Tag: Bowl

Chinese 18th/19th C. Ogee Bowl & Cover – Chrysanthemum

Chinese 18th/19th C. Ogee Bowl & Cover – Chrysanthemum

Chinese Porcelain Bowl with Cover, 18th/19th Century – 2 x Marked
Large Ogee shaped bowl & cover, decorated in cobalt blue oxide underglaze with stylised chrysanthemums flower surrounded by a leaf spray. The base is glazed and shows the marks.
Perfect condition, only the typical traces of production (firing flaws) and use.

Diameter: ca. 18 cm

Euro 150.-

Chinese Qianlong Porcelain Sauce Boat – Wave Shape

Chinese Qianlong Porcelain Sauce Boat – Wave Shape

Large chinese Porcelain Sauce Boat, Qianlong Period (1736-1795)
A fine chinese porcelain sauce boat in wave shape and with relief, the outside beautiful and attractive decorated with flowers, inside a water landscape. Painted in cobalt blue oxide underglaze.
Very good condition: glaze error at the handle and few small firing errors in the glaze – further only the typical traces of production and use.

Length: ca. 22 cm
Height: ca. 9,5 cm

Euro 150.-

Chinese Jiaqing Mark&Period Bowl – Celadon

Chinese Jiaqing Mark&Period Bowl – Celadon

Chinese Celadon Porcelain Bowl, Jiaqing Mark & Period
Fine bowl with light brown rim and a good celadon colour. The base with a handpainted Jiaqing Mark (minyao) in underglaze blue and is of the Period (1796-1820).
Perfect condition: only the typical traces of production and use.

Diameter: ca. 14 cm

Euro 250.-

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.-

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.-

Early 16th C. Ming Dish – Koi Fish

Early 16th C. Ming Dish – Koi Fish

Rare Chinese Porcelain Dish, Jiajing Period (1522-1566)
Fine Ming Dynasty Dish with a jumping Koi Fish as decoration in the center – underglaze blue painted using outline and wash technqiue. Similar are found in the “Inh Thuan” ship wreck.
Excellent condition with typical traces of production and age (craquelle and missing glaze at the rim). See photos.

Size: ca. 8 cm x 8 cm

Chinese Guangxu Ogee Bowl – Budhistic Lions

Chinese Guangxu Ogee Bowl – Budhistic Lions

Rare chinese porcelain bowl, Guangxu Period (1875-1908), marked
Ogee shaped bowl richly painted with five foo dogs (budhistic lion) holding a ball, clouds around, all in cobalt blue underglaze.
Bottom marked: “man tang fu ji” – “mark of the hall filled with good fortune”
Very good condition – some small fritts/chips at rim, further only the typical traces of production. See photos.

Diameter: ca. 9,5 cm
Height: ca. 5,5 cm

Euro 150.-

Chinese Tang Dynasty Bowl – Pale Whitish

Chinese Tang Dynasty Bowl – Pale Whitish

Extremelly rare whitish Bowl – Tang Dynasty (618-907)
Bowl with rounded sides forming a continuous concave surface on the interior, standing on a solid ring foot, with a clear glaze of pale whitish tint inside and outside. White porcelain bowls of this classic early form were made at both the Xing and Ding kilns in Hebei. This example shows all the characteristics of Ding ware. Tang Dynasty (618-907).
Perfect condition.

Diameter: ca. 19 cm
Height: ca. 5,5 cm

Euro 1100.-

Chinese Early 18th C. Bowl – Chrysanthemum

Chinese Early 18th C. Bowl – Chrysanthemum

Antique chinese Porcelain Star-Burst Bowl, first half 18th Century
Rare bowl glazed in blue with painted decoration of stylised chrysanthemums and foliage. Marked on the bottom, first half 18th Century and probably Yongzheng Period (1723-1735). (This type is not the same as the founds on the Diana Shipwreck)
Excellent condition: little glaze missing at the base rim – further only the typical trace of production and use.

Diameter: ca. 17,5 cm

Euro 280.-

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.-

Chinese Ming Bowl – People

Chinese Ming Bowl – People

Ming Dynasty Porcelain Bowl, marked FU
Simple and in a free style painted people in a landscape, typical for the early Ming time – in blue underglaze. Place of origin is Jingdezhen. Bowls with similar scenery but different shape are also later found in the Tek Sing shipwreck (dating to approximately 1822).

Excellent condition, only the typical traces of the age and the production (error in the glaze).

Diameter: ca. 13 cm

Euro 240.-

Ming 14th/15th C. chinese Bowl – Craquele

Ming 14th/15th C. chinese Bowl – Craquele

Rare Crackled Glaze Bowl, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), 14th/15th Century
Bowl from good shape in greenish brown color of crackled glaze with relief of a lotus flower inside.
Condition: 2 old restorations at rim, 2 chips – further only the typical traces of production and use.
A rare collectors piece, hard to find!

Diameter: ca. 16 cm

Euro 300.-

Chinese Jianyao Song Bowl – Hare’s Fur

Chinese Jianyao Song Bowl – Hare’s Fur

Rare Chinese Jianyao Bowl – Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279)
The bowl is covered inside with a lustrous blackish-brown glaze finely streaked with russet ‘hare’s fur’ markings flowing from the russet band below the rim.
Black tea bowls, in contrast to the celadon vessels of the earlier Tang dynasty, became fashionable and were made at a number of kilns in northern and southern China, including the Jian kilns of Fujian.

A similar bowl you can see at Christie’s Auction: Sale 14608 | The Pavilion Sale – Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art | 4 April 2017,  Hong Kong

Perfect condition – only the typical traces of production (glaze error inside) and use.

Diameter: ca. 12 cm
Height: ca. 7 cm

Euro 1200.-

Small chinese Ming Bowl – Blanc de Chine

Small chinese 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.

(+ you get it together with a second one with hairline)

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

Euro 350.-

Small chinese Song Dynasty Brush Washer

Small chinese Song Dynasty Brush Washer

Antique Chinese Ceramic Brushwasher, Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279)
Nice small brush washer made in great shape!
Very good condition – one chip at rim, further only the typical traces of production and use – see photos.

Diameter: ca. 6,5 cm
Height: ca. 3,5 cm

Euro 120.-

Chinese 19th C. Fencai Bowl – Baragon Tumed

Chinese 19th C. Fencai Bowl – Baragon Tumed

Large chinese Porcelain Bowl, Guangxu Period (1875-1908) – Baragon Tumed Mark
Baragon Tumed porcelain pieces have been made at the Imperial factories at Jingdezhen as part of a service commissioned to celebrate the marriage of one of the daughters of the Daoguang Emperor (1821-1850) to a Mongolian prince in 1842. Pieces from this service bear the two-character Mongolian name of the prince, who belonged to the Tumed clan.
Baragon Tumed Mark, but late 19th Century.
Perfect condition: only the typical traces of production – see photos.

Diameter: ca. 18 cm
Height: ca. 9 cm

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