Volume 65
June 20, 2015
Asian Antiques on eBay This Week

NOTE:  eBay auctions are ending Sunday and through Thursday . 
Two excellent reference books
Rare Brush Rest
Large Silk Panels
Silver  basin
Over 174 Lots of Chinese Porcelains
Chinese Silks
Massive Silver inlaid Charger, 26 inches wide.
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Most items closing between Sunday and Thursday this week. 
Dear BidAmount - eBay users, 

An eclectic mix this week, including a very nice Chinese seated bronze, good Ming through Qing porcelains, several sellers of good silks, a fine cased carved quartz or fluorite jar and much more.

 Thank you, 
Peter Combs

Our top picks for Asian Antiques on eBay this week
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 Ending Sunday and Throughout the Week. 
Nice Buddha, TWO 18th C. "GE" type shallow bowls, crackle vase, and root form Yixing. Check his other 200 additional Buy It Now items
18th and 19th C. Porcelains including a Famille Rose and Blue and White Vases, several large examples.

Ending SUNDAY, Rare Yixing vase, cloisonne, pair of vases.
Over 340 listings including Auction and Buy It Now items, 18th and 19th C. Porcelains., including Kangxi.
31 Fine auction lots of 17th to 19th C. Chinese Porcelains
32 Auction Lots of 18th and 19th C. under glaze blue and famille rose. 

Kangxi blue and white, Wucai, Famille Verte, Silver Mounted Porcelains. As ALWAYS a nice offering from Europe. 
Oxblood Glazes
Contrary to the common understanding of many collectors, Oxblood glazes did not originate in the early Qing dynasty during the later part of the Kangxi period in the early 1700's. The color had actually been first discovered during the earl Ming Dynasty while potter's were experimenting with copper - oxide. It's use was revived when a Lang Tingji a governor in the Jiangxi Province was appointed by Imperial Decree to supervise the kilns at Jingdezhen.  Many believe the term Langyao originated from these glazes being named after him.  (Lang Wares)
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Sincerely,  Peter

Peter Combs
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