November 15, 2016, 10:00 AM GMT
Newbury, United KingdomLive Auction
Lot 190: A group of Swanankhalok wares and a large Swatow charger , 14th-17th centuries(49 views)
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Description: A group of Swanankhalok wares and a large Swatow charger , 14th-17th centuries, comprising: a white glazed jar and cover, with three loop handles, 12cm high; a white glazed vase, 11.3cm high; a circular box and cover, possibly Sukhothai kilns, painted in overglaze brown and black, 9.5cm diameter; another similar small vase, painted in brown with dotted design, 4.6cm high; two small celadon bowls, 9.7cm diameter; a bowl, painted with central floral roundel in iron-brown, 29cm diam and a large Swatow charger, late 17th century, painted with flowers amid rocks, within a diaper rim, 39.5cm diameter (8) For a similar white glazed jar and cover see, Oriental Ceramics Society of the Philippines, Chinese and South-East Asian-White Ware found in the Philippines , p.122, pl. 149. -1 14-17?? ???????
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