A Qing dynasty green double gourd porcelain vase covered with scattered folly flowers spread by elaborate tied of floral springs, interior and the base covered in a blue glaze saved for the Qianlong reign period 4-character double frame seal mark in a white square. 15"H x 8"D
A blue and white bottle vase, Wanli period (1573-1619)
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.
Blue and white porcelain vase, China, Ming dynasty, 1st half of the 17th century.Raphael Chipault and Benjamin Soligny / Musée Guimet
Kendi en forme de crapaud en porcelaine décorée en bleu sous couverte, Chine, Epoque Wanli (1573 - 1620). Photo MILLON ET ASSOCIÉS
A blue and white 'pomegranate' ewer, Wanli period (1573-1619)