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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 errors).

Diameter: ca. 18 cm

Euro 150.-

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 18th C. Arabic Script Charger – Chrysanthemum

Chinese 18th C. Arabic Script Charger – Chrysanthemum

Antique chinese Porcelain Charger, 18th Century, early Qing Dynasty
Extremely Rare shallow dish glazed in blue grey with painted decoration of stylised Arabic script, stylised chrysanthemums and foliage. The same type are found in the East African Sea and dated from the 17th Century, late Ming to early Qing Dynasty. Only a very little number of this dishes are known. (This type is not the same as the founds on the Desaru or Diana Shipwreck!)

The same charger is to see in the Maas Museum (Powerhouse Museum) Ultimo, NSW, Australia/ Object No. A2453: https://collection.maas.museum/object/174989

Excellent condition: only the typical trace of production and use.

Diameter: ca. 24 cm

Euro 550.-

17th/18th C. Arabic Script Charger – Chrysanthemum

17th/18th C. Arabic Script Charger – Chrysanthemum

Chinese Porcelain Charger, early Qing Dynasty, 17th/18th Century – Arabic script
Extremely Rare shallow dish glazed in blue grey with painted decoration of stylised Arabic script, stylised Chrysanthemums and foliage. The same type are found in the East African Sea and dated from the 17th Century, late Ming to early Qing Dynasty. Only a very little number of this dishes are known. (This type is not the same as the founds on the Desaru or Diana Shipwreck!)

The same charger is to see in the Maas Museum (Powerhouse Museum) Ultimo, NSW, Australia/ Object No. A2453: https://collection.maas.museum/object/174989

Condition: a part restorated (glued)

Diameter: ca. 26 cm

Euro 250.-

19th C. chinese “Star Burst” Charger – Chrysanthemum

19th C. chinese “Star Burst” Charger – Chrysanthemum

Antique chinese Porcelain Charger, Daoguang Period (1821-1850)
Fine shallow dish glazed in blue grey with painted decoration of stylised chrysanthemum blossoms amidst scroll motifs.
Very good condition: one hairline, one minimal nick at the rim – further only the typical traces of production and use – see photos.

Diameter: ca. 27 cm

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