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Chinese Antique B/w Porcelain 15th Century Ming Dynasty Chenghua Period Vase For Sale
If your a HIGH END COLLECTOR and purchased from one of the three major sale houses inAmerica or one of theircrony dealers. WAKE UP open your eyes the truth is all over the net,hold them accountable and demand they return your money and file a complaint with the FTC."COLLECTORS GO TO THE BOTTOMOF THIS PAGE AND SEE JUSTONE HOUSES ARE DOING TO COLLECTORS IN AMERICA."This is an exceptional Masterpiece, Blue & White MingDynasty Chenghua Period Imperial Figure Meiping Vase.This Vase measures approx. 13 3/4 inches Tall. Chenghuaperiod was from 1465 - 1487. Check your sale catalogs,books, and look in museums, online you won't fined abetter Chenghua Meiping vase published anywhere. The vasehas wonderful form, great color and is painted with verycontrolled loose freestyle strokes that finest Chenghuawares are known for. This vase you can see flaking in thebiscuit when looking through a loop, this is a clearindication of it's great age. These blue and white wares arethe most sought after blue and white wares that China everproduced. The beautiful cobalt used during this period makesthem very easy to distinguish from other periods of Chineseblue and white wares. They have a distinct blackish tone fromthe imported cobalt that they used during that period. Theimported cobalt called Samali blue, they believe came fromPersia and they don't know where in Persia. They have notimported this cobalt for over 500 years. During the Chenghuaperiod they also used a local cobalt called Pitang. Theimported cobalt was known to run and they would stabilize itby mixing them together.Depending on the mix it would givevery refined colors. In Chenghua wares they painted fineoutlines and filled them in with a broad brush using loosefree style strokes. They refined the clay better than anyprevious period and with their high firing kilns this oftencaused them to look burnt or mottled on the bottom in manyvessels that have un-glazed bottoms. And bottoms that areglazed sometimes look wavy this can be seen when the lightreflects on the glaze. This glaze is easy to distinguish itis very fine, and has tiny even bubbles this can be seenusing a loop. It doesn't get better than true Imperial blueand white Chenghua wares. "If you are a expert in Chinese art or a collector of fine Chinese art andyou havequestions about theauthenticity or datingof any piece thatI to contact me through Q/A to set up anappointmentto view and handle the piece first hand."If your acollector and you don't take thetime tostudyyour likely just throwing your moneydown the drain.For theHIGH END COLLECTORS, will tell you just about anything buy. Then whenyou try to sell your artwork, they'll try to convince you it's not agood timeto sellif you don'tneed the money, trying to embarrass you and make you feel stupid and cheap.All thewhilethey're introducing more and more pieces tounsuspecting new collectorsin the market, throughthenetwork ofcorrupt dealers and sale houses.They want you to take your artwork to your grave, and then they'llrob yourfamily and children,because they'll even know less about art than you know. Askyourself who iswatching over or regulating these crooks."THEN REALIZE YOUR BEING PLAYED FOR ASUCKER." I HAVE A REQUEST FOR ALLCOLLECTORS. IF YOU BELIEVEIN HONESTY AND REAL TRANSPARENCYIN THE CHINESE ARTSMARKET, AND COLLECTING. (TAKE A LITTLE TIME AND READMYENTIRE LISTINGIT JUST MAY BE OF HELP TO YOU, AND OTHERS) "ALSOPLEASE HELPME BY COPYING THE ADDRESSOF THIS THE LINK IN EMAILS TOANYONEINVOLVED INANYWAYWITH CHINESE ARTS.WHETHER THEYBE ACOLLECTORS, MEDIA" Please be courteous inyour Emails, there islots of good people that arecaughtup insomething they feelcan't be changed, and their just trying tosurvive!! (CHECK MY OTHER LISTINGS) It is a condition of sale that buyer or their agent mustcontact seller at Q&A to make appointment, and it is strongly suggested buyer bring to the appointmentan expert or be an expert recognized in Chinese arts to view the piece first hand before placing any offers,offer,or purchases. All offers,offers or purchases must go through the listing."Contact me forpayment methods to pay on pickup." Buyer must pickuppiece within 4 days of the close of this sale.I have started this company because of all themisinformation, lies andcorruption that is affecting all collectors