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A Superb Canton Porcelain Plate.

A Superb Early 19th.Century Canton Porcelain Plate.  An exceptionally well decorated Canton Famille Rose plate dating from the Jiaqing or early Daoguang period (1800-30). Painted with a scene of ladies and attendants conversing on a terrace. The cavetto and rim finely painted with an '100 Antiques' style design.  They measure 22.7cm. (9 inches) diameter. The back of the plate is undecorated.  There are no marks.



Good, no chips or cracks and only a small amount of wear to the decoration.
Item OR0009        Sold



A Large Chinese Jar & Cover. 'Clobbered' Decoration

A Large Chinese Jar & Cover. 'Clobbered' Decoration.  A truly exceptional example of an early 18th.Century Chinese export blue and white jar and cover that has been 'Improved' later in the Century in Europe by over decorating the original blue and white design with extensive polychrome enamels and gilding. This type of over decoration is generally ascribed to Holland but was also done in Britain.  Note that the jar had been used before the over decorating took place as there are two small holes drilled on opposite sides of the shoulder, presumably to secure the cover in place, it could well be why the cover has survived intact. The enamels and gold enters the holes showing the decoration was done after the holes were made. The areas of the vase that have not been over decorated the glaze has a silky matt texture, as though the jar was etched with acid prior to decorating to ensure a good 'key' for the onglaze decoration.  A truly outstanding example of this type of 'clobbered' ware.  Measures 23cm. high and about 20cm. diameter ( 9 inches high, 8 inches diameter)


Very good. Both jar and cover are in very good condition with just one or two minor frits and small chips. There are a few glaze cracks to the interior but they do not come through to the outside. The enamels and gilding are in truly exceptional condition, worthy of a Museum collection!
Item OR0010       Sold



Chinese Qianlong Period Leaf Shaped
Dish. c.1760-80.

A pretty Chinese export dish, probably originally a sauce boat stand. Painted in a pleasing shade of underglaze blue with a Chinese lakeland landscape scene. Measures 20cm. ( 8 inches) long by 15cm. (5.95 inches) wide.  Dates from c.1760-80


Good, just a few typical rim frits.
Item OR0011



A European Subject Bowl.

A rare European subject Chinese porcelain bowl.  Originally decorated in China with incised scroll patterns into the porcelain before firing and underglaze blue border patterns. The enamel decoration of a European couple sitting at a table drinking coffee, probably added in Holland.  It is believed that the scene commemorates the marriage of  Princess Anne of Hanover, daughter of George 11 of England to William 1V, who became Stadholder of the Netherlands in 1747.  Measures 16cm. diameter




Unfortunately cracked half way around the bowl and with another hairline from the rim. Also wear to the interior decoration. A rare item nonetheless..


Item OR0012       Sold


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