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A BLUE AND WHITE 'LEAPING CARP' SAUCER<br>MARK AND PERIOD OF WANLI | Lot | Sotheby's

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Porcelain plate : China, Jiangxi Province; Ming period (1368-1644), early 17th century (probably Tianqi era, 1621 - 1627 - ASIA SOCIETY

Ming period early century (probably Tianqi era, 1621 - 1627 - ASIA SOCIETY

A Ming small Blue and White Porcelain dish, Hongzhi 1488 – 1505 or Zhengde 1506 – 1521 period, Jingdezhen kilns. Painted with two figures in a landscape, the reverse with scrolling lotus. www.orientalceramics.com

A Ming small Blue and White Porcelain dish, Hongzhi 1488 – 1505 or Zhengde 1506 – 1521 period, Jingdezhen kilns. Painted with two figures in a landscape, the reverse with scrolling lotus.

A BLUE AND WHITE KOSOMETSUKE DISH TIANQI MARK AND PERIOD  the conical sides supported on a tapering foot, the interior painted with two scholars under a pine tree in a landscape, all encircled by a geometric floral band, the base with a four-character mark within a double-circle, Japanese wood box D. 20.8cm.

A BLUE AND WHITE KOSOMETSUKE DISH TIANQI MARK AND PERIOD the conical sides supported on a tapering foot, the interior painted with two scholars under a pine tree in a landscape, all encircled by a geometric floral band, the base with a four-character mark within a double-circle, Japanese wood box D. 20.8cm.

A blue and white 'Mallow' dish, Qianlong mark and period - Alain.R.Truong

A blue and white 'Mallow' dish, Qianlong mark and period - Alain.R.Truong

BLUE & WHITE KRAAK STYLE DISH. LATE MING PERIOD.

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A Transitional Blue and White Porcelain Bowl Made for the Japanese Market, Late Ming – 1640

Dish,	  China, Jiangxi Province; Ming period (1368-1644), mid- to late 15th century (probably Chenghua era, 1465 - 1487)  The five-clawed dragon writhing against a sea of storming waves on the interior of this Chenghua-period (1465 - 1487) porcelain dish painted in underglaze cobalt blue has the same powerful, long, thin body and strong face and jaws that characterize earlier Xuande-era interpretations of this mythical creature.

Imperial Elegance - Chinese Ceramics from Asia Society& Rockefeller Collection

Porcelain dish with underglaze blue painting China, Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Elegant bowl on a narrow base rim. In the center the Shou character, surrounded by the eight Buddhist symbols of good luck among double circles The outer wall with a revolving décor of the eight Buddhist symbols of good luck. Base with the six-character Qianlong mark. 4.5 x 26 cm

Lot: Blue and White Dish with the 8 Buddhist Symbols, Qing, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Auctionata Paddle 8 AG, Auction: Asian Art, Date: March 2015 UTC

A porcelain shallow dish with rounded sides which slope inwards at the rim, and stands on a low straight foot ring. Decorated in underglaze blue with a snowscape showing a man, wearing a short robe and trousers, carrying a hu-shaped wine jar and running towards another man half-appearing at the door of a pavillion at the edge of a river. The outside covered with a blue-white matte glaze. The base with a six-character mark.

A porcelain shallow dish with rounded sides which slope inwards at the rim, and stands on a low straight foot ring. The base with a six-character mark. Ming dynasty, Chongzhen mark and period © The Trustees of the British Museum

MING PORCELAIN. A Ming Blue and White Porcelain Kaiseki Dish Made for the Japanese Market, Late Ming, Transitional Period, Chongzhen 1628-1644. Decorated with the Three Friends of Winter, Pine, Bamboo and Prunus. The Gnarled Pine in the Center is Twisted to Form a `Shou` Character Meaning Luck and Blessings. The Border is of Informal Scrolling Plants Including Lingzhi Fungus.

MING PORCELAIN. A Ming Blue and White Porcelain Kaiseki Dish Made for the Japanese Market, Late Ming, Transitional Period, Chongzhen 1628-1644. Decorated with the Three Friends of Winter, Pine, Bamboo and Prunus. The Gnarled Pine in the Center is Twisted to Form a `Shou` Character Meaning Luck and Blessings. The Border is of Informal Scrolling Plants Including Lingzhi Fungus.

A FINE DOUCAI 'BAT AND CLOUD' CUP<br>MARK AND PERIOD OF YONGZHENG | Lot | Sotheby's

A FINE DOUCAI 'BAT AND CLOUD' CUP<br>MARK AND PERIOD OF YONGZHENG | Lot | Sotheby's

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