Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer

Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer

Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer
RARE CHINESE ANTIQUE EXPORT HAND PAINTED GOLD OVERGLAZE PORCELAIN PLATE SAUCER. ONE HAIRLINE CRACK AND SOME LOSS OF GOLD AND PAINT!! 145mm / 5.7 – DIAMETER. ITEMS , DIRECT FROM MY 30 YEARS COLLECTION. ASK ANY QUESTION YOU HAVE , OR IF YOU NEED MORE SPECIFIC. DETAILS OR TO SEE MORE PHOTOS , AND I’LL ANSWER IMMEDIATELY! The item “RARE CHINESE ANTIQUE EXPORT HAND PAINTED GOLD OVERGLAZE PORCELAIN PLATE SAUCER” is in sale since Tuesday, December 9, 2014. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Plates”. The seller is “elecran” and is located in kiriat tivon, israel. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Rare Chinese Antique Export Hand Painted Gold Overglaze Porcelain Plate Saucer

Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324

Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324
Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324
Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324
Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324
Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324
Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324
Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324

Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324
Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324. Welcome to our shop. This is an excellent and exquisite Chinese porcelain green glazed gilded shallow mouth plate. There is a Chinese mark on the bottom. For more details, please refer to the pictures below. Don’t miss out this chance to get it. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324″ is in sale since Friday, February 28, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Plates”. The seller is “cacollectionshop” and is located in Tustin, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, United Kingdom, Brazil, Australia.
  • Color: Green
  • Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery

Rare Green Glazed Gilded Shallow mouth Plate Porcelain Dish YongZheng Mark X324

Rare Chinese Qianlong Gold Famille Rose Porcelain Fish Bowl Chien Lung Mark Old

Rare Chinese Qianlong Gold Famille Rose Porcelain Fish Bowl Chien Lung Mark Old
Rare Chinese Qianlong Gold Famille Rose Porcelain Fish Bowl Chien Lung Mark Old
Rare Chinese Qianlong Gold Famille Rose Porcelain Fish Bowl Chien Lung Mark Old
Rare Chinese Qianlong Gold Famille Rose Porcelain Fish Bowl Chien Lung Mark Old
Rare Chinese Qianlong Gold Famille Rose Porcelain Fish Bowl Chien Lung Mark Old

Rare Chinese Qianlong Gold Famille Rose Porcelain Fish Bowl Chien Lung Mark Old
WOW DON’T US LOVERS OF ANTIQUE CHINESE VASES, PLANTERS AND POTTERY LOVE TO SEE THAT NICE ROUND SMOOTH BOTTOM MAYBE SOME GLAZE CENTER. AND TO SEE IRON SPECKS ALONG WITH A REAL IRON MARK JUST ONLYS ADD TO THE PIECES AUTHENTICITY. WHAT YOU ARE VIEWING IS A FAMILLE ROSE WITH HEAVY GOLD BRUSHED PORCELAIN KOI FISH PLANTER. THE MARK BOTTOM SIDE STATES IS OF THE CHIEN-LUNG DYNASTY ERA NOTE THE KOI FISH HAVE THE ICONIC GOGGLY EYES. THERE IS IRON GATHERING INNER BOWL BOTTOM BY THE FISH THIS PLANTERS DEPICTIONS ARE OF ROYAL TOUCH. AND ALL OF THE GOLD? LOOK AT THE YELLOW JUST ABOUT IN RISEN FORMATION. THERE ARE ALOT OF REMAKES OF THIS VERY PLANTERS DEPICTION MOST WILL HAVE A MODERN BOTTOM AND NO MARK. THE NO MARK PART IS OK BUT NO MARK AND WRONG BOTTOM SAYS ALL OF THE WRONG THINGS. ALSO LOOKING SIMILAR ONES UP YOU WILL NOTICE THAT ALL WELL AT LEAST THAT WE HAVE FOUND WILL NOT BE FAMILLE ROSE AND JUST BRUSHED ON COLOR. THE RED PAINTED AS PILLARS OR DRAPES WILL BE A LIGHT DULL TONED RED. THEY WILL MOST LIKELY NOT CONTAIN THICK VIBRANT GOLD AND THE KOI FISH WILL BE OFF MOST TIMES. ALSO I WOULD LIKE TO ADD THAT REAL ANTIQUE PORCELAIN IS BRIGHT WHITE LOOKING AT THE WHITE ON THIS PLANTERS EXTERIOR IS AMAZING AND WHITE AS SNOW. THE FANNED WATER BRUSHED GREEN INNER WITH THE FISH IS AS THE ORIGINALS COME THIS IS THE PERFECT MANTLE PIECE. THE MEASUREMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS 9″ x 9″ x 7″ WITH THE TOP’S WIDTH IN AT 8.25″ WIDE AND IS IN OVERALL GREAT CONDITION. WITH ANTIQUE HAND COLORED WORKS THERE IS JUST NO TELLING WHAT HAS BEEN GLAZED OVER AND WHAT IT ALSO TOP PAINT. WE TAKE NO RISK HERE AT ARTERATURE IN LOSING DETAIL ON OUR OFFERED WORKS. THERE ARE A FEW VERY SMALL CHIPS BOTTOM SIDE THESE LOOK LIKE THEY CAME TO BE DURING THE FIRING PROCESS. THIS HAPPENS WHEN AIR COMES INTO CONTACT DURING PRODUCTION THIS IS COMMON WITH REAL PIECES THIS IS DEPICTED MAIN PHOTO. The item “RARE CHINESE QIANLONG GOLD FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN FISH BOWL CHIEN LUNG MARK OLD” is in sale since Friday, April 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Vases”. The seller is “arterature_gallery” and is located in Lawrenceville, Georgia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Featured Refinements: Qianlong

