Volume 63
June 6, 2015
Asian Antiques on eBay This Week

NOTE: Many very good eBay auctions are ending Sunday and Monday . 
Many auctions below ending Sunday and Monday
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MANY Items Closing Sunday and Monday more Later This Week. 
Dear BidAmount - eBay users, 

This week among the good auction items is a RARE Paktong marked box, numerous Ming pieces, fine monochromes and rank badges.

NOTE: See below Egmont_Hoorn is closing a 239 lot sale SUNDAY. 
 Thank you, 
Peter Combs

Our top picks for Asian Antiques on eBay this week
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Many Ending Sunday this week. 
30 Auction Lots of Ming and earlier ceramics as well as a RARE Korean Water Dropper
Fine 18th C. Carved Chinese panels, famille rose 18th and 19th C., Famille Verte Plaque, fine Beijing glass, 
Fine 18th and 19th C. Chinese Blue and white and Famille Rose, Ming dynasty Celadons, Song airs fur bowl , Ending Sunday!
A fine selection of 18th and 19th C. Famille Rose, monochromes including many good export pieces.
Famille Rose Buddha, Platters, Satsuma, a handsome Foo Lion
Nice Buddha, TWO 18th C. "GE" type shallow bowls, crackle vase, and root form Yixing. Check his other 200 additional Buy It Now items
40 fine auction lots, lots of 18th C. Blue and White, fine Yixing wares, vases, Kendi, silver mounted pieces. 
A small grouping of good objects, the green glazed plate could be Ming not early Qing. 
Over 100 Lots just listed last night!
18th and 19th C. Famille Rose Export Porcelain
Kangxi blue and white, Wucai, Famille Verte, Silver Mounted Porcelains. As ALWAYS a nice offering from Europe. 
The Start Of Gilded Porcelain
Gilding was first applied to Chinese porcelain during the first half of the 18th C. during the Qing Dynasty. The technique known as "oil gilding" was quickly shared with the Europeans where it became a common practice by the second half of the 18th C. in England, France and Germany.  It was most commonly applied in China to the then newly invented "Mirror Black" and Famille Rose porcelains of the day as well as under-glaze blue cobalt porcelains. 
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Peter Combs
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