19th C. Chinese Blue Vases Chin Dynasty - A Pair on Chairish.com

19th C. Chinese Blue Vases Chin Dynasty - A Pair

19th C. Chinese Blue Vases Chin Dynasty - A Pair on Chairish.com

A Black-Glazed 'Oil-Spot' Bowl, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty

A Black-Glazed 'Oil-Spot' Bowl, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty

Northern China, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127) - Jin dynasty (1115-1234), glazed stoneware, Diameter: w. 22.9 cm (9 in); Overall: h. 10.1 cm (3 15/16 in). Gift of Ralph King 1915.379

Northern China, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127) - Jin dynasty (1115-1234), glazed stoneware, Diameter: w. 22.9 cm (9 in); Overall: h. 10.1 cm (3 15/16 in). Gift of Ralph King 1915.379

Chinese 19th C. Beautiful Chin Dynasty Bronze Foo Dog Incense Burner-Rare

Chinese 19th C. Beautiful Chin Dynasty Bronze Foo Dog Incense Burner-Rare

CHING QING DYNASTY BOWL TUNG CHIN PERIOD HAND PAINTED ENAMEL CELADON 10" BOWL  | eBay

CHING QING DYNASTY BOWL TUNG CHIN PERIOD HAND PAINTED ENAMEL CELADON 10" BOWL | eBay

Chinese purple splashed Jun bowl N. Song  Jin dynasties (960-1234 AD)

Chinese purple splashed Jun bowl N. Song Jin dynasties (960-1234 AD)

Black Floral Dragon Robe Kimono #Beautiful #Handmade #Silk #Embroidery #Art 78015 http://www.queensilkart.com/100-handmade-silk-black-floral-kimono-unframed-suzhou-silk-embroidery-art-78015/ The style of this garment has the name Dragon Robe, but not all Dragon Robes have a dragon design. Peonies are common symbol for the Empress and were popular decorations for ladies robes. This Dragon Robe came from the last Chinese dynasty, the Chin Dynasty.

Black Floral Dragon Robe Kimono #Beautiful #Handmade #Silk #Embroidery #Art 78015 http://www.queensilkart.com/100-handmade-silk-black-floral-kimono-unframed-suzhou-silk-embroidery-art-78015/ The style of this garment has the name Dragon Robe, but not all Dragon Robes have a dragon design. Peonies are common symbol for the Empress and were popular decorations for ladies robes. This Dragon Robe came from the last Chinese dynasty, the Chin Dynasty.

A carved Cizhou 'Peony' vase, meiping, Jin-Yuan Dynasty - Alain.

A Cizhou painted and incised deep bowl, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty (960-1234). 5 ¼ in (13.2 cm) high, Japanese lacquer cover, Japanese double wood box. Estimate $120,000-180,000. This work is offered in The Classic Age of Chinese Ceramics The Linyushanren Collection, Part II sale on 15 September at Christie’s New York:

A Cizhou painted and incised deep bowl, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty (960-1234). 5 ¼ in (13.2 cm) high, Japanese lacquer cover, Japanese double wood box. Estimate $120,000-180,000. This work is offered in The Classic Age of Chinese Ceramics The Linyushanren Collection, Part II sale on 15 September at Christie’s New York:

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