• A rare 'Ming-style' blue and white bowl, Chenghua six-character mark, Kangxi period
  • A RARE BLUE AND WHITE 'PEONY' JAR YUAN DYNASTY - Sotheby's
  • A Ming blue and white 'Lotus' jar, Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century
  • Yuan Dynasty Blue-and-White Porcelain Jar, guan (China)
  • A Magnificent Early Blue And White Baluster Jar. Yuan Dynasty, mid 14th century | Sunrise Art - Fine Chinese Arts Gallery
  • Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368) Chinese Porcelain vase.
  • 16th century, Ming
  • Large porcelain jar of guan form. Underglaze blue and red with applied openwork. Four large ogival panels around the middle with dense applied red and blue flowers and leaves. Descending cloud collars at the shoulder. Base unglazed. Very rare specimen of Yuan dynasty. © The Trustees of the British Museum
  • Ming dynasty, Wanli mark and period, AD1573–1620 Writing Brush  with porcelain handle, made for the Wanli emperor, probably used for writing large characters. Educated Chinese men regarded calligraphy and painting as the highest of all the art forms. They call brush, ink, ink-stone and paper 文房四寳 ‘the four treasures of a scholar’s studio’. The brush, were made from a variety of animal hair, with handles of wood, bamboo, lacquer and other materials, but seldom of porcelain. @ The British Muse...
  • A LARGE BLUE AND WHITE JAR, Ming Dynasty. The jar is of globular-shaped and is decorated with a small porch occupied by a master and a servant surrounded by trees, grass and ruyi clouds. Overall the jar is of light blue colour tone. The neck of the jar is of golden colour. 16 1/2 in. tall.
  • A blue and white  bird and flower  moon flask, Ming dynasty, early 15th century. Copyright the Sir Percival David Collection © The Trustees of the British Museum
  • Chinese wine ewer, Ming dynasty, early 15th century, porcelain with glaze
  • China, possibly Yongle; Ming dynasty (1403-1424), Jiangxi (province), Jingdezhen. Porcelain bottle vase of yuhuchun form, with a pear-shaped body, narrow neck and flaring mouth rim.  Decorated in underglaze blue. Band of lingzhi fungi below the mouth rim, plantain leaves and lotus flowers on the neck, and lily plants with a butterfly on the body.  Glazed base.
  • A blue and white 'Ming style' bottle vase, Daoguang seal mark and period
  • Chinese Blue & White Ewer
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  • Lot: CHINESE SKY BLUE GROUND BOTTLE NECK VASE, Lot Number: 8058, Starting Bid: $150, Auctioneer: Artingstall & Hind Auctioneers, Auction: DECORATIVE ARTS & ANTIQUES ESTATE SALE, Date: August 14th, 2016
  • Chinese Antique Blue and White Bowl
  • Flat-Sided Flask | Kimbell Art Museum
  • A Ming-style blue and white bowl, Daoguang six-character seal mark in underglaze-blue and of the period (1821-1850). Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2014.
  • RP: Chinese export porcelain bowl, c. 1700, Kangxi reign, Qing dynasty
  • Tall Choson-Style Blue & White porcelain vase; of baluster form with short neck, a continuous design of lush bamboo and plum blossoms; elaborate borders to neck and base; celestial band at neck, H: 16 1/4
  • Records reveal that court painters were deployed to the official kiln “Buwong” to execute the blue-and-white painted decoration. By the 16th century, while still modeling on the motifs of the Chinese blue-and-white, the court painters contributed to render the richness of fresh fragrance on the motifs, the expression unique to Joseon dynasty. In this piece two branches of a plum tree intersecting and extending towards opposite directions are dexterously depicted. The plum blossoms are painted in
  • Porcelain vase of meiping form. Underglaze blue with wide band of scrolling…
  • A FINE AND RARE SMALL BLUE AND WHITE BARBED DISH MING DYNASTY, YONGLE PERIOD
  • A blue and white garlic neck bottle vase, Ming dynasty, Chongzhen period, circa…