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The Lobl Collection of Chinese Jades

A carefully curated selection of Chinese Jades from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Lobl.
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Qing Porcelain From Three Private Collections

An exhibition of Qing porcelain from three esteemed collectors; Tang Shaoyi, the first Prime Minister of China, Henry Mazot and Jeffrey Stamen.
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Imperial

Objects made for the imperial court during the Ming and Qing dynasties.
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Monochromes

Objects of single-colour.
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Blue & White

Blue & white pieces, synonymous with Chinese porcelain.
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Underglaze Copper-Red

Pieces with the use of underglaze copper-red.
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Imari Porcelain

Imari ware is a Western term for a brightly-coloured style of Arita ware, Japanese export porcelain made in Arita.
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Tang

Objects specifically from the Tang dynasty.
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Liao

Objects specifically from the Liao dynasty.
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Ming & Earlier

Objects from the Ming, Song and other dynasties.
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Famille Verte

Objects containing underglaze blue with enamels of red, green and yellow.
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Wucai

'Wucai' Chinese five coloured wares, predominantly red, green and yellow enamels combined with underglaze blue and the white body.
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Famille Rose

Objects of the aforementioned colour palette primarily identified by the use of a pink enamel.
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Cloisonné

Cloisonné pieces from the Ming & Qing dynasties
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Bronzes & Works of Art

Bronzes and works of art.
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Chinese Export

Objects made in China for the purpose of being exported to the West.
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Jade & Hardstone

Carvings made from Nephrite, Jadeite and other hard-stones.
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Blanc de Chine

Objects from the Ming and Qing dynasties made in Dehua County, Fujian Province, all with a white-glaze.
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Chinese porcelain for the Japanese market

Objects made in China for export to Japan and for use in the Japanese tea-ceremony, also known as kosometsuke or ko-akai.
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Japanese & Korean

Japanese and Korean ceramics.
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Paintings

Chinese paintings, typically gouche and watercolour.
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Furniture

Chinese furniture, largely plain polished wood, sometimes inlaid with semi-precious stones such as lapis lazuli, mother of pearl or lacquered. Usually made from Hongmu, Jichimu, Zitan, Huang hua li, Ji chi mu or Yumu.
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