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19th century antique porcelain from China. 7 inches. Very heavy porcelain hand painted with thick enamels. Marked as shown.
Condition: Separation in the porcelain right in the bottom mark, just from old age. Edge wear. The surface is beautiful. Please see the pictures.
Beautiful blue & white Oriental porcelain. Looks like a song bird pirched atop a bird house. 9 3/4 inches wide, 1 3/4 inches high like a pasta serving bowl.
We believe it is 20th century Japanese but do not read Asian marks.
Condition: No damage at all. Just real pretty.
Marketed for Ashby's tea. Marked "Ashby's Collectors Edition Painted by hand #1150 made in China."
4 1/2 cup size. 4 inches to the tip of the spout.
Condition: Used but no damage. Clean and very usable.
8 1/2 inches. Scallop shape with a vase and flowers in bright Imari colors, orange, blue with green leaves. Japan Meiji period late 1800s to early 1900s.
Entirely hand painted with the exception of the blue, which is stenciled, (a common Japanese practice at the time.)
The hand painting, a little rushed and sloppy perhaps, but that lends a refreshing naivety to the piece and a welcome change from the usual buttoned down meticulousness of Japanese decoration. It's a reminder of the carefully calculated carelessness that the Japanese introduced into their tea ceremony ware deliberately to get away from the stiff formality of high society....Robert S., Justanswer.
Deep red and gold around the rim. Creamy yellow center band with flowers. Measures 6 inches across the tab handles. Marked "Hira China, Occupied Japan" 1945-52.
Condition: Excellent, little to no signs of use.
Tiny tea bowl black so called penciled in rose floral with delicate gilt to highlight the flowers and feathered rim. Circa 1790s China.
The tea bowl is only 2 7/8 inches across. The saucer is 4 5/8.
Condition: The tea bowl has a speck of a chip on the rim. The saucer is cracked in the center. It does not appear to have extended beyond the foot rim.