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Flask with Medallion Period: Ming dynasty (1368–1644) Date: early 15th century Culture: China

Flask with Medallion Period: Ming dynasty (1368–1644) Date: early 15th century Culture: China

Blue-and-white meiping, or plum blossom vase, Ming dynasty, 15th century

Blue-and-white meiping, or plum blossom vase, Ming dynasty, 15th century

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Celadon ewer with lotus scroll design. 13th century Korean, Goryeo Dynasty Honolulu Museum of Art

Celadon ewer with lotus scroll design. 13th century Korean, Goryeo Dynasty Honolulu Museum of Art

Chinese Kangxi Period Famille Verte Zun Vase, Qing Dynasty, decorated with groups of figures playing board games, Kangxi Period (1662-1722), 18" h.

Chinese Kangxi Period Famille Verte Zun Vase, Qing Dynasty, decorated with groups of figures playing board games, Kangxi Period (1662-1722), 18" h.

Art Nouveau Enameled glass Vase  - Galle 1895

Art Nouveau Enameled glass Vase - Galle 1895

Authentic Chinese MING DYNASTY GLAZED SQUARE PORCELAIN VASE China 1368-1644 AD

Details about CT PHOTO aos-047 Chris Evert Tennis

Authentic Chinese MING DYNASTY GLAZED SQUARE PORCELAIN VASE China 1368-1644 AD

Komai_Vase_1890_02.jpg

Komai_Vase_1890_02.jpg

Dish  Ogata Kenzan  (Japanese, 1663–1743)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 17th–18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Stoneware decorated with white and iron brown slip and blue cobalt under the glaze Dimensions: H. 1 3/8 in. (3.5 cm); Diam. 6 7/8 in. (17.5 cm)

Dish Ogata Kenzan (Japanese, 1663–1743) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 17th–18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Stoneware decorated with white and iron brown slip and blue cobalt under the glaze Dimensions: H. 1 3/8 in. (3.5 cm); Diam. 6 7/8 in. (17.5 cm)

宮村 秀明 Hideaki Miyamura, Japan

宮村 秀明 Hideaki Miyamura, Japan

Jars in this shape, which were used to hold slops, are often called leys jars, after the Dutch term for such vessels. This shape is often found in Chinese ceramics after the early sixteenth century; however, the quality of the porcelain used here suggests that it may have been made slightly earlier

Jars in this shape, which were used to hold slops, are often called leys jars, after the Dutch term for such vessels. This shape is often found in Chinese ceramics after the early sixteenth century; however, the quality of the porcelain used here suggests that it may have been made slightly earlier

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