Ming and Qing Dinasty
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Famille rose bowl with peonies and daisies, Qing dynasty, Yongzheng period, China, 1723-1735. A famille rose circular bowl with slightly flaring rim decorated in Chinese taste on the exterior with various flowers and flower sprays (peonies, daisies and chrysanthemums) and butterflies. The interior is undecorated. The base has a six character mark of Yongzheng and is of the period. (Photo by Museum of East Asian Art/Heritage Images/Getty Images)
Exceptionally Large and Rare Carved Celadon-Glazed 'Dragon' Vase. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period. The crisp celadon glaze reflects the Qing emperors’ admiration of Song period Longquan wares. Its highly unusual carved motif appears to be an 18th century innovation. Striking in its impressive size and rarity, this vase simultaneously celebrates and reinterprets porcelain traditions.
WANLI DYNASTY,A Chinese 'kraak porselein' metal-mounted wine-pot and cover, 1572 1620 China
A Longquan celadon-glazed moulded ‘figural’ bowl, Ming dynasty, 15th century. Estimate £2,000-3,000 ($2,600-3,800). Unsold. Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2016. The deep bowl is moulded to the centre with a double fsh medallion encircled by panels enclosing various named characters from the Chinese play “The Tale of the Pipa” including the equestrian scholar Cai Bojie and the oficial Niu. 7 in. (17.7 cm.) diam. Provenance: Property from a Private American Collection, assembled prior to 1960.