 cm
Height: ca. 9 cm

Euro 550.-

19th C. chinese Yixing Brush Washer – Chilong

19th C. chinese Yixing Brush Washer – Chilong

Small antique chinese Yixing Brush Washer, 19th Century
Low round brush washer with Chilong on two sides, lion head on one side; decorated with enamel green-turquoise colour on the interior and base.
Condition: one chip at the lip, some wear – further only the typical traces of production and age.

Diameter: ca. 9,5 cm

Euro 160.-

Chinese Tongzhi Wucai Bowl – Bamboo & Lingzhi

Chinese Tongzhi Wucai Bowl – Bamboo & Lingzhi

Fine chinese Porcelain Bowl, Tongzhi Period (1862-1874) – Marked
A fine and rare chinese Famille Verte porcelain bowl, beautiful decorated with bamboo, lingzhi fungus, calligraphy poem and artist signature. Red mark at the base.
Perfect condition: only the typical traces of production and use – see photos.

Diameter: ca. 13,5 cm
Height: ca. 5 cm

Euro 180.-

Imperial chinese Qianlong M&P Dish – Gilt & Blue

Imperial chinese Qianlong M&P Dish – Gilt & Blue

Imperial Chinese Powderblue and Gilt Dish – Qianlong Mark and Period
Painted in gilt with a central stylised lotus within borders of flowerheads and foliage. The three front parts of the holder are painted in the same colours as the dish. Backside a Qianlong Six-Character Seal Mark in under glaze blue and of the Period (1736-1795).

Condition: backside are three hairlines (not to see from the front), some gilding missing (photos are made with hard light and normal light to give an impression of the gilding) – further only the typical traces of production and age.

Similar dishes (but less rich painted) you can see at Christie’s Auction: London, South Kensington, 3 September 2013, Sale 9376, Lot 31

Provenance: Collection Lauw

Diameter: ca. 15,5 cm

Euro | you are welcome to make an offer

17th C. chinese Transitional Wucai Caddy – Lotus

17th C. chinese Transitional Wucai Caddy – Lotus

Rare and large chinese Famille Verte Caddy, early Kangxi Period
Large Caddy, orange line border enclosing yellow, green and orange enameled flower and leaf scrolls. Kangxi Period, Transitional, 17th Century.
Excellent condition, old chips at the rim of the lid, two at the rim inside of the caddy, glazeline only inside – further only the typical traces of production.
Hard to find in this size and good condition!

Height: ca. 13,5 cm

Euro 550.-

19th C. chinese Peranakan Tripod Censer – Phoenix

19th C. chinese Peranakan Tripod Censer – Phoenix

Unusual chinese Porcelain Tripod Censer, Daoguang Period (1821-1850)
Finely decorated Peranakan/Baba-Nyonya porcelain Incense Burner with flying phoenix and flowers in many colours. Peranakan Chinese and Baba-Nyonya are terms used for the descendants of late 15th and 16th-century Chinese immigrants to the Indonesian archipelago and British Malaya.
Perfect condition, only the typical traces of production and of the age. The cover is missing.

Provenance: Collection Lauw

Height: ca. 8 cm

Euro 750.-

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