Porcelain

Chinese Porcelain Bowl PO07

This Chinese porcelain bowl on an oriental stand, circa 1800, measures 4-1/2"H x 13-1/4"W. Details include peacock, flowers, vines, and cartouche design inside the bowl. It was purchased in 1972 from the Medical Auxiliary Show from Mrs. D.E. Siebert, Norfolk, VA. Price: $850.00

Canton Ware Blue And White Asparagus Platter PO14

This Canton ware (Nanking) blue and white asparagus platter measures 10"L x 6-3/4"W x 3/4"H. The vase design features flowers, a fence, and rocks, with a wide border of Oriental fretwork. It was purchased in 1970 from Antiques Warehouse, Richmond, VA. Price: $150.00

Chinese Porcelain Plate PO17

This 18th century Chinese porcelain bowl comes with a teakwood stand. It features 4 white scenes and 1 large center scene on a deep rust red ground. It measures 13-1/2" in diameter. It was purchased in 1972 from the estate of Herman O. Swanson, Fredericksburg, VA. Price: $300.00

Famille Rose Porcelain Charger PO22

This Famille Rose porcelain charger, from China, circa 1750, is 14" in diameter and features a pink and blue stork and fence design. The plate has notched edges. It was purchased in 1972 from Edward Nowell, Wells, England. Price: $650.00

Famille Rose Porcelain Bowl PO23

This Famille Rose porcelain bowl measures 9 1/3” wide x 3 ¾” deep with a faded celadon interior. This bowl features large magenta chrysanthemums. It was made in China, circa 1750, and was purchased from Roy Blanks in 1972. Price: $500.00

Pair of Famille Rose Porcelain Plates PO24

This pair of Famille Rose plates is paler in color than the others. The pair, circa 1750, was purchased from Zene Walker, Burford, England in 1973. Price: $550.00 for the pair

Pair of Porcelain Tea Bowls PO25

A pair of unmatched Famille Rose tea bowls, circa 1750, feature a fence, stork, chrysanthemums, etc. Each measures 2 5/8” high with a 3 ¼” diameter. They were purchased 1973 from Vital Juel, Kensington Church, London, England, in 1973. Price: $250.00 for the pair

11 Famille Rose 9” Plates PO26

These 11 Famille Rose plates each measure 9” in diameter and were made in China, circa 1750. They were purchased from Peter Mack Brown, Washington, DC, in 1973. Price $350.00 each or $3,600.00 for all

Famille Rose Oval Porcelain Plates PO27

These are 2 Famille Rose oval bone or vegetable plates. Each plate measures 11½” long by 7½” wide and features a Famille Rose design of pink chrysanthemums in an oriental vase with assorted flowers; the colors are mainly pink, green and blue. They were made circa 1750 during the Chien-Lung period. Purchased from Peter Mack Brown, Washington, DC in 1973. Price: $1,000 for the pair

Chien-Lung Platter and Tureen PO30

This Chien-Lung platter measures 7-1/2"L by 5-1/2"W x 1"H. It features a pagoda and village scene with a meandering border in blue and white. The tureen measures 7"L by 4-3/8"W x 2-1/4"D and features a village boat scene. The tureen, while missing its top, has water buffalo head handles. Both the platter and tureen are from China, circa 1726 - 1795. They were purchased from Barry Chan in the Hypermarket, London, England. Price: $225.00

Famille Rose Porcelain Chocolate Pot PO32

This Famille Rose porcelain chocolate pot, made in China, circa 1750, measures 12" high. It features chrysanthemums, a maple tree, and a large blue rock. It was purchased in 1973 from Peter Mack Brown, Washington, D.C. Price: $800.00

Battersea Box PO43

This Battersea porcelain box (from England, circa 1750), features 3 men on top and scenes around the exterior - top is broken off box hinge. It measures 3" wide x 1-1/2" high. It was purchased from Demas, Ltd., London, England in 1973 Price: $450.00

Battersea Porcelain Egg PO44

This mauve porcelain Battersea egg from England, circa 1750, has a brass closure and porcelain interior with a flower design. It is 2" long to hold a lady's sewing thimble. It was purchased in 1973 from Demas Ltd., London, England. Price: $400.00

Battersea Porcelain Etui PO45

This Battersea porcelain Etui from England, circa 1750, measures 2" long for a lady's sewing scissors. It was purchased in 1973 from Demas Ltd., London, England. Price: $400.00

Havilland Limoges Oval Platter PO49

This Havilland Limoges oval platter, from France, has a pink and brown chrysanthemum design and measures 20" x 14". It was purchased in 1969 from the Collegiate School Auction, Richmond, VA. Price: $200.00 Decorating tip: The platter goes well with a full size turkey at Thanksgiving or Christmas.

