Categories

Come on in! Join Pinterest today...it only takes like a second or so.

More like this: porcelain, bowls and squirrels.
Visit Site
Danny L.
Danny L. • 30 weeks ago

Chinese Kangxi Dynasty, (1661-1722) Porcelain Bowl, and Saucer, decorated with trees of fruit with cat and squirrel, in tones of green, red, orange, yellow and underglaze blue, square mark within double circle to base, d 10.5cm (bowl), d 15cm (saucer),

Related Pins:

CHINESE KANGXI PRUNUS PORCELAIN VASE. A stunning Chinese Kangxi prunus porcelain vase, with marks a the base, 7.75 inches H, no lid, exc cond.

AN UNUSUAL OCTAGONAL DRAGON BOWL, the exterior enamelled with four dragons in iron red on a cafe-au-lait ground, the corner panels with calligraphy in underglaze blue, the base with a six character Kangxi mark within a double circle, 7" across

AN UNDERGLAZE-BLUE AND YELLOW-GLAZED PORCELAIN 'DRAGON' BOWL, CHINA, QING DYNASTY, KANGXI MARK AND PERIOD (1662-1722)

AN UNDERGLAZE-BLUE AND YELLOW ENAMELLED PORCELAIN 'DRAGON' DISH, CHINA, QING DYNASTY, KANGXI MARK AND PERIOD (1662-1722)

CHINESE KANGXI MARKED PORCELAIN DOUBLE GOURD VASE Kangxi Dynasty mark on Bottom Floral Pattern with Man riding Ox and workers tending the field. Measures 7" Tall

Chinese Blue and White Glazed Porcelain Jar Kangxi Period (1662-1722) Of ovoid form, worked in white with two striding dragons between bands below stylized clouds at the shoulder, all on a medium blue ground, wood lid, base with Chenghua six-character mark; measures (13cm) 5" high.

A Gilted Chinese Qing Kangxi Period Mirror Blue Porcelain Brushpot, Size: H*D 16*19.5cm

Chinese Kangxi Blue & White Porcelain Plate Floral medallion in center surrounded by floral edge. Bottom with mark and additional flowers. 9.875" Dia.

A Blue and White Bowl, delicately potted with gently rounded walls rising from a short straight foot, painted in vibrant tones of blue with peony flowers on meandering leafy scrolls, all above a band of overlapping petals encircling the base. The interior is similarly decorated; Kangxi mark displayed on the base; together with an exact copy of the bowl of a later period. First Bowl: Mark and Period, Diameter: 4 5/8" (11.8 cm), Provenance:Ruth Gillard, East Bay, acquired during the 1960s.