Pair of Late 19th Century Chinese Gilt Blue & White Porcelain Bowl with Dragon. They are 3.65 inches (9.4 cm) tall by 8 inches (20.3 cm) wide. They are 4.6 Lb. They have dark spots, skip glazes, chips at the feet, and one bowl has flea bite chips at the lip (as seen in the photos). Some of the photos were taken under the sun. How we pack your item is at our discretion. We will pack your item(s) as soon as possible. Please have patience with us. THIS WILL NOT HELP YOU TO PUT YOUR ITEM AT THE FRONT OF THE QUEUE INSTEAD WE WILL PUT YOUR ITEM AT THE END OF THE QUEUE OR WE WILL CANCEL YOUR ORDER! For porcelain and fragile items, we will use double boxes with plenty of packing peanuts and bubble wraps to pack. You have only two choices. Keep the item or return the item. Please retain all the packing materials including the boxes. Please take photos of the damage areas and the outside box. We will submit all the information to the insurer for claims. You will be required to sign an affidavit to attest the information submitted. If the item suffered only partial damage, the insurer will pay for the partial loss or repair cost. You will need to provide an appraisal to prove the loss of value if you wish to claim partial loss. If you wish to claim restoration cost, you will need to provide an estimate written by a restorer. The price will be at market price to be determined by the consignor. The price will always be more and never less. Please note that we have provided studio photos and sunlight photos in some items. However, there might be some color variations due to the difference in different computer monitors and different lighting. Please also note that we may post additional photos after we list our items. So, please scroll all the way down to look for additional information and photos posted. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Pair Late 19C Chinese Gilt Blue & White Enamel Cobalt Blue Porcelain Bowl Dragon” is in sale since Friday, April 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Bowls”. The seller is “ggyy2u” and is located in Duarte, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
The Martin-Hurst collection is listed as a provenance for many excellent examples of the Imperial Chinese porcelain and many of his wares are referenced in various publication including G. Williamson book George C. The Book of Famille Rose. Even now, parts of his collection reappeared from time to time on sales at Sotheby’s (2008), Bonhams (2009) and Christie’s (2006). Other parts of his collection are in the world best museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY). Diameter at Midpoint: 26cm. For your consideration is this rare six-lobed blue and white’melon’ shape globular vase. Each lobe is decorated with a five claws dragon. Rising from the water, the Chinese dragon symbolizes benevolence, prosperity, longevity and the renewal of life. Ancient Chinese believed the dragon brought rain, good harvests and fertility. The dragon is yang and associated with the east and spring; and a symbol of the emperor when it has five claws. On the neck there is an upside down bat fu. On top of an ancient Chinese coin which can be a visual pun for “good fortune” or happiness fu. Because both characters are pronounced. Often the bat is shown flying upside down because the character dao. Meaning “to have arrived”. Therefore, if a person were to say “the bat is flying upside down” a listener could just as easily hear this as “happiness has arrived” which, of course, has a very auspicious connotation. Additionally, “a bat descending from the sky”. Sounds exactly like “happiness descends from heaven” fuzi tianlai. A Chinese charm or coin with a square central hole is sometimes referred to as an “eye coin” yanqian. Is pronounced the same as the word for “before” qian. Therefore, a picture of a. Creates a visual pun since saying there is a “bat on the coin” (fu zai yan qian) sounds exactly like saying “happiness is before your eyes” fu zai yan qian. Are on the other lobes on the neck which signifies the first month of the lunar calendar. The plum symbolizes courage and hope because it blossoms first and bravely stands against the dangers of winter. The item “& Antique Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Emperor Five Claws Dragons Vase” is in sale since Monday, April 10, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Vases”. The seller is “coins_collectibles” and is located in Sydney, NSW. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Colour: White
- Material: Porcelain
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Originating Region: China
- Era: 1700s
- Product Type: Vases
- Featured Refinements: Antique Chinese Vase
Chinese Qianlong Antique Blue and White Porcelain Pot Description This pot is made of chinese blue and wh ite porcelain , made in Qing Dynasty (Qianlong period), with dragon painting, very beautiful, measures 8.9 inch/227mm in max diameter, 3.0 inch/76mm of height, great art for collection. Material and Size Blue and wh ite porcelain, measures 8.9 inch/227mm in max diameter, 3.0 inch/76mm of height. The item “Chinese blue and white porcelain pot plate Bowl dragon vase old antique qianlong” is in sale since Thursday, December 7, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Bowls”. The seller is “liming-1988″ and is located in Shanghai, . This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Color: White
- Type: Pots
- Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
- Region of Origin: China
Antique Chinese Qing Qianlong Blue and White Double Dragon Porcelain Bowl. Here is a finely painted Chinese ceramic, good condition with normal wear and tear, measures about 150mm wide. All item will be carefully packed with real packing material, bubble wrap, Styrofoam, foam peanut, etc. We do our best to take professional photographs of each items we offer for sale along with accurate description. However, please keep in mind that different monitor quality and setting may create color tune difference on some colors. Please inspect your item immediately upon arrival. FEEDBACK: Your feedback is very important to us. We are eager to work with our customers. We believe in communication. The item “Antique Chinese Qing Qianlong Blue and White Double Dragon Porcelain Bowl” is in sale since Saturday, July 21, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Bowls”. The seller is “zero-distance” and is located in Livermore, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Region of Origin: China
- Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
- Type: Bowls