of fine Chinese Art inAmerica.Many of the best examples are not brought to the the market is not free yet, it is controlled by very fewpeople thatare cashing inand withholding in many cases the bestpieces from the openmarket. All collectors must know what the finestpieces are, and the truth tomake gooddecisions when investingin their collections. discriminate againstcollectorsthat did not purchase though their sale houses. Sometimes they sell objects thatshouldbe considered to be junk inpremium sales because one of theirdealers may have sold the piece previously years before itbecamejunk to today's standards. Sometimes theywill put fine pieces indecorative sales.They willdo this when they are forced to sellpiecesatsale, that are newto the market, not or a dealer theyknow,and the piece is oftenmuch betterthanwhat theyhave previously soldin there sales.They'll telltheperson it'sa decorative piece and this is theirway tohide a piece or force theperson to withdrawit from their sale.Theyprotect themselves byusing its their opinion and they are expertswithplentyof backup bylike minded people. Thisconfuses collectors andmakes themdoubt theirown abilities and keeps them relying on thesecorrupt experts. Thishasbeen done with Jade tothe point collectors arebecoming afraid topurchaseany Jade. They tell collectors how rare aobject iswhen theyknow that theChinese people have beencollectingfor thousands ofyears and producedmillions of pieces during any givenperiod. Duringthe Ming Dynasty the royalkiln during the a million pieces in oneyear,not all masterpieces. Allyouhave to do is look at old sale catalogs fromthirtyyears ago totoday and compare how they keep introducingbetter andbetter more andmore pieces into themarket as the years go on. Many of thepieces sold30 yearsago are very poor quality compared totoday's standards.Thisis because China hasopened up and there are many better pieces thathave reached the market place. Theytell collectorsonly buy if youhave agood provenance, (This is ajoke). They havebrain washedcollectors intobelieving this has something to do with identifying what is real or fake whichis a lie.They have even started telling collectors that theChinesehave copied every piece in history this is absurd, impossible, and a total lie.This is justacouple oftheirwaysthat they deceptively useto stay in control over themarket andcollectors.They believe theyhave the perfect noonewill find out or question theirintegrity. It's much tobetter purchase thefinest pieces that can stand on there ownmerits, a badpiece will nothold its value becausesome collector purchased it70 years ago.This has been abig money grabfor thosethat havebrain washedcollectors, to believe that onlythepieces that theyhaverecorded are real. Nothing couldbe furtherfrom the truth,these are thesamepeople that are controlling thismarket and they record what ever they want to.They have brain washed collectors intobelieving that the Chinese are faking everything that's a complete lie. China produced millions and millionsof pieces and the people have been collecting for thousands of years, they don't have to fake anything there'splentyaround. There are reproductions out there but they stand out like a sore thumb. There is a bigdifferencein thequality of the period pieces most were produced without much care to the details,they wereproduced inlargenumbers for the masses, Masterpieces are not as abundant they produce them withgreatcare and attentiontothe clay, form, painting, glaze, and firing. "As an example", they can't fake the cobaltthatwas used during theYuan and early Ming dynasties the color is very distinct and different from the Chinesecobalt used today, andthey have not imported that cobalt for five hundred years. COLLECTORS HAVE TOKNOW WHAT THEIRLOOKING AT. The sale houses and dealers have sold so much junk to unsuspectingcollectors it a crime.That's why they can't tell the truth so they just say there fake, their liars.READ THE SMALL PRINT AND SEE WHAT KIND OF GUARANTEE YOU GET FROM THEM.Please useyourcommon sense,if it looks like a duck, if it walkslike a duck, if itquacks likeaduck, "IT'S A DUCK".Theyuse provenance tosell old collectionsthat don't have the stand on there ownmerits in the realmarket placetoday. Manytimesthese oldcollections wereput together by peoplethatonlywanted anexample ofa particular period notactually huntingdown and collecting thefinestpieces.These corrupt experts scarecollectors