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Porcelain teapot, decorated in the Famille Rose palette. Floral sprays, a lozenge border on the neck and lid. Gilding on parts, some missing. Sqaure-shaped handle. Export ware.
Earthenware horse on rectangular base. Highly detailed model, with red painted saddlecloth and traces of red pigment on the head. Tang dynasty, 618-906 AD.
Stoneware tea bowl decorated with jian yao or temmoku glaze. Song dynasty, 960AD-1279.
Blanc de Chine figure of Guanyin portrayed in a seated position. Made using moulds and applied details.
Stoneware tea bowl or chawan. Raku ware. Crackled pink-orange glaze covering a white and black slip decoration. Glazed on the inside. Swirl shaped base.
Small celadon bowl, blue-green glaze all over body. Spur marks on base and side. Glaze turns olive green on the rim and on one side.
Small porcelain or proto-porcelain cosmetics jar with cover. Covered on the outside with a white finely crackled glaze. Unglazed base and interior.
Proto-porcelain bowl with celadon glaze. Lotus scrolls incised under glaze on the inside and scroll band under rim. The outside is decorated with four lotus sprays. Spur marks on the base.
Proto-porcelain bowl with celadon glaze. Lotus flower incised on the interior. Lobed edges and gold lacquer repair. 1100-1200, Goryeo dynasty.