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A group of thirteen Chinese and Asian art reference books, including John Ayers, Far Eastern Ceramics in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1980, Daisy Lion-Goldschmidt, Ming Porcelain, London, 1978, Michel Beurdeley and Guy Raindre, Qing porcelain: F

A set of Chinese porcelain trio of round tea bowl, round teacup with simple handle and saucer, Yongzheng period (1723-1735), decorated in famille verte with black enamel, iron red and gold, each piece with a European city/river scene with European figures,

A Chinese famille verte tea caddy, Kangxi period (1662-1722), decorated with flowers and butterflies on each side, 15 x 11.2 x 5,4 cm (without wooden cover)

A Chinese porcelain famille verte dish, Kangxi period (1662-1722), painted with a scholar riding a horse with his attendant leaving from home, the cavetto decorated with a band of auspicious symbols separated by four 'Ruyi' head shaped floral scrol

A wucai 'dragon' bowl mark of Jiajing, the slightly flared sides painted on the exterior with four dragons among clouds and flames, above a band of overlapping petals around the base, the interior with a further dragon in a central medallion within

Kangxi period charger hexagonal shaped circular, enamel painted garden scene with exotic bird in famille verte palette, 42 cm diameter (af)

A Chinese Wucai lidded jar with wooden stand, baluster in form, with an enamelled karako children scene to jar and lid, the jar and cover 39 cm high

A Chinese dragon covered box. Well potted body raised on four low feet, decorated with confronting dragons contesting flaming pearls in wucai palette, six character Wanli mark to base. 12 x 24 x 15.5 cm

A wucai 'fish' box and cover, mark of Jiajing, (2), of squat rounded form, the domed cover and rounded sides painted in coloured enamels and underglaze blue with golden carp swimming among water weeds, the base inscribed in underglaze blue with a s

Chinese famille verte octagonal porcelain beaker Kangxi style with hand painted flowering plant design, impressed mark to base and 1982 Ceramic Collector Society Exhibition sticker affixed inside, 7.2 cm wide, 6.6 cm high.Provenance: Finey Collection, Sydn

A large Chinese famille verte dragon pot, marks on neck. 33 cm high

A group of three Chinese blue-and-white bowls and a wucai bowl, Wanli to Kangxi period various sizes from 10.5 cm to 14.2 cm diam. (4). Provenance: NSW Private Collection. The Wanli blue-and-white bowl: Oriental Ceramics and Other Works of Art, Lawsons's,

A Chinese wucai 'dragon and phoenix' bowl, Qianlong six-character underglaze-blue mark 16.3 cm diam.

A Chinese Wucai jar and cover depicting a aquatic scene, housed on wooden stand 38 cm (height)

A wucai 'dragon' bowl mark of Wanli the rounded sides painted on the exterior with two dragons pursuing flaming pearls among scattered clouds and flames, above a band of wave splashed rocks, the interior with a central dragon medallion within double line b

A wucai saucer dish mark of Wanli the interior painted in coloured enamels and underglaze blue with a central figure scene within a continuous floral meander around the cavetto repeated on the underside between double line borders, the base inscribed in un

A large Chinese porcelain bowl in famille verte palette, Qing Dynasty 18th century, the cavetto and exterior are painted with framed cartouches of mandarins, concubines and servants all in different pursuits, in garden pavilions and indoors, the furniture

A Chinese famille verte charger, Republic period decorated with a central floral garden design and gilt rim, marks to base. Diameter 32 cm

Chinese export famille verte plate, 19th century, Depth 28.5 cm

A Wucai jar and cover, Transitional period, circa 1650, together with small blue and white cup, late Ming, 17th century, 12.3 cm high and 3.8 cm high (cup) (2)

A Chinese brush pot, Republic period, iron red mark to base decorated with a traditional landscape mountain scene in the famille verte palette, height 16 cm

A Chinese famille verte brush pot, Qing Dynasty; hand painted in vivid colours depicting mountain village scene, height 15 cm, diameter 12 cm

Chinese Wucai porcelain box, bearing the mark of Ming dynasty, approx 15 cm high, 23 cm dia

Fine Chinese framed famille verte porcelain panel, landscape with figures in a boat, signed upper right, approx 27.5 cm x 21 cm wide including frame

A Chinese famille verte bowl. a flared faceted bowl with a continuous enamel decorated scene of prancing horses against a swirling emerald ground sprigged with prunus blossom and flames; bearing a Kangxi mark to the rim. Height 12 cm. Width 23 cm. Depth 23

A pair of famille verte Chinese porcelain shallow dishes, decorated to the interior with two imperial dragons amongst fiery clouds, opposing a mystic pearl, all detailed in grisaille on a green ground, the back of each dish painted with three precious obje

A pair of 19th century Jingdezhen 'Wucai' Chinese porcelain dishes, of rhombic shape with famille rose decoration, depicting birds and flowers, previously used as appetizer plates, 22 cm diameter

A Chinese Wucai porcelain wine ewer, of double gourd shape decorated with flowers and rocks; six character Kangxi mark under the base. Height 20 cm

A Cantonese famille verte plate, Qing Dynasty, later 19th century, the export ware plate centred with a traditional mountain, lake and pavilion setting, enclosed within floral and fruit brocade borders with six bird and auspicious symbol roundels, diameter

Four Chinese famille verte bowls, late Qing with phoenix decoration. 13.5 cm diameter, 6 cm high

Four Chinese famille verte bowls late Qing, phoenix decoration, 13.5 cm diameter, 6 cm high

Two Chinese famille verte bowls late Qing, the outer body decorated with flying phoenix motif, the foliate rim with applied gold edge, four character mark to base. Provenance: From a private Australian collection. 14 cm diameter

A 'famille-verte' jar and cover Qing dynasty, late 19th century of ovoid form, brightly enamelled with panels of precious objects, birds on blossoming trees and flowering plants, all reserved on the iron-red floral scroll ground bearing green flowerheads (

Chinese Wucai enamel ewer & cover, Guangxu iron red mark with Karas collection n.56, exhibited Ccs n.3

A Chinese export dinner service in the 'famille-verte' palette, circa 1910 (44). A Chinese export dinner service in the 'famille-verte' palette, circa 1910 decorated with roosters and birds in a garden landscape, comprising eight dinner plates, eight soup

Eight export dinner plates scallop moulded circular, painted with dragon in famille verte

Antique Qing dynasty famille verte dish, approx 22 cm dia, (very small rim chip)

A Chinese Wucai enamel jar, mid 17th century, decorated with a dragon and phoenix with unglazed concave base. 18 cm high. Provenance: The late Mrs Evans of Santa Barbara California, who collected Asian art over a lifetime, discovered by Gary Major Douglas

A 'famille-verte' saucer dish, 19th/20th century with shallow rounded sides and everted rim, painted on the interior with figures seated at a table beside a large gnarled tree in a rocky landscape, approached by a man carrying a banner and another on horse

A painted porcelain plaque, 20th century the rectangular panel painted in a 'famille-verte' palette with figures crossing a bridge beside a lake in a mountainous landscape, inscribed in black with a poem signed Ye Ting Wang and red seal, framed 38.7 cm by

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