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Collecting Guide: 10 things you need to know about Chinese ceramics

A magnificent and fine blue and white 'Dragon' hu-shaped vase, Qianlong six-character archaistic seal mark and of.

Chinese Qing Dynasty  Bottle Vase, Qianlong period, 1736-1795  #ceramics #pottery

Chinese Qing Dynasty Bottle Vase, Qianlong period, porcelain with turquoise glaze overall: 23 x cm x 5 in.

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A Magnificent, Fine and Extremely Rare Yellow-Ground "Yangcai" Vase. Seal Mark and Period of Qianlong

Shallow dish, Jun ware Chinese , Northern Song Dynasty | Date: 11th–12th century | Stoneware with blue glaze | Ceramics

This one, I think, may indeed be Northern Song. (I was later gratified to discover that the Met agrees with me!

Moon-shaped flask with birds, Yongzheng mark and period, AD 1723-35 - British Museum, Sir Percival David collection

Moon-shaped flask with birds, Yongzheng mark and period, AD - British Museum, Sir Percival David collection

English Walnut Secretary Styled with Blue and White Chinese Ceramics

Blue and White Double Happiness Ginger Jar

Blue and white groupings that incorporate different Chinese motifs create an interesting and collected look . This jar's height works well in a multi-level grouping. It also fits perfectly in a secret

Corporate Logos as Traditional Chinese Ceramics by Li Lihong

Corporate Logos as Traditional Chinese Ceramics by Li Lihong

Letter "M" - Corporate logo rendered as traditional Chinese ceramic three dimensional sculpture by artist Li Lihong (China, b.

Chinese Ceramic Tea Pot, of faux bamboo form 'nailed' with reinforcements, the recessed base marked 'Yang Chun[rong]'

Chinese Ceramic Tea Pot, of faux bamboo form 'nailed' with reinforcements, the recessed base marked 'Yang Chun[rong]'

Corporate Logos as Traditional Chinese Ceramics by Li Lihong | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Corporate Logos as Traditional Chinese Ceramics by Li Lihong

Li Lihong - ceramic sculptures combining corporate logos with traditional Chinese imagery - via theinspirationgrid

Large Chinese Celadon Vase, 20th century, the blue-green celadon-glazed porcelain palace vase with a crackled glaze throughout, with an unglazed and unmarked underside, h. 34-1/2", dia. 13-1/2".

Large Chinese Celadon Vase, century, the blue-green celadon-glazed porcelain palace vase with a crackled glaze throughout, with an unglazed and unmarked underside, h.

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