Chinese Ceramics From Tang to Song

Available Pieces
  • 41. R1115

    £POA

    Chinese ceramic Longquan celadon glazed bottle vase, ping, with pear-shaped body cylindrical neck, everted rim and gently tapered foot rim, covered overall and extending to the interior and base with a pale light celadon glaze falling short of the brown burnt knife- cut rim.

  • 42. R1080

    £28,000

    Chinese ceramic Longquan celadon glazed bowl, wan, of deep form with gently rounded sides and short small foot rim, moulded with twenty-two relief lotus petals, covered overall including the base in a bright pale celadon glaze falling short of the burnt brown knife-cut foot rim.

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Ming & Earlier

Objects from the Ming, Song and other dynasties.

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.

Tang

Objects specifically from the Tang dynasty.