A SMALL BLUE AND WHITE BRUSH POT TRANSITIONAL PERIOD, CIRCA 1635-1640 The sides are painted with a continuous scene of a scholar standing beside a tree in a garden, as an attendant carrying a wrapped bundle approaches, all between incised double-line borders at the rims. 6½ in. (16.7 cm.) high
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A Ming blanc de chine stem cup.
China, possibly Yongle; Ming dynasty (1403-1424), Jiangxi (province), Jingdezhen. Porcelain bottle vase of yuhuchun form, with a pear-shaped body, narrow neck and flaring mouth rim. Decorated in underglaze blue. Band of lingzhi fungi below the mouth rim, plantain leaves and lotus flowers on the neck, and lily plants with a butterfly on the body. Glazed base.
Momoyama period late 16th century, Katami, Oribe ware (green copper glaze and bold painted design. It was the first use of colored stoneware glaze by Japanese potters.)
A large blue and white tripod censer, Ming Dynasty, Jiajing-Wanli period (1522-1619)