Tags: chinese, dragon, iron, kangxi, large, magnificent, marks, redgold, reign, vase
Please note: I have tried to add a new image because in the current photos the body of the vase looks far too blue created I think by the white adjustment in the camera. I have added an new image which is much closer to the true colour which is more a slightly off white than the cyan white shown in the other photos. A truly magnificent large Kangxi vase Antique Chinese vase with entwinned Dragon chasing the sacred Pearl amongst stylised flames. The vase is marked with the Chinese Reign mark of Qing Dynasty, Kangxi reign (1654 -1722) character on the base of the vase. The vase is very much in style, depth of colour and decoration the same as other similar vases even down to the white, smooth and dense porcelain of the base of the vase and the iron oxidization on the base of the vase where the unglazed porcelain is in contact with the glaze. Qing period but difficult to date exactly. The detail of the decoration is extremely fine. I originally wondered if this could be an early Japanese Kutani vase but the tone of the iron red decoration is definitely Chinese not Japanese. What you do have is an amazingly decorated Antique Chinese Porcelain vase of beautiful proportions and of the highest quality. This is a substantial vase. Vase Height: 32cm (12.5 “) diameter approximately 17.5cm (6.75″) Sizes are the vase only without stand. Item will be perfectly and safely packaged. International buyers are welcome. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Tags: antique, asian, chinese, famille, fine, globular, large, porcelain, qing, rose, vase
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: copeland, large, rare, spodes, teapot, tower
Rare Large Copeland Spodes Tower Teapot. 9 Pints (16cups) 13 inches tall. Great condition, no lid, however has brass protection surround instead. I always try to describe my items as accurately as possible, listing any faults or imperfections as I see them, but if you are not completely satisfied with them…. So if you have any problems, please contact me prior to leaving feedback so I can rectify the situation. (ie not mainland UK)…
Tags: ceramic, chinese, detailing, elephant, extra, head, large, vase, vintage
Vintage Chinese Ceramic Vase. The vase features the design to the front and the reverse side. Gilded elephant head handles. Extra large size, standing approximately 22 inches tall x 10 inches at the widest point. Collection due to size.
Tags: blue, chenghua, chinese, cover, ginger, large, mark, qing, white
Large 17.5 Chinese Qing Blue and White Ginger Jar with Cover Chenghua Mark. DESCRIPTION: A Nicely Decorated, Large Blue and White Chinese Ginger Jar with Good Color. Painted on 4 sides with Double Happiness Symbols surrounded by Vines and Flowers. Probably early 19th Century Qing. It is Marked with an Apocryphal 4-Character Painted Chenghua mark. SIZE: 17-3/8″ Tall x 10″ Diameter (44.1 x 25.4 cm). The base is 8-3/4 in Diameter. CONDITION: Very Good Antique Condition. There are three small chips on the underside of the lid where it fits into the jar as shown. Otherwise only age appropriate wear and NO other chips, cracks or repairs. AS ALWAYS, I unconditionally guarantee that you will be satisfied. Happy to Answer Questions and Always willing to Consider Reasonable Offers. As always, SATISFACTION AND AUTHENTICITY ARE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON PACKING so that your item arrives undamaged. I find it to be safe and fast. It only costs a few dollars more for more dependable and faster service. ALSO – International Buyers – Please Note. We can not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as “gifts” – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.