Chinese and Japanese Antique Auctions this week On the Global Auction Member Pages including an interesting selection of Chinese to Japanese. Including porcelain, carvings, paintings and bronzes.
All of the auction items below are in our opinion honestly represented and worthy of consideration.
Decorated in takamaki-e, hiramaki-e and inlays, depicting a scholar and an immortal examining a handscroll, the figures accompanied by birds, butterflies and flowers, the background kinji and the rim decorated with a formal border of birds, dragons, floral patterns and cherry blossoms on water, the reverse nashiji. Signed Dai Nihon koku Gyokushodo san and with a kakihan. Diameter 18 inches.
A large footed China Trade trunk with fine brass banding and original handles from an estate in New England. Circa 1800 to 1830.
A perfectly potted example of Blanc-de chine from the Dehua area with lion mask handles and a smooth creamy white glaze.
A fine pair of figural decorated Famille Verte plates with precious objects about the rim and within the central scene, as well a figures on foot and riding horses. Good spacing and finely done enamels.
A very complete set with the lacquer still in good condition.
A complete smoking set with great mother of pearl inlay depicting peacocks in a landscape setting. The bronze also has a nice warm patina.
A lovely, very well decorated pair of circa 1830 to 1840 Chinese export Rose Canton porcelains. 18 inches tall.
NEOLITHIC PERIOD, MAJIAYAO CULTURE, BANSHAN TYPE, MID 3RD MILLENNIUM BC
A fine large example with very good original intact decorations. Most you encounter have old repairs and washed out pigments.
A dandy very well rounded example of Japanese Kutani, circa 1900 to 1915. This particular type of pattern onto porcelain evolved from the earliest examples originally made from pottery. The major change was the additional profusion of decorations and the addition of human figures.
An unusual and very fine Wanli basin measuring 15 inches in diameter. Large bowls from this period are quite rare and don't turn up often in Chinese and Japanese antique auctions.
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