Haviilland Limoges Soup Tureen PO50

This Havilland Limoges soup tureen, from France, has a pink and brown chrysanthemum design. It measures 12" long x 7" high x 8" in diameter. The top has been repaired. It was purchased in 1969 from the Collegiate School Auction, Richmond, VA. Price: $100.00 Decorating tip: Place fresh flowers in the tureen while on the platter as they sit in the middle of a dining room table.

Famille Rose Porcelain Charger PO55

This Famille Rose porcelain charger, circa 1760, measures 12-1/2" in diameter and features a pagoda and tree design. Colors are turquoise, orange, and pink with a distant mountain. It was purchased in 1973 from Roy M. Blanks, Antiques Warehouse, Richmond, VA. Price: $600.00

Battersea Porcelain Box PO59

This Battersea porcelain box (circa 1760) features two men on top and one man on each of the four sides. The top is disconnected from the base. The box measures 1-7/8" long x 1-1/8" high. It was purchased in 1974 from H. Danker, Dublin, Ireland. Price: $180.00

Famille Rose Porcelain Bowl with Scalloped Edge PO71

This porcelain bowl with scalloped edge, circa 1765, measures 10 ¼” wide x 6 ½” base x 3” deep. The bowl features a chrysanthemum, fence, and rock design. It was purchased 1978 at Christie’s Auction, London, England. Price: $600.00

Famille Rose Sconce PO72

This Famille Rose sconce is from the Chien-Lung period in China, circa 1750. It features two Fu dogs and Buddha. It has a double-oxidized arm. It measures 10-1/2" wide x 16-1/4" high, and was purchased in 1978 from Roy M. Blanks, Antiques Warehouse, Richmond, VA. Price: $2,500.00

Two Dutch Delftware Jars PO75

These two Dutch Delftware jars, circa 1785, each have parrot tops and a man fishing design on the bases. Individually they measure (without tops) 8 ½” high x 6” wide and (with tops) 12 ½” high x 6” wide. They were purchased in 1980 from Antiques Warehouse, Richmond, VA. Price: $3,000.00

Mandarin Bough Pot PO84

This Mandarin Bough Pot with top was made in China, circa 1745 - 1760. One handle has been repaired. The pot measures 8" high x 7-1/2" wide. It was purchased in 1985 from Antiques Warehouse, Richmond, VA. Price: $3,000.00 Decorating Tip: Holds wonderful fresh flowers.

Ming Period Incense Burner PO88

This is a Ming Period Porcelain incense burner that has been converted in the 19th century to a candle pricket of brass . It measures 6 ¾” high x 4” wide and features chrysanthemums, people, and Chinese characters. It was purchased from Sotheby’s Auctions in 1985. Price: $1,200.00

Porcelian bowl on stand WC 19

Chinese export bowl on wooden stand - floral motif minor crack in 5 1/2" diameter bowl Price $100

Famille Rose Plate WC 82

Chinese export - circa 1760 8 1/4" diameter minor chip along short crack at top edge Price $95

Tall Table Lamp - RD85

Chinese floral lamp - porcelain vase - polychrome decorated - Chinese - wooden urn finial - cloth shade above fixture cap above brass cap - vase with bulbous rim above shaped neck and bulbous base on white background - with dragons and flaming pearls - pierced wooden base - good condition - 34 1/2” H - circa 19th century. Price $450.

Chinese floral lamp - RD 97

Porcelain vase - polychrome decorated - Chinese - 32” H -Jade leaf finial - cloth shade - rod with fixture above brass cap and vase with floral design on black background - neck with two applied dragon handles & flaming pearls - bulbous body - pierced wooden base - good condition - circa 19th century. Price $400. Chinese Porcelian Lamp - WC 92a Family motif on rusty red background - stylized dragon handles - wooden base. c. 1760. Height is is 27 1/2"H. Price $250.

Pair of lamps - WC75

Hexagonal porcelain vases - polychrome decorated - Chinese - brass urn finial above cloth shade - rod with double bulb above brass cap - vase decorated with people in landscapes - wooden base - drilled - good condition - 29 1/4” H c. late 19th century Price $250

Chinese Porcelian Lamp - WC 92a

Family motif on rusty red background - stylized dragon handles - wooden base. c. 1760. Price $250.

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