The globular body supported on a slightly spreading foot, rising to a tall waisted neck collared by a flange and surmounted by a long tapering tubular mouth.
A Tang Dynasty brownish green glazed pottery cover Ewer, of globular form set on a short foot; with moulded handle and sprout.
The Thickly potted sancai plate is a superb example of Liao Dynasty pottery. The plate interior is decorated with a chrysanthemum flower.
The globular body mounted with an arched fish-head handle terminating with a domed floral bloom on top, the other shoulder set with a spout.
Horses in Tang-dynasty China were admired for their speed, with strength and intelligence, and not only were they important in the realms of travel and war.
Qingbai cup stands with pierced trefoil motifs first appeared in the eleventh century.
A well potted Guan-type stoneware vase of archaic bronze Hu form with rectangular body, the narrow neck is franked with two cloud-like ears.
The well potted pear-shaped vase rises to a tall slender neck entrenched with a molded dragon, flanked by two tubular ears, gently flaring to the mouth rim.
Crafted on Archaic bronze form with two mushroom-capped supports, with a dragon like handle at one side.
Boldly carved with three large peony blossoms surrounded by clusters of leaves on curling stems filling the rounded sides of the upright ovoid body.
A compressed globular body with a cylindrical neck and flanged mouth, decorated with five raised rings: three around the neck.
A well potted Ge-ware censer of archaistic Gui form with twin side handles, and flared lip, with a circular pattern of small raised glaze-breaks interior.
A thickly potted Vase has an oval shaped body, overall in opage brown glaze thinning at the everted rim with dark brown colour.
Well potted long cylindrical body, supported on a short slight tapered foot, the waisted neck sweeping up to the everted rim.
A well-propositioned and potted vase with poem by Song Hui Zong and seal, supported on splay foot and a waisted neck franked by two cloud-like ears.
The shallow rounded sides subtly divided into ten lotus petal shaped lobe rising to a foliate rim covered overall in sky cyan glaze.
Finely potted with shallow sides rising from a carefully cut foot ring to a slightly inverted rim, applied overall save for the foot ring.
The bowl is exquisitely potted with rounded sides supported on a short foot. It is covered overall in a bluish-green glaze.
Song Dynasty Dark Brown Glazed Porcelain Wine or Tea Bowl, the footed wine bowl with glazed mouth rim, the body shaped like lotus leaf.
Pale blue/green glazed Song Dynasty Ceramic Wine Warmer with carved Qing Qianlong poems around the fluted lotus shaped petals.
Robustly potted in the form of a large two layers lotus flower with shallow rounded sides, the base with tiny spur marks characteristic of Song dynasty.
The shallow rounded sides subtly divided into nine lotus petal shaped lobe rising to a foliate rim is covered overall in a crackled dark green glaze.
The mallow flower shape washer is superbly potted with shallow rounded sides subtly divided into six fluted lobes and rising to a foliate rim.
The Ru mallow-shaped brush washer is covered with a beautiful soft and translucent greyish blue glaze suffused with a matrix of iron wire crackles.
The rounded body covered on the interior with a lustrous blue-white glaze radiating pattern of ‘flowing’ blue-white glaze.
Floral-shaped narcissus basin with celadon glaze, Ru ware. The sides of the basin are evenly moulded into ten petal lobes rising up to an everted, conforming lobed mouth rim.
Modelled as two conjoined fish with tails forming the foot, covered overall in a lavender grey glaze with fresh pink colour on the eyes, handles and fins.
Well potted with two cloud-shaped ears at the side of its three-ringed neck rising from a pear shape body to a trumpet-shaped rim
Thinly potted, deep bowl with gently sloping sides rising from a short straight foot to an unglazed rim (was previously coated with silver).
Elegantly potted, of pear shape and octagonal section, resting on a straight foot of similar octagonal shape, rising from a swelling body and tapering to a gently everted mouth.
