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CHINESE CERAMICS


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Chinese Cocoon Jar

 

Description: A footed and necked, grayware, ceramic cocoon jar, with polychrome, cold painted designs in white, black and terra cotta. Han Dynasty 206 B.C. – 220 A.D.

 

Dimensions:  H: 10” L 10 1/2”

 

Condition: Minor burial erosions, otherwise, excellent.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  M. Fellouzis, Florida, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $1,850 US

Chinese Incensor

 

Description: A coblet shaped grayware, ceramic vessel with mountain shaped conical pierced cover, resplendent with various beasts in raised relief.  Han Dynasty 206 B.C. – 202 A.D.

 

Dimensions:  H: 8 ½” (21 cm), Dia: 4 ½: (11 cm).

 

Condition: Excellent.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $650 US

Chinese Jar

 

Description: A brown glazed, ceramic jar of elegant form, embossed overall with various geometic patterns and modeled rope handles.  Western Zhou period, 1100 – 771 B.C.

 

Dimensions:  H: 7”, Dia 10 1/4”

 

Condition: Minor rim chipping, otherwise, good.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $1,500 US

Chinese Jar

 

Description: A celadon, green glazed, ceramic jar, surmounted with 5 jarlets, incised bands, footed.  Han Dynasty 206 B.C. – 220 A.D.

 

Dimensions:  H: 10 ¼” ” (27 cm), Dia: (20 cm).

 

Condition: Excellent, with minor burial erosion.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $1,250 US

Chinese Jar

 

Description: A grayware, ceramic jar of elegant proportions, having two Tao-tie shoulder masks and defined rim.  Han Dynasty 206 B.C. – 220 A.D.

 

Dimensions:  H: 13 ½”.

 

Condition: Burial encrustions, with stable stress crack.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zheu-Zhen, Washington, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $650 US

Chinese Jar

 

Description: A large elegant grayware, ceramic footed jar with incised bands and two Tao-tie shoulder masks.  Han Dynasty 206 B.C. – 220 A.D.

 

Dimensions:  H: 18 ½”.

 

Condition: Excellent.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu-Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $1,100 US

Chinese Jar

 

Description: A glazed, ceramic double lugged, brownware jar with embossed patterns overall of the Warring States Dynasty,

476 - 221 B.C.

 

Dimensions:  H: 10 3/8”, Dia 10 1/2”

 

Condition: Stabile, rim crack, otherwise excellent.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $1,250 US

Large Chinese Jar

 

Description: An imposing, grayware ceramic jar, with original lid, cold painted designs in white, black and terra cotta, having raised bands and Tao-tie masks.  Han Dynasty 206 B.C. – 220 A.D.

 

Dimensions:  H: 24”, Dia 14 1/2”

 

Condition: Excellent – minor paint erosion.

 

Provenance: Pennsylvania Collection, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $3,250 US

Large Chinese Jar

 

Description: An imposing, grayware ceramic jar, with original lid, cold painted designs in white, black and terra cotta, having raised bands and Tao-tie masks.  Han Dynasty 206 B.C. – 220 A.D.

 

Dimensions:  H: 24”, Dia 14 1/2”

 

Condition: Excellent – minor paint erosion.

 

Provenance: Pennsylvania Collection, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $3,250 US

Chinese, Neolithic Dou

 

Description: An elegant polychrome ceramic, double lugged Dou, in glazed colors of buff and terra cotta designs.

 

Dimensions:  H: 4 7/8” (12 cm), Dia 7 7/8” (23 cm)

 

Condition: Burial erosion, good.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $850 US

Important, Chinese, Neolithic Ewer

 

Description: A large burnished ceramic, glazed Ewer with two shoulder lugs.  Majiayo type, Gansu, Yangshao Culture.

 

Dimensions:  H: 34 cm, Dia 34 cm

 

Condition: Excellent.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price: Appraised Value $2,750 US

Chinese, Neolithic Ewer

 

Description: A large ceramic double shoulder lugged Ewer with glazed paint of the Gansu, Yangshao Culture, Majiayo type.

 

Dimensions:  H: 9”, Dia 9 ½”

 

Condition: Excellent.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price: Appraised Value $1,750 US

Chinese, Neolithic Ewer

 

Description: A Polychrome, glazed ceramic Ewer of elegant form, with two shoulder lugs and terra cotta and black designs of sun discs, bands and scrolls.

 

Dimensions:  H: 13” (33 cm), Dia 10 ½” (23 cm)

 

Condition: Minor burial erosion, otherwise, excellent.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $1,500 US

Important, Chinese, Neolithic Ewer

 

Description: A large burnished ceramic, glazed Ewer with two shoulder lugs.  Majiayo type, Gansu, Yangshao Culture.

 

Dimensions:  H: 30 cm, Dia 28 cm

 

Condition: Excellent.

 

Provenance: Ex-collection:  Zhu Xiao Ling, New York, USA

 

Price:  Appraised Value $2,500 US