A RARE LONGQUAN CELADON OPENWORK PEAR-SHAPED DOUBLE VASE MING DYNASTY, CIRCA 1450-1550 The flattened, pear-shaped outer body surrounds an inner tubular body and has an openwork design of peony and camellia rising from rocks on either side of a shou character on one side and pomegranate and chrysanthemum rising from waves to flank a fu character on the reverse, below a band of key fret at the base of the neck ... 9 in. (23 cm.) high, stand SOLD for $16,250
Bowl, Ming dynasty (1368 - 1644, China, alternate layers of red and black lacquer, 7.4 x 11.0 x 11.0 cm.Gift of Charles Binnie 1939, 6956.2. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (C) Art Gallery of NewSouth Wales, Sydney
Chinese Lungquan Ware Bowl thickly applied light green glaze with subtle crackles, natural clay visible on underside. Diameter 5 in.
FINE AND RARE LONGQUAN CELADON BASIN CENTURY. The exquisitely shaped body with deep rounded sides rising from a short straight foot, applied with a brilliant pale-green glaze transmuting to a sea-green color at the rim, cm
A Rare Ming Dynasty Longquan Porcelain Vase of baluster form, cylindrical neck, elephant-head-shaped handles around shoulder pending two rings, celadon glaze with attractive crackle network while falling brown on the rim
The Baoyizhai Collection of Chinese Lacquer, Part 2 | Sotheby's