Celadon zun (a kind of wine vessel) in lotus shape from the Northern Dynasty with gorgeous pattern and well-rounded shape, a representative work of northern celadon.
Sapphire-Blue-Glazed ewer with the cover and the shape of a monk’s cap, decorated with a white dragon on each side of the bulbous body.
A well-potted Longquan celadon bulbous vase with incised floral decoration, over an elaborate petal lappet at the bottom.
The elegantly potted pear-shaped body rising from a short foot ring to a generously rounded body and an elegant waisted neck.
The elegant ewer of octagonal section, the lozenge-shaped panels on the body is decorated with two sinuous white dragon typical of the Yuan.
A rare celadon glazed slander ewer, Yuan period, the wine ewer decorated with dragon and phoenix surrounding the Chinese word of longevity.
Well potted with shallow rounded sides resting on a short foot, the interior is decorated with a sinuous white dragon typical of Yuan Dynasty.
The intricate web of this ravishing pattern is a tour-de-force of porcelain decoration and a showpiece of the adaptability of Yuan Dynasty’s painters.
Very sophisticatedly potted and of octagonal baluster form, with rounded faceted sides rising from a slightly waisted base to a shoulder collar and a short neck
Of a shallow dish body with a flora petal-barbed rim. The central medallion well-painted in copper red crane among lingzhi clouds, encircled by six cobalt blue panels of various designs and in a radiating pattern, another six copper read ruyi clouds each containing the same design of crane.
Sturdily potted with rounded sides rising from a short foot to an everted barbed rim, painted with vivid shades of cobalt-blue and copper red to the interior with two fishes swimming amongst waterweeds and other aquatic plants.
The large well-potted body with rounded sides resting on a short slightly tapering foot to an everted barbed rim.
The intricate web of this ravishing pattern is a tour-de-force of porcelain decoration and a showpiece of the adaptability of Jingdezhen’s porcelain painters.
Baluster form with short neck with flared rim with narrow opening over wide tapered shoulders; hand painted in underglaze blue depicting Yuan style three-clawed dragon.
Sturdily potted with shallow rounded sides rising from a short tapered foot to a wide everted bracket-lobed rim, the interior centred with a medallion densely decorated with clumps of flowering lotus.
The full, pear-shaped body raised straight from the flat base, rising to a slender neck and everted trumpet mouth, freely painted in vivid tones of purplish-blue cobaltwith a powerful striding three-clawed dragon among ruyi-shaped clouds.
The octagonal ever is finely decorated in varied tones of rich cobalt blue on the body with lozenge-shaped panels with a dragon across them.
The cup is of deep rounded form flaring to a slightly everted rim, supported by a hollow cylindrical tapering stem foot.
A very rare example of early Ming Hongwu period, with shallow and conical form, rising to an everted ribbed rim, decorated in the interior.
The form of this Ewer is based on a near eastern metal shape. It sits on four short feet and has two pointed ends the central stem has a garlic shape.
Finely potted with rounded sides rising from a short tapered foot to a wide everted rim, superbly painted in rich inky tone of cobalt-blue.
The blue glazed sculpted dragon sweeping upwards from the neck to the garlic head. On the bulbous body, shrubs and bird superbly painted.
Of globe form, raised on a spreading foot, the cover surmounted with a garlic-head finial, pierced with four trefoil vents.
Modelled after the metal prototype, elegantly potted with a broad cylindrical body decorated with Sanskrit script, rising to a rounded shoulder.
The bowl is supported on a cylindrical hollow slightly splay foot surrounded with band of banana petal motifs, exterior with two dragons.
Elegantly potted copper red, blue white underglaze teapot with a bamboo-shaped handle. The Bell-shaped body is decorated with ruyi in blue glaze.
Elegantly potted with a wide and deep well, walls tapering sharply inward above the tall foot and painted with fruiting grape vines and sugar canes.
The Mallow-shaped bowl is tapering inwards sharply and above a short foot, the bowl is paper-thin, decorated with alternate Dragon and Phoenix.
