Reticulated Vase – Cherry Blossom

Rare Chinese Openwork Porcelain Vase, Republic Period, ca. 1920-1930
Fine ivory colourd Vase with openwork carved cherry blossoms. The base marked “CHINA”.
Perfect condition, only the typical traces of production (small glaze errors) and of the age. A great collector piece!

Height: ca. 18 cm

Euro 180.-

17th C. Figurine of an Immortal with Child

Chinese Porcelain Figure of an Immortal holding a Child, 17th Century
A white glazed Blanc de Chine porcelain figurine with minimal rests of polychrome over glaze enamel.
Condition: error on the back side, further only the typical traces of production and age.

Height: ca. 9 cm

18th C. Figurine of an Immortal

Chinese Porcelain Figure of an Immortal, early 18th Century
A white glazed Blanc de Chine porcelain figurine with polychrome over glaze cold paint decoration. Probably Zhang Guolao.
Very good condition – only the typical traces of production and age (some colour missing).

Height: ca 9,5 cm

Small Ming Bowl – Blanc de Chine

Antique chinese Porcelain Bowl, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) – Marked
Fine and rare porcelain cup or small bowl made in great shape, Dehua, Blanc de Chine.
Perfect condition – only the typical traces of production.

Diameter: ca. 7 cm
Height: ca. 3,5 cm

19th C. Libation Cup – Dehua

Fine Chinese Porcelain Libation Cup, 19th Century – Deer
Rare antique porcelain cup, Dehua,  Blanc de Chine, thick molded porcelain.
Perfect condition – only the typical traces of production. See photos.

! A similar piece is in the Victoria and Albert Museum | Museum number: CIRC.1367-1926

Length: ca. 140 mm
Wide: ca. 110 mm
Height: ca. 80 mm

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17th C. Libation Cups – Dehua

Two small chinese Porcelain Libation Cups, early Kangxi Period (1662-1722)
Very rare antique porcelain cups, Dehua,  Blanc de Chine, thin molded porcelain.
Both in perfect condition – only the typical traces of production. See photos.

! A similar piece is in the Victoria and Albert Museum | Museum number:38-1883

Height: ca. 32 mm

Chenghua Dragon Vase – Blanc de Chine

Extremely rare chinese Porcelain Vase – Chenghua Mark and possible Period (1465-1487)
Small vase with finely incising lined five-claw dragon decoration in copper oxide (turns greenish) underglaze. The pear-shaped body raised on a spreading foot and surmounted by a slender neck rising to a flared mouth. The technic of Copper oxide underglaze was first used from the Changsha potters in the Late Tang/5 Dynasties period.
Excellent condition, some frits at rim, further only the typical traces of production and of the age – please see photos.

Height: ca. 140 mm

18th C Seal Paste Plate – Blanc de Chine

Unusual molded Blanc de Chine Shuangxi-Marked Seal Paste Plate, 18th Century
“Shuangxi”: double or wedded joy – linked xi characters symbolising marital harmony. 18th C., possible Kangxi Period (1662-1722)
Very good condition: on the back it looks as if there would be a chip but is probably of the production and not to see from the front side – see photos.

Provenance: “Nagel Auktionen” – Asian Art, 722, Juny 5th-6th 2015: Book II – Lot 975

Diameter: ca. 80 mm

Euro 450.-

Early Ming Pot “Blanc de Chine”

Beautiful small chinese Porcelain Pot, early Ming Dynasty – Blanc de Chine
Perfect condition! Can’t be better!

Hight: 55 mm