Volume 72
August 8, 2015
Asian Antiques on eBay This Week

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19th C. Chinese Famille Rose porcelains

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The Summer Slow Down is over! Asian listings on eBay have jumped!
Dear BidAmount - eBay users, 

 Some great listings this week, including some new sellers we've not featured before.

Check the items on the left hand side.  A nice big Burmese Buddha head, court necklaces, numerous jades, some good Ming and Transitional porcelains. 
 Thank you, 
Peter Combs
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the top Asian items currently on eBay. 24/7
 Ending Sunday and Throughout the Week. 
Fine 18th and 19th C. blue and white with over-glaze enamel porcelains
Chinese Scrolls, including several LARGE silk woven Kesi examples
Fine selection of 18th C. and 19th Export porcelain, jewelry and carvings. 
A large selection of fine jade and hardstone carvings, bronzes including gilt examples and fine Ivory. 
Ming and early Qing, as well as Silk, and good carved rock crystal.
A great selection of Rank Badges,
Famille Verte vases, inscribed
Famille Rose bowl, carved Jades and much more
A good grouping of predominantly Kangxi and earlier porcelains , bowls, dishes and jars.
A nice offering of snuff bottles and several good Blanc-de-chine from local estates. 
A good grouping of Chinese Export including an Armorial dish, rare Chinese silver tea strainer, jewelry and good reference books. 
A Kangxi basin, libation cup, carved Turquoise, Transitional period ewer and much more.  
A fine large auction of 17th and 18th porcelains including  Yen Yen  and fine bottle vases. 
Chinese Pottery Trade From the Han to Ming Dynasty
Sino-Western maritime trade has a long history since the southeast coast of China opened its overseas routes at a very early time. According to Hanshu , at least in the Western Han dynasty, envoys have sailed from the northern gulf of Xuwen , Hepu , China, to Sri Lanka and the surrounding area to undertake some simple tribute and trade activities .1 Due to the development of shipbuilding and marine technology since then, as well as the abandonment of land transport, China's maritime trade developed at an amazing pace since the mid Tang dynasty. Then the ceramics began to be exported in large amounts and sold in overseas markets as a unique type of international goods. Click here to read more.

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Peter Combs
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