Volume 74
August 29, 2015
Asian Antiques on eBay This Week

NOTE:  eBay auctions are ending Sunday and through next weekend
Fine 18th and 19th C. porcelains
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Dear BidAmount - eBay users, 

As Summer winds down, eBay Asian antique dealers are getting back to work. This week we've found some nice silks, terrific porcelains, paintings and bronzes from a variety of sources in the US as well as in the European Union. 

Be sure to check them all and save this week's News-Letter as a quick link to items closing later this week. 

 Thank you, 
Peter Combs
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the top Asian items currently on eBay. 24/7
 Ending Sunday and Throughout the Week. 
Selection of 18th and 19th C. Chinese porcelains, fine famille rose and cobalt blue. 
Chinese Cong, Qianlong Bronze Incense burner, Kangxi vases,Scrolls, including several LARGE silk woven Kesi examples, Rare Reference Books. 
A large selection of fine 18th and 19th C. Chinese porcelains, including statues, multiple vases, celadons, Famille Rose and Famille Jaune

Some terrific 18th C. Chinese Watercolors of Fish, .
Fine Chinese 19th C. Silver Vases and Tea Wares.
Fine selection of 18th C. and 19th Export porcelain, including a plates, teapots, vases and bowls. 
Fine Chinese Paintings and Scrolls
Several hundred 18th and 19th C. Chinese porcelains being sold as Auction and Buy It Nows-Make an Offer listings. 
Carved Chinese Chinese Rhinoceros Horns

Chinese Rhinoceros horns and their origins. During China's Neolithic period rhinoceroses could be found roaming all over parts of China in particular near the lower regions of the Yellow River as well as other sections of northern and southern China. Prior to the invention of the first cast bronzes 2000 BC, Rhinoceros horn cups were used as ceremonial drinking vessels. When bronze castings came into production the Chinese bronze "Jue" was produced as exact copy of the shape of a Sumatran Rhino horn.
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Sincerely,  Peter

Peter Combs
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