• A black-glazed russet-splashed bowl, Northern Song / Jin dynasty
  • A rare and large ribbed black-glazed jar, Northern Song - Jin Dynasty
  • A black-glazed conical bowl, Song Dynasty
  • A fine and small black glazed bubble bowl with oil-spot, Northern Song Dynasty
  • A HENAN WHITE-RIM RUSSET-SPLASHED BLACK-GLAZED BOWL NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY The bowl with deep rounded sides rising from a narrow foot is covered with a thick black glaze decorated with russet splashes on the interior underneath a clear glaze beneath a transparent brown glaze stopping in an irregular line above the foot, revealing the buff body. The mouth rim is applied with a border of white slip underneath a clear glaze. 6 7/8 in diam
  • A PURPLE-SPLASHED 'JUN' BUBBLE BOWLSONG DYNASTY
  • A PERSIMMON-GLAZED TEABOWL NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY - Sotheby's
  • A Chinese Jun ware Meiping Vase, Northern Song Dynasty : Lot 1579
  • A white-glazed 'melon' box and cover, Song dynasty
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  • Tea bowl and bowl stand, Northern Song dynasty, 1000-1100
  • Bowl, stoneware of marbled clay, Cizhou ware, China, Northern Song dynasty, 960-1000
  • Bowl, stoneware of marbled clay, Cizhou ware, China, Northern Song dynasty, 960-1000
  • Bowl, stoneware with black glaze and 'hare's fur' effect, Jianyang, Fujian province, China, Northern Song dynasty
  • 'Peony jar', Northern Song dynasty, 1100-1150
  • Waterpot, incised stoneware with copper-bound rim, Ding ware, China, Northern Song dynasty, 1101
  • Chinese Antique Celadon Glazed Vase bulbous body, high shoulder, narrow neck, thin attached handles, minor repair on rim, Dimensions 7 3/4 in.
  • A purple-splashed Junyao bowl. Song-Jin dynasty, 12th-13th century
  • Waterpot, incised stoneware with copper-bound rim, Ding ware, China, Northern Song dynasty, 1101
  • OCTAGONAL QINGBAI PLATE WITH STAMP OF TWO FISHES AMONG LOTUS WEEDS. VERY THINLY POTTED. SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY.
  • Chinese Dingyao Bowl Northern Song Dynasty. The rounded sides formed as six petals that rise from the ring foot to the lobed rim, covered inside and out with an ivory glaze. Diameter 5 1/2 inches.
  • Chinese Russet Splashed Black Glazed Covered Jar Northern Song/Jin Dynasty. The ovoid form with sloping shoulders tapering to the foot, set with a short neck and domed lid with wide rim, covered overall in a black glaze with russet splashes concentrated around the shoulder, all terminating above the foot revealing a buff colored body. Height 5 1/4 inches.
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  • Chinese Henan Russet Splashed Black Glazed Bowl Northern Song Dynasty. The straight sided bowl rising from a low ring foot, glazed in a thick black glaze with russet stripes and spots that terminate above the the foot revealing a buff body. Diameter 4 inches.
  • Chinese Celadon Glazed Censer Song Dynasty The compressed globular form with three vertical lines extending downward between the three tapered legs, all rising to a waisted neck and flat flared rim, glazed overall in a light sea green terminating above the foot exposing the buff body burnt orange in firing. Height 3 7/8 inches, diameter 5 inches.
  • Chinese Longquan type celadon small shallow bowl, molded with twin fish to the center within double rings, with a wide everted rim above a molded petal pattern to the exterior, 5
  • Chinese Longquan celadon glazed dish, with an everted rim framing the pair of molded fish to the well, with a molded floral petal exterior and raised on a low tapering foot, 8.25
  • Chinese Ding type lobed ewer, with a melon shaped body divided into six shallow lobes, surmounted with a twisted handle and a curved spout, 4.5
  • Chinese Jian type black glazed tea bowl, with iron spot splashes to the interior wall, the black glaze stopping short of the foot ring, revealing the buff colored body, 6.5
  • Chinese Jian style ceramic tea bowls, each coated with a hare's fur glaze stopping short of the unglazed base and foot, 4.75
  • Chinese Longquan celadon glazed small shallow bowl, Song dynasty, with a wide everted rim and a sloping body, raised on a short tapering foot, 5.5
  • Chinese Cizhou type ceramic bottle, Jin dynasty (13th century), with a raised band around the short neck, the globular body painted with two stylized floral sprays on a black ground, 8.125