The vessel is well proportioned with a short straight neck and a low foot ring, vividly painted in intense tones of the wucai palette.
Well-proportioned and finely potted bowl with a wide and deep well, decorated with green and red dragons chasing after a flaming pearl at the exterior.
The charger is painted in copper-red of varying shades of raspberry-red tones, the central medallion designed with peony blooms growing from three leafy stems within a double line border.
The ewer is potted with a globular body with flora decoration around the neck, the mid-section comprising two dragons each chasing after a flaming ball, all above thrashing sea waves.
Modelled after a Middle Eastern metal prototype, elegantly potted with a flattened spherical body set, rising to a slightly waisted neck.
Exceptionally potted doucai lidded jar and of octagonal baluster form, with rounded faceted sides rising from a slightly waisted base to a shoulder collar and a short neck
Robustly potted of bulbous form, the rounded shoulder tapering off to the bottom, surmounted by a short neck with short rim, finely moulded and incised around the exterior.
The oval shaped body of this moon flask is delightfully painted in copper red of vivid strawberry tones on bothsides with a powerful striking three-clawed dragon.
Very finely potted with shallow rounded sides, rising from a upright short foot to a barbed everted rim, beautifully and richly painted in shades of cobalt accented with the 'heaped and piled' effect.
The large charger finely and confidently painted on the interior medallion with two bird perched on fruiting camellia branches, the birds' arched bodies leaning towards each other.
Very finely potted with shallow rounded sides divided into twelve bracket foliations, rising from a short tapered foot to a barbed everted rim.
Exquisitely painted with two dragons amidst phoenix spray, the delicacy of the vase is further accentuated by the scrolling tendrils that cover the white ground.
Cobalt-blue gently undulating meanders of day lily, a flower design that appears for the first time in early 15th century blue and white porcelain.
Elegantly potted, the full-bodied swelling flask with a flattened globular body of elongated section, surmounted by a slender cylindrical neck flanked by two scroll handles and resting on a slightly concave flat base.
This exceptional charger painted in deep cobalt blue features a central medallion of a reverse design of a carved writhing dragon against a hatched cobalt blue background.
Modelled after a Middle Eastern metal prototype, elegantly potted with a flattened spherical body, rising to a garlic neck flanked by a pair of loop handles with ruyi-shaped terminals on the shoulders.
With shallow rounded sides rising from a short foot to a barbed rim, the medallion is superbly decorated in rich cobalt-blue tones with a five-clawed dragons dancing sinuously amidst ruyi clouds.
Sturdily potted with shallow rounded sides rising from a short tapered foot to a wide everted bracket-lobed rim.
Well potted with a globular body supported on a flat base, sweeping up to a waisted neck and straight rim, deftly decorated around the exterior.
Vases of this form, called Xuanwenping ('string’ pattern vase) are potted with two different types of mouth rim, either a wide dish-shaped mouth.
The bulbous body rising to a tall, slender neck, the exterior covered overall in a black glaze, supported on a short upright foot.
The pear-shaped body rising from a straight foot to a tall cylindrical neck, with a single raised ring, covered overall in a transparent glaze.
Stoutly potted with a globular body rising form a upright foot to a tall cylindrical neck, applied overall with a mottled olive-green glaze.
The bowl has rounded sides with a straight foot and rising to a slightly everted rim. The exterior is enamelled with four red circled roundels.
With shallow rounded sides, beautifully decorated with west lake stones, peony, camellia, birds, etc., are vitriol red glaze on a lemon-yellow interior.
Bowl used exclusively in the imperial court. The traditional point of view is that the bowls were made, decorated with underglaze blue and the seal mark.
Massively potted with a globular body, surmounted with a relatively short neck flaring slightly toward the rim
Stoutly potted, the tapering body rising from a straight foot to rounded shoulders, sweeping up to a short cylindrical neck and a wide everted rim.
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