Ebay Trash USA Ending 30th Of July 2018

Dr Lewis Wang
Dr Wang

Today’s Trash

Ends Today: Ebay USA 30th July 2018

As usual too many fakes to list on Ebay USA, but below is a selection of prominent fakes with HIGH BIDS & descriptions deliberately intended to deceive. BUYER BEWARE!


(Note! Be very very careful with the seller juice1499. This seller has been selling on eBay for years and is very clever, he mixes fakes with period pieces to give the appearance of legitimacy. Way too many items to list)

LARGE IMPRESSIVE ANTIQUE CHINESE CARVED JADE BOWL WITH PRECIOUS OBJECTS | eBay

LARGE IMPRESSIVE ANTIQUE CHINESE CARVED JADE BOWL WITH PRECIOUS OBJECTS | eBay

This week we will be listing a fine selection of Asian antiques and works of art all to be sold with no reserve. This will include various porcelains, jades, bronzes, and other works of art. In addition there will be a group of items from a previous auction which were not paid for due to a fraudulent bidder who has been reported to eBay and banned from our site. Please be sure to view all the listings as there are sure to be some great deals. We appreciate you viewing the sale and good luck !!! This listing is for a large and beautifully carved Chinese bowl dating to the Qing Dynasty. It is carved from a spinach green colored stone along with an area of white, brown, and black inclusion. It is very large in size measuring just under 9 inches (23cm) across. | eBay!

SOLD £3419

(Fake NOT REAL at the time of posting bidding at US $2,655.00 32 bids Approximately £2,022.70) ANTIQUE CHINESE TIBETAN GILT BRONZE STATUE FIGURE OF KNEELING BODHISATTVA 1700’s | eBay

ANTIQUE CHINESE TIBETAN GILT BRONZE STATUE FIGURE OF KNEELING BODHISATTVA 1700’s | eBay

SOLD £2404

Rare and unusual old Chinese underglaze blue decorated blue glazed brushwasher | eBay

Rare and unusual old Chinese underglaze blue decorated blue glazed brushwasher | eBay

The rim looks reduced but it is not and is in its original state with brown glazed rim. Lovely orange peel effect to porcelain. Small firing crack in base and burst bubbles inside but overall in good shape. | eBay!

Antique Chinese Celadon Porcelain Vase | eBay

Antique Chinese Celadon Porcelain Vase | eBay

Approximately 2”H and 2.5”W Used condition, no damage Wood stand not included | eBay!

Chinese Qianlong Robin€s Egg Vase 18th | eBay

Chinese Qianlong Robin’s Egg Vase 18th | eBay

Qianlong period. | eBay!

Rare old Chinese famille rose enameled warming vessel or bowl | eBay

Rare old Chinese famille rose enameled warming vessel or bowl | eBay

Rare old Chinese famille rose enameled warming vessel or bowl | Antiques, Asian Antiques, China | eBay!

Large Asian Archaistic Black Patina Bronze Vase | eBay

Large Asian Archaistic Black Patina Bronze Vase | eBay

There is also a hole under one of the handles. You have only two choices. | eBay!

Trash Ends Today: Ebay UK 30th July 2018

Dr Lewis Wang
Dr Wang

Today’s Trash

Ends Today: Ebay UK 30th July 2018

Below is a selection of prominent fakes with descriptions deliberately intended to deceive. BUYER BEWARE!


(Note! A prolific seller of fake Chinese antiques dantiques01)

VERY BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF CHINESE CHICKEN INCENSE BURNER SPILL HOLDERS – SEAL MARK | eBay

VERY BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF CHINESE CHICKEN INCENSE BURNER SPILL HOLDERS – SEAL MARK | eBay

VERY BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF CHINESE CHICKEN INCENSE BURNER SPILL HOLDERS – SEAL MARK | Antiques, Asian/Oriental Antiques, Chinese | eBay!

SOLD £47

VERY BEAUTIFUL CHINESE YELLOW CUP FISH DESIGN – 6 CHARACTER MARKS VERY RARE L@@K | eBay

VERY BEAUTIFUL CHINESE YELLOW CUP FISH DESIGN – 6 CHARACTER MARKS VERY RARE L@@K | eBay

VERY BEAUTIFUL CHINESE YELLOW CUP FISH DESIGN – 6 CHARACTER MARKS VERY RARE L@@K | Antiques, Asian/Oriental Antiques, Chinese | eBay!

SOLD £156

(Note! A prolific seller of fake Chinese antiques ecliptic_art)

superb large chinese blue and white porcelain sleeve vase possibly transitional | eBay

superb large chinese blue and white porcelain sleeve vase possibly transitional | eBay

Condition generally good, surface wear, heavy in areas (images give good idea) with obvious footrim fitting. | eBay!

SOLD £1010

(Note! This seller has a lot of  Chinese fake antique items ending today antiquesinfashion)

CHINESE PORCELAIN JUN WARE PURPLE SPLASH VASE SONG DYNASTY | eBay

CHINESE PORCELAIN JUN WARE PURPLE SPLASH VASE SONG DYNASTY | eBay

CHINESE SONG DYNASTY JUN WARE PURPLE SPLASH STONEWARE VASE. PART OF A COLLECTION OF THESE WARES LISTED. | eBay!

SOLD £111

China: Faking It

China is one of the world’s largest auction markets, generating billions of dollars each year. And its ultra-wealthy are cashing into the world of quick returns.But not everyone’s a winner.The insatiable appetite for ancient ceramics is feeding a dark underbelly. More than ever before, counterfeits are flooding in, fooling even the best experts.From the rolling hills of China’s last archaeological site, to the kilns of forgery masters and the private museums of the country’s super rich, 101 East explores the world of Chinese antiques and asks, will human greed destroy this centuries old history?

$3500 For A Lump Of Plastic On Ebay

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Just watched this sell on ebay – $3500 for a piece of modern plastic, when will the madness stop? Day in day out is see high prices being paid online and off line for modern/fake pieces. The UK auction houses are filled with modern items described as old, the fraud has now taken a new twist with good quality fakes being deliberately damaged and stapled then consigned by a respected lord of the manner or some upper class toff claiming the piece has been in his family’s estate for years or planting the piece in a prominent place in the house and then calling an unsuspecting auctioneer out to look at a piece of furniture or whatever – you know what I mean you know the rest, whichever way the con is set up the toff usually gets 40% of the proceeds.

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Fakes in the Art Market: How a Dealer Turned a Lemon into Lemonade

Shirley Mueller, MD

For me, this story is very strange. A dealer sold me a fake.  Then, he resisted taking it back. To put me further off from returning it, he cited his years of experience handling and selling Chinese porcelain as proof the piece must be authentic. For further ammunition, he threatened to take the case to BADA (the British Antiques Dealers Association) to discredit me. Lastly, he said that he would never sell to me again—

I’m not sure he had to worry about the latter, but it is duly noted.

So, there was tension between the dealer and myself regarding my wish to return the dish I purchased. The seller wanted me to retain it and he would keep my payment. I wanted him to take it back and make a refund. We were at loggerheads.

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