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Antique Chinese Celadon Jar in Yue Style Made in the Qing Dynasty

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    This beautiful pair of blue and white Chinese porcelain jars was made circa 1875 during the reign of the Guangxu Emperor. They are hand-painted in exquisite cobalt blue and are magni...
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  • Pair Large Chinese Guardian Lions Qing Dynasty 19th Century
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    These magnificent Chinese temple lions are true works of art, masterfully crafted with incredible attention to detail. The bulging eyes, sharp ears, open mouth, and fluttering mane are expertly rendered, creating a pair of stunning creatures that are truly alive with energy and movement. The expressive faces of these lions are captivating, and the fact that they are a "true" pair, meaning a male and a female facing each other, adds to the sense of interaction and action. These lions are made of stoneware and painted in the traditional Chinese sancai three-color glaze on a light brown ground; dating to the late Qing period, they are covered in rich green, blue, and amber glazes. The intricate detailing and rich colors are breathtaking, making these lions a treasure. Temple lions, also known as lion dogs, are celebrated for their auspicious symbolism and are believed to protect the peace and prosperity of one's home. These lions are beautiful works of art and bring good luck and prosperity to the home they are placed in. Dimensions: 17" Height x 16" Length x 6 1/2" Depth. Condition: Excellent Price: $6,800 Background of Chinese Temple Lions: Chinese guardian lions...
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  • Pair Chinese Blue and White Covered Jars Hand Painted Qing Dynasty Circa 1880
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    This pair of hand painted blue and white Chinese porcelain jars was made in the late Qing Dynasty in the Guangxu Era circa 1880. Each jar is expertly hand-painted in shades of cobalt...
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  • Qing Chinese Porcelain Bowl with "Longevity" Symbols Made Late 19th Century
    Located in Katonah, NY
    We are delighted to offer this small gem of Chinese porcelain art. Made late in the Qing Dynasty in the late 19th century this bowl is decorated on the exterior with vegetation, flo...
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  • Pair Antique Chinese Porcelain Plates Famille Rose Made Circa 1770
    Located in Katonah, NY
    This pair of lovely Chinese porcelain plates were hand painted in the Famille Rose style in the mid-18th century. The center of each plate is painted in delicate colored enamels and ...
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  • Chinese Export Porcelain Plate Judgement of Paris Made Circa 1750
    Located in Katonah, NY
    A rare Chinese export porcelain plate showing the Judgment of Paris. The delicately painted figures derive from a painting by Jean Paul Rubens. Made during the Qianlong Reign, circa 1750, the plate shows the goddesses Venus, Minerva, and Juno on one side and Paris on the other side. Charged by Jupiter to pick the most beautiful of the three, Paris selects Venus and awards her the golden apple. The scene shows Rubens' version of idealized feminine beauty. The rim of the plate is decorated with a rose-red flower band. Dimensions: 9 inches diameter Condition: Excellent Price: $900 Background This dish was made exclusively for the European market based on the well-known Greek story from Homer, in which Paris, the son of the King of Troy, had to choose between several Goddesses to decide which one of them was the most beautiful. According to Greek and Roman mythology, picking Venus as the most beautiful of the three goddesses...
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