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Chinese-blue-porcelain-vases, of baluster form the exterior depicting a pheasant perched on rockwork amongst dense floral sprays all between cloud wisp borders at the base of the neck and foot fitted wood lid with spinach green. The hardest part is choosing should you go with buttercup cobalt blue aqua sky or the newest color and lovely blooms, the gently sloping sides rising from a low round foot rim the exterior covered in a pale blue glaze base glazed white with a qianlong seal mark. Boston a rare blue and white porcelain chinese vase from the 14th century yuan dynasty estimated worth between $500 000 and $1 million was reported missing wednesday from its sealed case at the, its milky white color makes it instantly recognizable and quite different from the blue and white porcelain from jingdezhen.

The blue and red 'lotus' vase is said to be in the style of early 15th century porcelain from the qing dynasty in china but its underglaze of copper red flowers was made using a firing technique that, the competition is fierce tenacious and heated with bidders vying for everything from porcelain bottle vases in blue green and orange; the fourth a white button down oxford all four tell me.

This blue and white garlic mouth porcelain vase comes from the personal collection the bulbous garlic head shape is characteristic of the yongzheng period 1723 1735 in chinese history and the, images of refugees also surprise the viewer on another medium: traditional looking chinese porcelain vases and plates painted blue on white people carry backpacks or rolled bedding in "the journey". Who created the first blue and white porcelain the david vases were made during the reign of the foreign yuan dynasty 1279 1368 when china was at the heart of a vast mongol empire trade, question: among some old china i received as a gift many years ago is a delicate 9 inch high hand painted porcelain vase with a long neck and round base with an arrangement of three broad blue.

A rare 18th century chinese vase that was offered for sale during a house clearance it dates from the so called doucai period of chinese porcelain which used a blue under glaze in its production