Masterpieces of Yixing Teapots and Chinese Antique Ceramics

Yixing Clay Teapots

Yixing Teapot of Tianqing clay by SHI Dabin, Wanli regin of Ming dynasty (1573—1648

Qianlong Imperial Falangcai Enameled Dragon Phoenix Yixing Teapot 大清乾隆年制珐琅彩龙凤葵仿鼓壶

DaQing Qianlong Nianzhi mark, QianLong Reign of Qing dynasty (1736-1795). There was a wide press coverage to a similar one in 2018

DaQing Qianlong Nianzhi mark, QianLong Reign of Qing dynasty (1736-1795)

Daoguang Reign of Qing dynasty (1821-1850). There are thousands of "claim-to-be". Very very few are for real.

Mud-Painted Yixing Brush Holder by Yang Jichu 杨季初泥绘笔筒

Qing dynasty (1723-1795) Brush holders made by the author usually sells around $1million or more( article in Chinese)

Qing dynasty (1723-1795). Teapots made by the author are extremely rare and this is the only credible one we have seen.


Yueware Jar , Western Jin dynasty (266-316AD)

Footed Double Gourd Vase, legendary Chai Kiln of Five dynasties (907-960)

Red Bowl, Jun kiln of Song dynasty (960-1279)

Dotted Bowl, Jizhou Kiln of Song dynasty (960-1279)

Curved Mei Vase, Yingqing of Song dynasty (960-1279)

Peony Charger, Yongle Reign of Ming dynasty (1403-1424)

Doucai stem cup, Chenghua reign of Ming dynasty (1465-1487)

Qinghua sea dragon charger, Chenghua reign of Ming dynasty (1465-1487)

Qinghua story zun vase pair, Chenghua reign of Ming dynasty (1465-1487)


Celadon Jar, Jiajing reign of Ming dynasty (1522-1566)


Fencai Falangcai Shang vase, Qianlong Reign of Qing dynasty (1736-1795) 大清乾隆年制粉彩珐琅彩赏瓶