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Chinese Famille Rose Over Celedon Porcelain Vase. Finely painted to depict lotus blossoms, insects, and fruit, the glaze finely crackled, base with remnants of a Qianlong seal mark in red, raised on hardwood stand, vase measures 8"H.

Chinese Famille Rose Over Celedon Porcelain Vase - base with remnants of a Qianlong.

A Rare Imperial Embroidered Yellow Silk Twelve Symbol Dragon Robe, Ji Fu, from the Qianlong Period Photographic Print at Art.com

A Rare Imperial Embroidered Yellow Silk Twelve Symbol Dragon Robe, Ji Fu, from the Qianlong Period Photographic Print at Art.com

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X A blue, white, and gold gallery-size porcelain vase is glazed with a pomegranate motif.

A Celadon vase China, Qing Dynasty, Jiaqing period   A baluster-shaped vase with elegant pal green color, slip decorated with floral motifs, butterflies and ''Fu'' and ''Shou'' symbols. h 32 cm

A Celadon vase China, Qing Dynasty, Jiaqing period A baluster-shaped vase with elegant pal green color, slip decorated with floral motifs, butterflies and ''Fu'' and ''Shou'' symbols. h 32 cm

Chinese "Famille Jaune" Ginger Jar / Bird and Floral Design/ Unmarked and Unknown Age

Stem Cup, 1426-1435 China, Jiangxi province, Jingdezhen , Ming dynasty (1368-1644), Xuande mark and period (1426-1435) porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze red enamel decoration, Overall - h:9.00 w:9.90 cm (h:3 1/2 w:3 7/8 inches). John L. Severance Fund 1957.60 Cleveland

Stem Cup, China, Jiangxi province, Jingdezhen , Ming dynasty Xuande mark and period

木器美

Here are some fine examples of intricately carved beams that feature in various Chinese temples and houses. These images depict Chinese dragons and other mythological images, that were used both as a display of wealth, but also to protect the building fr

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