A Chinese Cizhou-type ovoid tea bowl, Jin Dynasty (1115-1234), with lipped rim, five large russet splashes and a cloud of spots on the bluish-black glaze, the exterior exhibiting several coats of russet, brown and black, 7.8 cm high, 15.4 cm diameter. Refe
A Chinese conical Yaozhou tea bowl, Jin Dynasty (1115-1234), with everted rim, the centre with calligraphic style russet decoration, over the black glaze, the exterior with a mixed russet and black pattern glaze, 4.5 cm high, 14.4 cm diameter. Reference: s
A small Chinese turquoise glazed square jar and a dish, Kangxi period (1662-1722), seal mark to the base of the dish, 15 cm diameter (dish), 13 cm high. Provenance: B. de Lavergne Gallery, Paris (label)
A Chinese egg-shell porcelain bowl ('Liu Shaoqi' ware), PRC, dated 1957, finely enamelled, with pair of birds amongst flowers and trunks, insribed on the base 'Made in Jingdezhen Art Porcelain Factory, Research Institue', signed 'Xiong Mengting, 19.5 cm di
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