Antique Chinese Wu Shuang Pu Porcelain Plate Mark Qing, 19th c -Famille Rose\n\nSuperb and Amazing Plate with Famille Rose decoration from Daoguang Period. Very thin and fine porcelain with famille rose enamel colors, thickly applied depicting Kwanyin and Warrior on decoration with Medallions and Poem and Mark, as well as a scholar on the center.\n\nCondition: very good; no chips, hairlines or restorations. \n\nQing Dynasty Daoguang Period : 19th C.\n\n\n\nDiameter : 6.3 diameter Asian Antiques
Hella Jongerius. vases, set of three. 2005, glazed porcelain, terracotta. 11¾ dia × 13 h in. estimate: $2,000–3,000. Stamped manufacturer's mark to underside of each example ‘Ikea Design and Quality Ikea of Sweden Made in P. Republic of China Ikea PS Jonsberg’.
Tony Duquette. Kismet plates from the Park Plaza Hotel, St. Louis, set of ten. c. 1948, glazed porcelain. 9¾ dia × 1 h in. estimate: $3,000–5,000. Stamped manufacturer's mark to reverse of each example ‘Park Plaza St. Louis Shenango China New Castle, PA.’.
Nice and Large Blue and white porcelain plate, decorated with the well known pagode scene. Chenghua Marked at base but of Kangxi period.\n\nCondition\nOverall Condition; 1 chip, 1 line, 3 or 4 tiny chips and crackle lines in central plate\n\nAll will be packed neat and sent track and trace and insurance. Registered airmail\n Asian Antiques---
A polychrome porcelain deep charger, decorated with a scene of the Revolutionary Opera. Marked with 4-character mark Jingdezhen. China, 20th century. Diam. 36,5 cm.\nProvenance: bought in Hong Kong, 1991.\n\nCondition\nOverall Condition Perfect. Size 365mmx65mm\n\nPeriod\nAll will be packed neat and sent track and trace and insurance. Registered airmail\nPackages are always shipped on the next wednesday. If there is a specific hurry please contact us.\n\n Asian Antiques---
An excellent very high quality molded Chinese porcelain saucer with a central decoration of four widely blossoming peonies with stylized branches in a lovely underglaze blue inside a double circle. In the border a classical decoration of 16 ruyi heads on flower stems. On the backside 16 blossoms and a full six character Chenghua mark in double circle. Handcrafted in ancient China during the Qing dynasty, Kangxi period (ca. 1690).\n\nDiameter: 20,5 centimeter. \n\nCondition: This object is in abs
Antique porcelain cup and saucer with " View near Romney "\n\nSoft paste porcelain factory C.1802.\n The "Armorial" china attributed to Lowestoft was made in China. There is no regular factory mark. Some Chinese symbols were used. Some Lowestoft was sent from China plain for decoration in England.\n\nMarked " V "\n\nDimensions: \nCup's size: 8.5 x 6.2 cm\nSaucer's size: Diameter/height: 14.2 x 2.7 cm\n\nCondition: General used, has minor surface wear, has age related marks, otherwise good ove
A beautiful antique Chinese porcelain blue and white cup and saucer from the 18th century. Decorated with flowers and child. Very beautiful colour. Bottom with lin zhi mark.\n\nWooden base not included. \n\nCondition: good\nTiny firing flaws and signs of wear, please see photos.\nsome frits and edge chips on the cup, see the photos.\nSome tiny frits on the saucer, see photos. \n\nSize: \nSaucer: 11.5 cm in diameter\nCup: 7.8 cm diameter and 3.7 cm high. \n\n\nShipping costs worldwide: 25.\nShipp
The beautiful pair of finely crazed Famille Rose vases having a ocre brown body, extremely well enamelled depicting blue or pink dragons amongst peony and leaves, the shoulders with iron oxide mask and ring handles, the mouth with ruyi, the bases with an incised Chenghua mark, the pair surviving from the zeniths of eighteenth century China.
7 Rundschälchen, D: ca. 10-11 cm; 1 Becher, unterseitig mit Vierzeichenmarke, D: 8,5 cm; 1 Deckeldöschen, D 6,5 cm; 1 Löffel, L: 15 cm. Tlw. besch.. A group of 10 blue and white porcelains. China. 7 bowls, diamterer: 10-11 cm; 1 cup, underside with four-character mark, diameter: 8,5 cm; 1 little jar and cover, diameter: 6,5 cm; 1 spoon, length 15 cm. Partly damaged.
A very beautiful set of Chinese blue and white porcelain teacups in a high model. Very finely decorated with various flowers in panels. Very nice blue colour. Good white porcelain. High quality. Collector's quality. Both marked on the bottom, different marks.\n\nCondition: good condition.\n1 cup has a mini-chip on the standing ring, see the photos.\n1 cup has 2 mini-frits on the neck, see the photos.\n\n\nsize: 8.2 cm ø and 7.4 cm tall\n\nShipping costs worldwide: 25\nShipping costs to France:
A very fine and large decorated antique Chinese blue-and-white porcelain dish from the Kangxi period. Has a very beautiful colour and is very finely decorated with a pheasant on a rock and a peony with various flowers. Porcelain is very white in colour. The bottom is lightly decorated with a mark. \n\n\nCondition: good\nTiny firing flaws and signs of wear, please see photos.\nGlazing frits on the edge, see photos.\nSome glazing flaws in the decoration, see photos.\nSome chips on the edge, see p
Margaret Thatcher personally owned Christmas plate featuring a scene in Trafalgar Square, with ''Christmas'' at top and ''1983'' at bottom in gilt, from her time as Prime Minister. Border is moulded with a design of Christmas trees and holly. Bone china has printed factory marks from Coalport to underside. Measures 9'' in diameter. Near fine condition. A nostalgic remembrance of the Prime Minster, ideal for display.
Margaret Thatcher personally owned porcelain china, a dinner plate encircled in navy and gold. Handsome pattern by Royal Worcester is from 1982, likely used by Thatcher during her time as Prime Minister. With printed factory marks on underside. Measures 10.5'' in diameter. Some scratching to surface, and rubbing from use. Overall very good condition. An excellent display piece.
Margaret Thatcher personally owned porcelain china teapot, encircled in navy and gold. Handsome pattern by Royal Worcester is from 1982, likely used by Thatcher during her time as Prime Minister. With printed factory marks on underside. Measures 11'' at widest point x 7.25'' tall. Mild wear from use, including tea stain to underside of spout, but overall near fine. A very British memento from the iconic Prime Minister.
A Chamberlin's Worcester boldly-colored porcelain dinner plate in the "Japan" Imari pattern #982. England, 1820. Signed with hand applied mark. A rare and fine example of English porcelain, this hand painted piece features flowers in signature Imari colors of red and cobalt blue. See our other current listing for a set of eight salad / dessert plates in the same pattern.