Volume 66
June 27, 2015
Asian Antiques on eBay This Week

NOTE:  eBay auctions are ending Sunday and through Thursday . 
RARE Yixing Famille Rose Condiment Set, Chinese Silks
18 Lots of Chinese Porcelains
11 Lots, Famille Rose HAT Stands, Inscribed Bowls, Blue and white
77 Auction Lots of Chinese Porcelains
Over 174 Lots of Chinese Porcelains
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Most items closing between Sunday and Thursday this week.  Many good things closing Sunday and Monday.
Dear BidAmount - eBay users, 

As Summer rolls in, a number of seller's are on vacations and taking time off. Despite this, we've found a number of good things still being listed and may be excellent buys, as eBay Traffic is also less.  

 Thank you, 
Peter Combs

Our top picks for Asian Antiques on eBay this week
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 Ending Sunday and Throughout the Week. 
21 Auction Lots of 18th and 19th C. Vases, Bowls, Tea Pots and Vases. 
50 Auction Lots, Fine large Transitional Jar, Kangxi and Qianlong Plates, Famille Rose Statues
Hair's Fur Bowl, fine Ivory carvings, 18th and 19th Famille Rose porcelains.
Over 21 Lots of FINE Chinese Silver
Nice Buddha, TWO 18th C. "GE" type shallow bowls, crackle vase, and root form Yixing. Check his other 200 additional Buy It Now items
22 Fine auction lots of 17th to 19th C. Chinese Porcelains, Bronzes and Silk Robe
32 Auction Lots of 18th and 19th C. under glaze blue and famille rose. 
20 Fine Snuff Bottles
Chine de Commande and it's origins
During the mid 17th C. very little made to order porcelains were produced for the west, it all changed when in the late 17th C. private individuals in Batavia had Coats of Arms used as decoration. By 1700, not only were numerous designs being used but made to order pieces were being produced based on western shapes, created from print sources.  All of the earliest pieces, prior to 1700, were done in under glaze blue, enamels were introduced for these pieces after 1700.
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Peter Combs
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