SOLD! for $283.00.
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5 early Chinese Ceramic items. 1st item: Ming Dynasty Canton (Ching Te Chen ware ) oil pot with blue and white decoration to body depicting various figures, retains lid. 1/4" rim chip and a 1/16" chip to spout. 2nd item: Early Celadon glaze small round dish, 5 1/3" diameter. Crazing and hairlines, 1/4" rim chip. 3rd item: Miniature pot or ginger jar with polychrome red and green decoration, unglazed neck, 4"H, very good condition. 4th item: Miniature ginger jar with blue and white decoration, unglazed neck, 5"H. Very good condition. 5th item: Chinese Ming dynasty ceramic plate with blue and iron red decoration of fish, 8 5/8" diameter. Provenance: collection/estate of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jeter Eason, Memphis, by descent to present consignor. A letter from Alfredo E. Evangelista, consultant on anthropology with the National Museum in Manila, dated March 12, 1968, on museum letterhead, certifies authenticity on the 3-colored vase, the blue and white vase and the fish-decorated plate, and attributes to the Ming dynasty. Letter also states the vases were found in Mindanao, Philippines and the plate was excavated in Santa Cruz, Laguna (Philippines). CONDITION: See item description.