Winter Associates, Inc.
Early Chinese Porcelain- Price Upon Request
Four early Chinese ceramics: two Jun vessels from the Song-Yuan Dynasty (960-1368), the first with sky blue crackled glaze and purple splash interior, calligraphic mark on base in black, collection/inventory label on underside, small chip to inner rim, comes with pierced and elevated wooden stand, bowl 7 1/4" dia., the second a dish with sky blue glaze, round with rolled lip, collection/inventory label on underside, surface scratches and two flat chips under rim, wooden tripod stand, dish 4 3/4" dia.; a Shiwan vase, Ming-Qing Dynasty (1368-1911), red glaze over pale green underglaze on molded round body decorated with the eight trigrams, comes on wooden stand, expected surface wear, 3 1/2" h. excluding stand; and last a celadon vase, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), bottle form body with pale green glaze over incised foliate and foo lion decoration, apocryphal Chenghua reign mark in underglaze blue on base, collection/inventory label on underside, isolated glaze imperfections, neck reduced, comes on wooden stand, vase 8" h.
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