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A Rare 19th Century Famille Jaune Biscuit Porcelain Ewer in the Form of a Brick Built Jingdezhen Egg-Shaped Kiln. The Side of the Kiln is Decorated with Butterflies. It appears this rare model of a kiln was in fact a ewer even though there is no lid. One of the examples sold at Christie`s had a removable and the few know examples have two loops of porcelain where the handle would have been attached. Presumably these novelty ewers were sold to tourists at Jingdezhen.

A Rare 19th Century Famille Jaune Biscuit Porcelain Ewer in the Form of a Brick Built Jingdezhen Egg-Shaped Kiln. The Side of the Kiln is Decorated with Butterflies. It appears this rare model of a kiln was in fact a ewer even though there is no lid. One of the examples sold at Christie`s had a removable and the few know examples have two loops of porcelain where the handle would have been attached. Presumably these novelty ewers were sold to tourists at Jingdezhen.

A Rare 19th Century Famille Jaune Biscuit Porcelain Ewer in the Form of a Brick Built Jingdezhen Egg-Shaped Kiln. The Side of the Kiln is Decorated with Butterflies. It appears this rare model of a kiln was in fact a ewer even though there is no lid. One of the examples sold at Christie`s had a removable and the few know examples have two loops of porcelain where the handle would have been attached. Presumably these novelty ewers were sold to tourists at Jingdezhen.

A Rare 19th Century Famille Jaune Biscuit Porcelain Ewer in the Form of a Brick Built Jingdezhen Egg-Shaped Kiln. The Side of the Kiln is Decorated with Butterflies. It appears this rare model of a kiln was in fact a ewer even though there is no lid. One of the examples sold at Christie`s had a removable and the few know examples have two loops of porcelain where the handle would have been attached. Presumably these novelty ewers were sold to tourists at Jingdezhen.

A Yuan Qingbai Porcelain double gourd shaped ewer and cover. Yuan Dynasty, probably Jingdezhen Kilns, Jiangxi Province, c.1300-1340. The handle in the form of an elongated dragon. The hand modelled dragon is crisply rendered and the whole ewer has a good bright clear glaze of a pale green blue.

A Rare Transitional Porcelain Polychrome Double Gourd Ewer and Cover. This ewer is of double gourd form and is decorated in under-glaze cobalt blue with over-glaze enamel decoration of scattered plant sprays.The base has a four character Xuande mark. For a very similar Transitional ewer, possibly painted by the same hand, from the Butler Family Collection see : Shunzhi Porcelain, Treasures from an Unknown Reign (Butler, Curtis and Little, Art Services International 2002) page122 item 19.

A Small Qingbai Porcelain Ewer, Yuan Dynasty Late 13th or 14th Century. The Baluster Form Moulded in Ill-defined Lower Relief with a Dragon Above Lappet Panels. The White Metal Mount and Cover are Probably 19th or Early 20thth Century Low Grade Silver from Indonesia. References : For a related Yuan Qingbai ewer see : Chinese and South East Asian White Ware found in the Philippines (Oriental Ceramic Society of the Philippines, Oxford University Press, 1993. ISBN 0-19-588615-1) page 75 plate…

A Rare Chinese Export Porcelain Ewer, Kangxi period c.1690-1720. Decorated in Under-Glaze Colours ; Cobalt Blue, Copper Red, and Celadon Green (Iron-Oxide). The Mounts Probably 18th Century. It is very unusual to find this colour combination on a Kangxi porcelain (1662-1722) ewer. Provenance : From an American collection.

A Small 19th Century Japanese Blue and White Porcelain Dish, Arita Kilns, Probably Shida kiln, c.1820-1840. Decorated with a Spiny Lobster and Stylised Two Rice Boxes. The Border and the Rice Boxes have Sumihajiki Decoration. The Front of the Dish was Prepared with a White Slip Prior to Painting, that Hid the Rather Inferior Quality Body.