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Middle Eastern Metal Ware

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Middle Eastern Metal Ware

Continuing the SE Asian theme further items of Satsuma Ware have been added including a lovely and rare example by Taizan along with some much more affordable work by Bizan, Yuzan and Shizan

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New items and information page updates

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New items and information page updates

We have added lots of new items this week including this lovely Art Deco figure on a gorgeous honey onyx plinth by L Carvin of France.  Also coming shortly is an 18th century Delft garlic neck vase and a very rare wall plaque by Charles Baldwyn for Royal Worcester.   For those who follow our information pages there are several new entries in the Satsuma database and the page has been reworked to make it easier to navigate.  An entirely new page has been started covering modern Chinese ceramics to help collectors differentiate between modern decorative pieces and fakes.  Check it...

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New Items and Information Updates

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New Items and Information Updates

April has been a very busy month here at Blue Cherry Antiques, with over 50 new items added in the last three weeks.  Don't forget you can view our newest stock from the link on the front page or click here. Of particular note for collectors is a fine silver sandwich box by Charles Fox, with these items now being quite rare and sought after.  For those who enjoy Eastern Silver we also have a Burmese silver offering bowl added with great detail work. There have been further updates on the information pages with more marks added to the Satsuma...

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New items and Japanese Pages Updated

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New items and Japanese Pages Updated

This week has seen a range of new jewellery items added to the website....More information has been added to the reference pages for both Japanese Kutani ware and Satsuma ware

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Egyptian Silver

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Egyptian Silver

It was common for troops stationed abroad to bring items back home but for these luxury items also to be manufactured in the middle of the largest human conflict perhaps seems unusua

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