Rare Chinese Qianlong Gold Famille Rose Porcelain Fish Bowl Chien Lung Mark Old

RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix

RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix

RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix
A very nice and rare Kinrande porcelain bowl made by one of the most praised Japanese porcelain masters – Eiraku Hozen most likely around 1830 and crafted in the. Chinese Ming dynasty Jiajing era style. This is a piece by one of “The Three Famous Potters of Kyoto, ” Eiraku Hozen who spent his whole life and fortune perfecting his art and this style and dying penniless. He was the originator and masterer of this technique. His works are in the Metropolitan and other museums all over the world. Not a single chip on the rim! The bowl is painted in underglaze cobalt blue, iron red glaze and richly decorated with gold paint. The decorations depict flying phoenix birds and numerous flowers and floral motifs, while the inside bottom is painted in underglaze cobalt blue with a fine dragon. Some minor losses to gold / gilt leaf decorations on the inside, which are consistent with age and use. The bottom marked with an underglaze six character mark that reads. “Da Ni Pon Ei Raku Zho” – Made by Eiraku Japan. For a similar bowl, check an early 19th century Kinrande style bowl, Eiraku Hozen, Kyoto, Japan, crafted c. 1830, porcelain, underglaze blue, red enamel, gilding, currently exhibited at the – Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Canada. Kinrande style bowls were extremely popular both in China and Japan during the Chinese Ming dynasty era and a number of such pieces were produced at both places to satisfy the needs of the market. Absolutely scarce and rare collector piece and one of the rare antique porcelain bowls and objects. The bowl is a large piece measuring a 17cm (6.7″) in diameter and 9cm (3.55″) in height. The piece is guaranteed antique and authentic. At first, he was a “kasshiki”, an attendant charged with announcing mealtimes to the monks, working under Daiko Sogen at Daitoku-ji Temple. However, with Daiko Sogen’s help, he became an adopted child of Ryozen when he was around 12 or 13 years of age. After that, he researched the making of pottery, and in 1817 (14th year of the Bunka Era), he succeeded to the name of Zengoro. Then, in 1827 (10th year of the Bunsei Era), he, along with his father Ryozen as well as others such as Kyukosai Sosa and Raku Tannyu, were called upon by Lord Kishu-Tokugawa and engaged in Kishu Oniwayaki pottery. He was bestowed the signatures of “Eiraku” and “Kahin Shiryu” by Lord Harutomi, and since then he began to use “Eiraku” for his signatures, etc. In 1843 (14th year of the Tenpo Era), he left his business to his son Sentaro (who will later become Wazen) and took on the name Zennichiro. However, he left behind many remarkable works created even after this point in time. In 1846 (third year of the Koka Era), he was granted the name and signature of “Tokinken” by Prince Takatsukasa. In his later years, he took on the name of Hozen and proceeded to Edo. After that, he did not return to Kyoto and founded Konanyaki pottery at Omi. At one point, he was summoned by Lord Nagai of Takatsuki and was active in various regions in Takatsuki, making pottery such as blue and white sometsuke pottery. In terms of style, he mainly produced items used for tea and daily necessities, using styles such as the gold brocade kinrande style, blue and white sometsuke pottery, the Annan style, Cochi pottery and the Shonzui style. He highest appraised market value of art was over 3,000,000 JPY. Kinrande (meaning gold brocade) is a style of porcelain popularised in China during the middle years of the Ming Dynasty. This style became a popular export to Japan and was distinct for its dazzling, intricate and colourful decoration. It was called gold brocade in reference to textiles woven through with gold thread to produce a luxurious gold pattern on a coloured ground. This technique however, did not originate in the Ming period, rare porcelains from the Ding kilns of the earlier Song Dynasty already featured golden decorations. Although the wares were produced with the purpose of export for the Japanese market, this style of porcelain was very popular with the Middle Eastern traders as well. These wares generally tended to be of fine quality, with a thin, even glaze. Furthermore, the underglaze blue was of a very fine quality typical of Chinese Doucai. The Japanese-influenced decoration patterns included floral patterns such as chrysanthemums and were found predominately in red, blue and golden colour. The pieces can be recognised by their distinctive coral-red ground enamel with gold leaf decoration. These wares were costly to produce and required a very labour intensive process. The underglaze blue porcelain was enamelled all over with iron red and fired at high temperatures. Then a layer of gilded decoration was added onto the pieces, cut in sections from gold leaf and adhered with lacquer, then fired again at a lower temperature. A wide variety of marks were used on Kinrande ceramics of the Jiajing period. Some were Imperial reign marks, others included the date, place of production and even messages of good luck and fortune. The item “RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix” is in sale since Saturday, July 21, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Bowls”. The seller is “vicbg” and is located in Wien. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: 1800-1849
  • Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
  • Maker: Eiraku Hozen
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Color: Gold
  • Type: Bowls

RARE Eiraku Hozen Antique Japanese China Kinrande Porcelain Bowl Dragon Phoenix