intobelieving thatthey are the only ones thatknow what isrealor fake. They have of fakes in themarket, what they often callfakesareactually poor qualityperiodpieces, all the wayup to masterpieces, andthe actual fakes in themarketarevery poor quality they don'thave thesamededication, material,detail,or spirit of periodpieces. are long gone.These corrupt people willtell you theywantto enhance theirposition not yours. Chinese art collectors must understand that eachperiod of different qualities of pieces, the finestpieces would naturallycommand higherprices. In some periods up tofiftyor more people wouldhandle and create one finepiece ofporcelain, often taking years for eachhand worker to do there jobwith precision.Manycollectors depend on socalled experts to advisethem what is a good investment,sadly often puttingtheir trust incorrupt dealers and corrupt salehouse onsale records to valuate a piece or theircollections, thiscan be very misleading becauseoften the finest pieces are not sold sold privately. This leaves both the public andprivate buyerunable to judge themarket correctly, and this makes themvulnerable to these economic predators. Oftenif a collector is notknownto these corrupt dealersand sale housesthey will refusethe finestpieces telling the person,thepiece is a modern fake or reproductionregardless how wonderful the piece isand they willsurely have tencorrupted expertsto back them up.These corrupt people love to pickthe winners andlosers and thisis not how America shouldwork,this ismore like China's communist system. Theyask people to sendphotos oftheir pieces, they usethe photos to see what is actuallyin themarketplace. If they don't know you they'll likely tell theperson its not aperiodpiece or it doesn't reach thevalue of their sale and youshould sell it locallytoa antique store, or they won't answer yourinquiry at all. In time oftengenerationslater it will appear in oneof their network of corrupt dealers storesbeing sold asa period piecefor large sums of money. Every once in a while you will hearabout them selling apiece that someone has stumbled across for a lot of money, they'll use this to get freepress andthis makes them look honest to the American public.Often dealers only showa few low endpiecesunlessyour willing to pay large sums of money thenthey'll show youthe better pieces.For thesecorrupt people either you play theirgameor yourblacklisted never to workinthe art business again,and not beable to sell anything, this corruptiongoes allthe way to the topleaving manygoodpeople afraid to speak up. These greedy corruptpeople don't realize howthe free market andhonesty would vastlyimprove art collecting throughout theworld. These corrupt peoplebelieve thatwithholdinginformation fromcollectors and notteachingand showing collectors the bestpiecesthey areprotecting theirpositions.Many collectors collect to pass alongto theirchildren theircollectionsthinking that their collection will havevaluein the future, notknowing what the finestpieces are, and what will be in now. If your a collector and you don't take thetime tostudyyour likely just throwing your moneydown the drain.For the HIGH END COLLECTORS, will tell you just about anything buy. Then whenyou try to sell your artwork, they'll try to convince you it's not a good time to sellif you don'tneed the money, trying to embarrass you and make you feel stupid and cheap,All the whilethey're introducing more and more pieces tounsuspecting new collectorsin the market, through the network ofcorrupt dealers and sale houses.They want you to take your artwork to your grave, and then they'llrob yourfamily and children,because they'll even know less about art than you know. Askyourself who iswatching over or regulating these crooks. THEN REALIZE YOUR BEING PLAYED FOR ASUCKER.A lot of theinformation inbooks willonly give you bits of informationthat youwill need, don't relyon onebook, read asmuch asyou can andspecialize inyour area of interest.View as many photos aspossible and pay closeattentionto thedetails, form, colorandcondition of the object.Collectors must the Chinese artist during any given period ofChina'sHistory. We all knowthat during thecultural revolution inChinathegovernment confiscatedtheir peoples personal they tried to destroy a lot of art. But the Chinese people hid their valuables just as they did throughout their history whenever they were invaded, and no one knows whatreally has survived. China