A large Chinese blue and white 'kraak porselein' bowl  Wanli (1573-1619) Decorated to the exterior with lappet-shaped panels enclosing 'antiquities' alternating panels of lotus, peony and chrysanthemum, divided by small tassels, the interior with panels of peach above a roundel enclosing a bird perched on rockwork beside a flowering chrysanthemum, 35.7 cm. diam.

A large Chinese blue and white 'kraak porselein' bowl , WANLI

A Large Transitional Kraak Porcelain Blue and White Bowl c.1635 to 1650. Decorated with an Eclectic Mix of Styles, Including Borders with Tulips in the Turkish Iznik Style, Kraak Type Panels, Chinese Figures in Landscapes and European Style Houses in Chinese Landscapes. For three bowls in this late Kraak style that incorporate transitional porcelain elements see : Kraak Porcelain, A Moment in the History of Trade (Maura Rinaldi, Bamboo Publishing,1989) Pages 163 - 164 Plates 202 - 204.

A Large Transitional Kraak Porcelain Blue and White Bowl c.1635 to 1650. Decorated with an Eclectic Mix of Styles, Including Borders with Tulips in the Turkish Iznik Style, Kraak Type Panels, Chinese Figures in Landscapes and European Style Houses in Chinese Landscapes. For three bowls in this late Kraak style that incorporate transitional porcelain elements see : Kraak Porcelain, A Moment in the History of Trade (Maura Rinaldi, Bamboo Publishing,1989) Pages 163 - 164 Plates 202 - 204.

A charming finely-potted and translucent small Chinese deep cup with everted rim, dating from the late Ming Wanli period. An interesting cup, with the body moulded into the vertical panels typical of kraak wares but decorated in a freer style which does not follow the moulding of the body.  These cups with the bird standing on a rock in the interior are known as 'crow cups' in the Netherlands.

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A small blue and white 'five magpies' brushpot, bitong Kangxi (2)

A small blue and white 'five magpies' brushpot, bitong, Wenzhang Shandou four-character mark, Kangxi period - Alain.

A deep blue and white kraak porcelain bowl, China, Wanli period

A deep blue and white kraak porcelain bowl, China, Wanli period - Alain.

A large blue and white kendi, Qing dynasty, Early Kangxi period (1662-1722)

A large blue and white kendi, Qing dynasty, Early Kangxi period

Vase Qing Dynasty Kangxi Period. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Vase: Qing Dynasty Kangxi Period Soft Paste Porcelain, - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Incense burner with decoration of the Eight Immortals venerating the god of longevity, Ming dynasty, Longqing period, dated 1571. Jingdezhen ware; porcelain with underglaze blue decoration. Overall: 15 cm (5 7/8 in.) Other (diameter of mouth): 20 cm (7 7/8 in.). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. F. Gordon Morrill, 1979.783 © 2018 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Incense burner with decoration of the Eight Immortals venerating the god of longevity 明隆慶青花八仙拜壽圖香爐 Chinese, Ming dynasty, Longqing period, dated 1571

A LATE MING BLUE AND WHITE KRAAK PORSELEIN KENDI WANLI (1573-1619)

A LATE MING BLUE AND WHITE KRAAK PORSELEIN KENDI WANLI (1573-1619)

Chinese porcelain tea box, blue coin-style rondels, base with artemisia leaf, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi Period, 1662-1722 if of the period, probably 19th century, 6-1/2 in. Small lid chip, other minor glaze flaws.  Provenance: Bob Timberlake Collection.

Chinese porcelain tea box, blue coin-style rondels, base with artemisia leaf…

A blue and white lobed bowl, Kangxi six-character mark in underglaze blue within a double circle and of the period - Alain.

A blue and white lobed bowl, Kangxi six-character mark in underglaze blue within a double circle and of the
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