Nice China Semi Steel Two Piece Mould pictures

A few good china semi steel two piece mould images I identified:

Image from page 100 of “Illustrated catalogue of a exceptional collection of antique Chinese porcelains, pottery, jades, screens, paintings on glass, rugs, carpets and numerous other objects of art and antiquity, formed by Mr. A. W. Bahr, the nicely-identified connoi
china semi steel two piece mould
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Identifier: liu-31289009872120
Title: Illustrated catalogue of a outstanding collection of antique Chinese porcelains, pottery, jades, screens, paintings on glass, rugs, carpets and numerous other objects of art and antiquity, formed by Mr. A. W. Bahr, the well-known connoisseur and authority on the ancient arts of China [electronic resource] : to be sold at unrestricted public sale at the American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, on the afternoons herein stated
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: American Art Association Bahr, A. W Kirby, Thomas E. (Thomas Ellis), 1846-1924 Bernet, Otto American Art Galleries
Subjects: Bahr, A. W
Publisher: New York : American Art Association
Contributing Library: William Randolph Hearst Archive, Long Island University
Digitizing Sponsor: Metropolitan New York Library Council METRO

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e evenlypitted making a texture which might be referred to as orange-peel. Pine white glaze inside and on the rounded lip.Pnder base, glazed white and, in blue, the six characters ofthe reign inside a double-line circle. Height, li1, inches. 327— Soft-taste (hackled White Vase (ihien Lung)Cylindrical vase with rounded shoulders, brief neck andbase, anil curved lip. Soft-paste porcelain, which has anattractive meandering big crackle in light-innber lines,covered with a brilliant glaze of old-ivory tint and this ovcr-glaze is finely crackled, in the USUal maimer of soft-pasteglaze. Hi ight, 6 inchrt. 828—Uxi«iE Sokt-1Aste Whitk Hottee-shaie Vase (Ming) Spherical body, slightly tapering extended wide neck with flangedrim and resting on a bold base with convex outline. Soft-paste porcelain, covered with brilliant soft creamy-whiteglaze delicately crackled. Inder glaze of base are the char-acters of Yung Lo reign (A.D. 1403-1424). A really rareand unusual piece. Height, G inrhfi. Second Afternoon

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three*29—Blaci Ibox-ki st VabE (Chkn Lung) Graceful biberon-shapc. Hani porcelains covered with aheavv steel-like lustrous glaze of the variety recognized as ironrust. Colour is that of dark grained metal flecked withsilver with no trace of rust except just under the whiterim and in the interior of vase. Height, 7 inch i n. 880—Soft-paste White Six-sided Bottle (Kang ILii) Elongated pear-shaped outline, with six Hat sides, taper-ing gracefully to swelling mouth, base molded. Soft-pasteporcelain. Delicately modeled at neck, is the rat andMiu leaves and flowers motif. Covered all over with abrilliant creamy-white glaze obtaining a thick surface. Anextremely appealing and uncommon bottle. Height, 7 incite*. —SiiMi-KuusHELi., Snow-white Vase (Chien Lung) Oviform with swelling shoulder receding to top of mouth.Difficult white paste and ornamented with delicate and finelymolded sprays of asters in low relief. Covered with bril-liant glaze of pure white. Height, 7 inches. Second Afternoon 332— Semi-kccsh

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