is not a equal opportunity society and allcan't participate in the art markets there. Most of the art that washidden away, remains hidden. I intend to offer some masterpieces thathave not been published, this will help you understand that these corrupt people have been hiding often the best pieces from the open market. When purchasingChinese arts you must pay close attention to the details of each piece,the finest pieces usually have fine detailing, well balanced form,pleasing color, and in great condition, often making you question, howwas it possible to make it? Collectors should only buy quality pieces,also try to find honest experts that want to teach you close up, things such aswhat makes the piece authentic, find out why a piece is amasterpiece, learn the capabilities of the artisans during the periodwhich you are interested in. Museums generally don't have the finest pieces in there collections they show examples of period piecesoften made for average people, and turn there backs to what is actuallyhappening in the market often afraid to speak up, believing thereinterest is better served saying nothing, sadly their just as guiltyand corrupt by not speaking up. This leaves many collectors in the darkbelieving museum pieces are the best quality.Most of the Chinese art wasused by average peopleand is not highly collectible, often there actually crudeexamples ofthefinest pieces that only the wealthiest and the court could own.Thesecorrupt people controlling this market have the audacity to make theclaim that their market makers, what they actually are is markettakers,and their ripping off some of wealthiest people in our society andshouldbe held accountable. I believe the free market will work, its just amatterof time and this corruption will be exposed. All collectors must studywhatthey are collecting and stop being so trusting in these corrupt greedypeople,remember the corruption goes all through this market, just because theyhave a British accent and speak Chinese this doesn't make them honest"beware". Chinese art is the personal property of People, and not theproperty of these corrupt Dealers and Specialist without principles or morals, or afew corruptCorporations, or an oppressive Government. Also realize that the creamalwaysrises to the top and their not showing the cream, and certainlynot telling youthe truth. Educate yourselfbecome aspecialist in your areaof collecting,pay close attention to thedetails,view and handle as manypieces as possible,and purchase only your eyeon this site andI will show and offeryousome wonderful masterpieces in Jade and Porcelain. Good Luck YOUR A CHINESE ART COLLECTOR AND KNOW WHAT YOUR LOOKING ATTHIS SHOULD UPSET YOU VERY MUCH. "THIS CORRUPTION MUST STOP"My Attorney is not a known collector, and he intrusted these liars to sell 52 Jadepieces.We wanted to see how Bonhams would treat him listingtheyput in four finely carved Six Dynasty Jade Horsesin there sale.They were so arrogant they putthemin a sale 04/15/2012 Design Including Property From Serendipity Book Part II" and listed them as a group of FourHardstone Horses,go on the internet and look it up and alsolook at the price they put on fourjade carvings.This was apparently done to and alsovery obvious they did not want to sell the 52piecesbecausemost were much better than what there sales, they dated all 52 pieces as 20thcentury, and intimeI will show and offer all 52 pieces on thissite. We withdrew all the piecesfrom their sale.This was not a mistakeon their part it was totallyintentional to force the withdraw of the pieces. It is well known with Jade collectorswhen they offer mean nephrite Jade,they are referring toother stones suchas agate and others that showinclusions.It istotallydisgusting howdealers andsale out toCollectors, as Specialist and Experts in Chinese art and theare knowinglyripping off Collectors for inAmerica. If your aCollector of any kind, "I RECOMMENDYOU READ MY COMPLETELISTING ANDUNDERSTAND IF THEY WILL DO IT TO A DO IT WITH EVERYTHING THEY SELL AND DO IT TO YOU ALSO". Right now I'm offering these Four Jade Six Dynasty Horsesfor sale on this site. Check my other listings click on " see other items" on the right side of this page. WITHDRAWN15 Apr 2012 10:00 PDTSan Francisco Asian Works of Art Back to sale 19982
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Chinese Antique B/w Porcelain 15th Century Ming Dynasty Chenghua Period Vase: $17,700,000