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Col Hartley's Collection

Gallery 4: Asian Porcelain, etc., General



MS1311 Lot 120
Twelve Old & Antique Asian Ceramic Vases
Group of 12 old and antique Chinese and Japanese bottle form vases and sake bottles, various types and glazes, including: coral red, Kutani, one with lid, one celadon-type, crackle glazed, etc. (some minor wear, one repaired rim); H: 7" (tallest)


MS1304 Lot 190
Group of Various Asian Ceramics
Group of ceramics, including: antique Choson Korean vase (crack and rim repair); Shigaraki yaki vessel with handle and wood cover by Shunzan, signed; unusual double vase; Japanese glazed double gourd; Japanese covered lidded jar, signed; and 2 small glazed bottle vases; totaling 7 pieces; H: 9 1/4" (tallest)


MS1304 Lot 191
Collection of Mostly Japanese Ceramics
Collection of mostly Japanese glazed ceramics, including: tea bowls; covered globular jar; 3 miniature bottle vases; tripod vessel; cylindrical vase; covered bowl; handle holder; etc.; L: 6 3/4" (largest)


MS1305 Lot 228
Group of Japanese & Korean Tea Wares
Box of mostly antique, Japanese and Korean tea wares, including: various tea bowls, bowls, cups, one pedestal footed oil lamp, etc., various glazes (some small gold lacquer repairs); totaling approx. 18 pieces; D: 6" (largest)


MS1308 Lot 117
Group Various Japanese Boxed Tea Wares
Group of 6 various Japanese tea wares; peach glazed tea bowl; light green glazed tea bowl with incised and moulded calligraphy; peach glazed tea bowl with green calligraphy (rim repair); brown ovoid bottle with narrow neck and flared rim; celadon-type glazed tea jar with cover; and a reddish glazed tea bowl with some black; H: 5 1/4" (tallest), in wood boxes, some boxes signed



with doors open


display of lacquer and other items



Left: Japanese Nabeshima Seiji (after Sung style)
Right: Chinese K'ang Hsi celadon
Behind: Sung Lung Ch'uan dish

Nabeshima Seiji (after Sung style)


Tang tomb guardians

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