Vase Masterpiece

Origin: Jing De Zhen, China
Painted around 1970
Dimensions: 23 inches or 58.5 centimeters in height

An insane piece of porcelain decoration by a masterful hand.

Mei Ping Five Dragon Vase

Dimensions: approximately 17 inches high

A very fine hand painted five dragon vase from Jing De Zhen, Jiang Xi Province, China. Very few of these are made because of the intense workmanship and fine attention to detail. A true collector’s item. From what information we have of this and other similar fine pieces come from a man and wife’s collective labour. See slim dragon vase with four green and one red dragon.

5 Imperial Dragon Vase

5 Imperial Dragon Mei Ping Vase
Late 20th Century
Circa 1980
Dimensions: 19 inches in height

A very well all hand painted vase from Jing De Zhen, China depicting five dragons in various poses amid flowers and leaves on a sky blue background. Top and bottom are bordered with intricate patterns.

Five Dragon Vase

Very fine all hand painted porcelain vase from Jing De Zhen, China
Modern
Dimensions: 20 inches tall

A highly precise, detailed and time consuming work. This piece comes from the studio of a husband and wife team. Very few pieces are made yearly due to the intense attention to detail.

Porcelain Vase

Artist: Chan Jin Xia (attributed)
Dimensions: Approximately 22 inches tall

Jing De Zhen porcelain vase. All hand painted. Not signed, but identifiably the work of Chang Jin Xia. This was painted a while back when she was doing work for a local studio. She has moved up since then and is currently ranked ‘Provincial Master of Jiang Xi, Province of China,’ a highly prestigious title.

Bird Teapot

Artist: Hua Li Xin
Painted in 2012
Painting on Porcelain
Condition: Flawless
Signed by the artist
Comes with custom box

Hua Li Xin is from the city of Jing De Zhen in the province of Jiang Xi, China and is a master artist of the city. He specializes in birds and flowers. His style is easily recognizable with very precise lines and subtle colors.

Jing De Zhen is the porcelain capital of China. It’s history dates back as far as the Ming Dynasty or maybe even earlier. There are over 2000 artists and artisans in this small city involved in the process of porcelain manufacturing and decorating. The city practically eats, breathes, and sleeps porcelain. The products are sold all over the world costing from a few dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Birds on a Plate 4

Artist: Hua Li Xin
Painted in 2012
Painting on Porcelain
Size: 7.5 inches in diameter
Condition: Flawless
Comes with custom box

Hua Li Xin is from the city of Jing De Zhen in the province of Jiang Xi, China and is a master artist of the city. He specializes in birds and flowers. His style is easily recognizable with very precise lines and subtle colors.

Jing De Zhen is the porcelain capital of China. It’s history dates back as far as the Ming Dynasty or maybe even earlier. There are over 2000 artists and artisans in this small city involved in the process of porcelain manufacturing and decorating. The city practically eats, breathes, and sleeps porcelain. The products are sold all over the world costing from a few dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Birds on a Plate 3

Artist: Hua Li Xin
Painted in 2012
Painting on Porcelain
Size: 7.5 inches in diameter
Condition: Flawless
Comes with custom box

Hua Li Xin is from the city of Jing De Zhen in the province of Jiang Xi, China and is a master artist of the city. He specializes in birds and flowers. His style is easily recognizable with very precise lines and subtle colors.

Jing De Zhen is the porcelain capital of China. It’s history dates back as far as the Ming Dynasty or maybe even earlier. There are over 2000 artists and artisans in this small city involved in the process of porcelain manufacturing and decorating. The city practically eats, breathes, and sleeps porcelain. The products are sold all over the world costing from a few dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Tigers

Artist: Xiao Tong Jung
Painted in 2005
Painting on Porcelain
Unframed dimensions: 20 inches x 13 inches
Condition: Flawless
Framed
Comes with custom box and a certificate of authenticity

Xiao Tong Jung is a famous artist from Jing De Zhen, China, specializing in painting animals. He is a master in rendering fur; practically every hair is meticulously painted taking into account the clusters of hair, their lengths, and direction of growth.
His works are extremely sought after by collectors all over Asia and in his native China.

The definition of painting on porcelain means the surface where the image sits on is porcelain and the paints are also ceramic based. They all have to be fired. The finished product is resistant to most kinds of solvents and scratching. Damages to the piece would come from dropping or scratching it with a very hard material. It is a very time enduring medium and lasts for hundreds of years without much change.

Birds on a Plate 2

Artist: Hua Li Xin
Painted in 2012
Painting on Porcelain
Size: 10 inches in diameter
Condition: Flawless
Signed by the artist
Comes with custom box and a certificate of authenticity

Hua Li Xin is from the city of Jing De Zhen in the province of Jiang Xi, China and is a master artist of the city. He specializes in birds and flowers. His style is easily recognizable with very precise lines and subtle colors.

Jing De Zhen is the porcelain capital of China. It’s history dates back as far as the Ming Dynasty or maybe even earlier. There are over 2000 artists and artisans in this small city involved in the process of porcelain manufacturing and decorating. The city practically eats, breathes, and sleeps porcelain. The products are sold all over the world costing from a few dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Lady with Tibetan Mastif

Lady Holding Prayer Spindle with Tibetan Mastif
Artist: Li Xiang Chun
Painted in 2012 and 2011
Painting on Porcelain, Glazed
Unframed dimensions: 30.75 inches x 21.5 inches
Condition: Flawless
Framed
Comes with custom box and a certificate of authenticity

Li Xiang Chun of Jing De Zhen, China specializes in Tibetan subject matter. He uses porcelain glazes in much the same manner as a regular artist uses his oil paints. Porcelain glaze is a coating on top of porcelain, usually a clear glass layer. The Tibetan mastif currently holds the record for being the world’s most expensive breed. It’s considered a spiritual entity by the Tibetans.

Girl with Tibetan Mastif

Girl with Tibetan Mastif
Artist: Li Xiang Chun
Painted in 2012 and 2011
Painting on Porcelain, Glazed
Unframed dimensions: 30.75 inches x 22 inches
Condition: Flawless
Framed
Comes with custom box and a certificate of authenticity

Li Xiang Chun of Jing De Zhen, China specializes in Tibetan subject matter. He uses porcelain glazes in much the same manner as a regular artist uses his oil paints. Porcelain glaze is a coating on top of porcelain, usually a clear glass layer. The Tibetan mastif currently holds the record for being the world’s most expensive breed. It’s considered a spiritual entity by the Tibetans.