This huge Imari bowl has well defined decoration with foliage and birds Formerly with lid and “invisible repair” to hairlines. Outstanding as a centerpiece with flowers. You will not find a larger one. H9 3/4″, d. 12′. $290.
Imari bowl, 19th c. 8 ½” diameter. $165.
Imari bowl, late 19th century, scalloped rim. 8 ½’ diameter. $125.
Japanese ovoid jar, late 19th or early 20th century pottery jar in marvelous drizzled glaze of blues, reds, and browns. No repair. H.19”, d. 15. $275.
16th century Oriental porcelain. Plates 8”. $170 each.
Chinese export armorial porcelain. D. 8”. $395 the pair.
Chinese fish bowl, Republic.15″ d. $295.
Nicely detailed Japanese Satsuma. Here is a good pair and single vase, all in small mantle size. Note, minor invisible rim repairs. These are late 19th century. Height 3 3/4″. The group $295 net.
Canton mid 19th century creamers. From left to right: $120., $110., $130., $130.
Canton covered vegetable dish. 10″. 325″.
Reticulated mid 19th century Canton fruit box (8″) and tray (8 1/2″).
19th century sauce boat. $295.
19th century rectangular seal box. 4″. $95.
18th century Chinese. 12 1/2″.
Canton 19th century warming dish. No repair. 10 3/4″ x 9″. $265.
Japanese open bowl with scalloped edge and floral decoration, late 19th century. 12 1/4″. $250.
Chinese vase with Kangxi mark, 19th century. 20″. Call for condition report. $845.
Late 18th/early 19th c. Chinese punch bowl. As found, with some hairline cracks. 11 3/4″. $355.
Japanese Imari charger, late 19th/early 20th c. Minor rim chip. $165.
Chinese export plate, 18th century, 9″. No damage or repair. $95.
Chinese export Rose Medallion punch bowl, 19th century. No damage. Diameter 11 ¾”. $1195.
Chinese export porcelain, 19th century, notched corner bowl, Rose Medallion pattern. No damage. $975.