Tags: asian, chinese, japnese, large, nerikomi, pair, porcelain, song, style, vases
Offering a pair of exquisite antique Meiping. Vases crafted with the Nerikomi technique, these vases showcase the artistry of melding two different-colored porcelain clays seamlessly. These vases are impressively large, standing at a height of 43cm. Their beauty and size make them a captivating addition to any display. I have Been Collecting and Dealing in Antiques/Furniture for most of My life, However there is always a Subjective element with. Ntiques and sometimes I may get it wrong. I always welcome any information or advice about my items. Please keep in mind that we are offering used goods for sale here – they are not new goods – this means that the items may show signs of aging! Last, The most important. Is that we are always happy to offer bundle sales.
Tags: blue, chinese, dragon, enamel, large, porcelain, qing, vase, white, yongzheng
Large Chinese Qing Yongzheng Blue and White Red Enamel 9 Dragon Porcelain Vase. We understand what we are offering is extremely fragile and it will be in everybody’s best interests to have it delivered safely. Therefore, we will only use brand new packing materials. Your item will be packed with both small and large bubble wrap, then placed in a double wall box and filled with Styrofoam peanuts.
Tags: antique, blue, chinese, crane, deer, kuang, large, porcelain, qing, vase, white
For your consideration large and beautifully executed blue and white porcelain’Phoenix-Tail’ formed vase with handles. Featuring a poetic scene of two cranes and a deer peony flowers and pine trees. Antique Chinese, unmarked base, foot-ring indicates that the vase is a Qing dynasty era vase, dating from the. Late 18th early 19th century. For more fantastic pieces come visit our store, where we’ll be posting some incredible Chinese antiquities. Including Han, Tang and Ming dynasty porcelain and ceramics. A great object for study or display, this will make a nice addition to any appreciators collection of Chinese art. Overall, good condition with no repairs, no damage. Please enlarge all photographs to better ascertain details and condition. THIS IS A VERY LARGE VASE!! Height : 22 – 56 cm. Width : 9 – 23 cm. USA – 125.00.
Tags: character, chinese, decoration, enamel, guangxu, large, mark, porcelain, vase
Fantastic quality and detail to the enamel decoration featuring a five clawed dragon chasing flaming pearls and Phoenix with ruyi border to the mouth. Some minor wear to the gilt decoration around the mouth, commensurate with age. No chips, nibbles, cracks. A large piece standing 39cm tall and measures 25cm in diameter. Empress Dowager Cixi’s family title in relation to Emperor Guangxu would be “great-aunt” or grand-aunt. This is because Emperor Guangxu was the son of Prince Chun, who was the younger brother of Empress Dowager Cixi’s husband, Emperor Xianfeng. Therefore, Emperor Guangxu was Empress Dowager Cixi’s grand-nephew or great-nephew, depending on the specific terminology used. The reign of the Guangxu (Glorious Succession) Emperor lasted from 1875 to 1908. His name was Zaitian AISIN-GIORO. He was born August 14, 1871 and ascended the throne in 1875 at the age of four as the tenth emperor of the Manchu Qing dynasty and the ninth Qing emperor to rule over China proper. He was adopted by the Empress Dowager Cixi as her son. Until age nineteen, in 1894, the Guangxu Emperor was “aided” in his rule by the Empress Dowager Cixi. Four years later, in 1898 at age 23, he initiated the Hundred Days’ Reform in an attempt to modernize China which was abruptly stopped same year by Cixi, after which he was put under house arrest until his death in November 14, 1908. The cause of his death remains a mystery until this day. He was succeeded by Empress Dowager Cixi’s hand picked heir, his nephew Puyi, who became the Xuantong Emperor.