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A 17th Century Kakiemon Nigoshide Porcelain Bowl c.1670-1700. The Square Lobed Form with Steep Sides is Lightly and Indistinctly Moulded with What Might be Flowers. The Rim is Dressed with a Brown Iron Rich Kuchibeni (Meaning lipstick).

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A Century Kakiemon Nigoshide Porcelain Bowl The Square Lobed Form with Steep Sides is Lightly and Indistinctly Moulded with What Might be Flowers. The Rim is Dressed with a Brown Iron Rich Kuchibeni (Meaning lipstick).

A 17th Century Kakiemon Nigoshide Porcelain Bowl c.1670-1700. The Square Lobed Form with Steep Sides is Lightly and Indistinctly Moulded with What Might be Flowers. The Rim is Dressed with a Brown Iron Rich Kuchibeni (Meaning lipstick).

A Century Kakiemon Nigoshide Porcelain Bowl The Square Lobed Form with Steep Sides is Lightly and Indistinctly Moulded with What Might be Flowers. The Rim is Dressed with a Brown Iron Rich Kuchibeni (Meaning lipstick).

A Japanese Kakiemon Porcelain Bowl, Late 17th Century. Decorated Over a Nigoshide (milky white) Body with Prunus (Plum), Bamboo and `Banded Hedges`. The Potting of this Kakiemon Bowl is Very Thin.

A Japanese Kakiemon Porcelain Bowl, Late Century. Decorated Over a Nigoshide (milky white) Body with Prunus (Plum), Bamboo and `Banded Hedges`. The Potting of this Kakiemon Bowl is Very Thin.

A 17th Century White Moulded Kakiemon Porcelain Dish of Nigoshide Body. The Center Moulded in Very Shallow Relief with Bamboo, the Six Border Panels moulded with Chrysanthemum. The Rim with a Brown Iron-Oxide Dressing.

A Century White Moulded Kakiemon Porcelain Dish of Nigoshide Body. The Center Moulded in Very Shallow Relief with Bamboo, the Six Border Panels moulded with Chrysanthemum. The Rim with a Brown Iron-Oxide Dressing.

A  Ming Porcelain Bowl, Late Ming, Chongzhen Period 1628-1644.

A Transitional Blue and White Porcelain Bowl, Late Ming, Chongzhen Period The Shallow Form Painted with a Rabbit Gazing at the Moon in a Landscape. The Base with an Apocryphal Chenghua Mark, Ming Dynasty The Surface of the base Shows Chatter Marks.

SONG DYNASTY 12th or 13th Century

A Song Dynasty Qingbai porcelain moulded dish. The center decorated with the ‘Twin Fish’ design with waves and lotus flowers, representing marriage with children.

An 18th century Chinese export porcelain double handled sauce boat enamelled in London c.1755-1765, probably by James Giles or his workshop.

An century Chinese export porcelain double handled sauce boat enamelled in London probably by James Giles or his workshop.

A 17th century blue and white Japanese porcelain dish, Arita kilns c.1655 – 1670. The saucer shaped dish depicts a goose on the waters edge using cobalt blue and a wax resist technique called Sumihajiki. The base with a seal mark.

A century blue and white Japanese porcelain dish, Arita kilns – The saucer shaped dish depicts a goose on the waters edge using cobalt blue and a wax resist technique called Sumihajiki. The base with a seal mark.

An 18th Century Chantilly Soft-Paste Porcelain Bowl in the Kakiemon Style c.1735-1740. The Shallow Form with Steep Sides and a Barbed and Indented Rim is Decorated in Typical Kakiemon Enamels. The Design is Quite Close to the Japanese Kakiemon Original with a Branch with Flowers and an Elongated Wavy Tendril with a Flower-Head at its Terminus. The Exterior Similarly Decorated. The Rim Dressed in Brown Enamel to Imitate Japanese Fuchibeni.

An 18th Century Chantilly Soft-Paste Porcelain Bowl in the Kakiemon Style c.1735-1740. The Shallow Form with Steep Sides and a Barbed and Indented Rim is Decorated in Typical Kakiemon Enamels. The Design is Quite Close to the Japanese Kakiemon Original with a Branch with Flowers and an Elongated Wavy Tendril with a Flower-Head at its Terminus. The Exterior Similarly Decorated. The Rim Dressed in Brown Enamel to Imitate Japanese Fuchibeni.

A 17th Century Blue and White Japanese Porcelain Dish, Arita Kilns c.1660-1680. Decorated with a Panel Containing a Scene of a River Landscape with a Rocky Promontory and a Small Boat, this Panel Overlaps a Lozenge Shaped Panel. The Second Panel is Decorated in a Dark Blue Separated from the Lighter Cobalt Blue Background by Sumihajiki, the Subject is of Pine and Bamboo.

A 17th Century Blue and White Japanese Porcelain Dish, Arita Kilns c.1660-1680. Decorated with a Panel Containing a Scene of a River Landscape with a Rocky Promontory and a Small Boat, this Panel Overlaps a Lozenge Shaped Panel. The Second Panel is Decorated in a Dark Blue Separated from the Lighter Cobalt Blue Background by Sumihajiki, the Subject is of Pine and Bamboo.

A Japanese Kakiemon Nigoshide Porcelain Tripod Dish c.1680-1700. Decorated with Two Groups of Plants and Grasses Tied with Blue Ribbons Similar to if not `Banded Hedges`.

A Japanese Kakiemon Nigoshide Porcelain Tripod Dish Decorated with Two Groups of Plants and Grasses Tied with Blue Ribbons Similar to if not `Banded Hedges`.

A fine Kangxi blue and white porcelain Dragon and Carp dish c.1700. Painted in rich vibrant tones of cobalt blue with dramatic version of this design, a large sinewy dragon thrusts its self up through crashing waves below it a carp leaps from the foaming sea. To the left is another carp on the edge of a wave with a thought bubble filled with a slender dragon. The border with crashing waves and prunus flower-heads.

A fine Kangxi blue and white porcelain Dragon and Carp dish c.1700. Painted in rich vibrant tones of cobalt blue with dramatic version of this design, a large sinewy dragon thrusts its self up through crashing waves below it a carp leaps from the foaming sea. To the left is another carp on the edge of a wave with a thought bubble filled with a slender dragon. The border with crashing waves and prunus flower-heads.

A Northern Song Dynasty Cizhou Type Stoneware Jar of Mellon Form, 10th or 11th Century. | ROBERT McPHERSON ANTIQUES

A Northern Song Dynasty Cizhou Type Stoneware Jar of Mellon Form, or Century.

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