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A pair of massive Chinese porcelain fish bowls, yellow & blue glaze, with bands of Trigrams, scrolling vines, rings & classical ruyi shapes, height 50 cm, diameter 58 cm

A Chinese Straits porcelain, lozenge shaped dish with yellow enamel panel & blue floral border, the central decoration of long tailed phoenix & dragon, condition: restored chip to rim cm, length 27 cm

Len Castle, bowl, 1969, impressed mark, 29 cm diameter. Reference: Ron Sang, Len Castle Potter p. 39. Provenance Ex Doris Dutch Estate

Chinese brown ceramic bowl. Engraved interior. Diameter 20 cm

Three Chinese Plique a jour items. Two cups and one bowl. Floral decoration to each. Height 4.5 cm (cups) Dia10 cm (bowl)

Boxed Chinese porcelain tea bowl and stand. Cream porcelain. Inscribed decoration. Carved wooden stand. Mark to base. Provenance: Estate of Australian collector. Height 5 cm diameter 10 cm (bowl)

A pair of Chinese yellow ground bowls with fitted, case, 20th century. Depicting two dragons in amidst clouds, the centre, bowls decorated with a Chinese character mark bearing Kangxi mark to base, with fitted case depicting dogs of Fo. Height 5.2 cm, diam

A Chinese monochrome glazed porcelain bowl, 19th century. Height 6.2 cm. Diameter 11.8 cm

A pair of Chinese hexagonal 'Shiwan' Jun type dishes, circa 18th century, each in the form of a flower, the body covered with a bluish lavender glaze, with dressed foot rim, fitted box, 16.3 cm diameter

A Chinese 'Doucai' 'Anbaxian' ogee dish, Qianlong mark, probably 19th century or later, interior centre painted with a full-faced flower head encircled by four peaches and stylized lotus blossom scrolls, the Eight Daosit Emblems, 'anbaxian' tied to flower

A Chinese 'qingbai' glaze bowl, Yuan dynasty (1279-1368), finely moulded with two boys amongst floral scrolls, 6.4 x 18.1 cm. Provenance: Acquired from Antique House, Royal Hawaiin Hotel, 2,000

A pair of Chinese porcelain dishes, Qing dynasty, 18th century, each with a foliate rim, decorated on the interior with stylized lotus motifs and eight Buddhist symbols, a six-character 'Chenghua' mark within a double circle to the base, 20 cm diam

A large Chinese porcelain bowl, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), decorated in under-glazed blue and over-glazed enamel with floral motifs, 26.9 x 11.4 cm

A Chinese f amille rose small round tea bowl, 18th century, decorated in various enamels, iron red and gold, gold plain top edge to interior, with three hundred and sixty degree view of Tsar Peter the Great visiting Holland, in a fine palette, 7 x 4 cm

A good pair of Chinese powder blue glazed porcelain bowls, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period (1662-1722), each with a broad trumpet flared mouth, decorated in gold enamel with a band of lattice panels and floral reserves on the interior, the exterior painted wit

Four brown glazed enamel porcelain bowls, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 11 x 12 cm

A Chinese red glazed bowl, six character Xuande mark to base, a controlled glaze on the rounded sides, a high foot in clear glaze, condition: minor scratches to glaze, D 20 cm, H 7 cm

A pair of Chinese yellow ground dishes, in solid canary yellow to the exterior, stone white to the interior; bearing underglaze Guangxu mark underside to both. Height 4.5 cm. Diameter 16 cm

A Chinese Yaozhou bowl, in the song manner, the greenware glazed bowl of typical conical form raised on a small foot rim, with carved fish and leaf decoration to the interior. Height 5 cm. Diameter 12 cm

Chinese Ming style porcelain bowl 12 cm dia with Buddhist symbol to interior

A Chinese porcelain shallow bowl, decorated with fish and water plants to the centre, the exterior with incised conforming designs outlined in underglaze blue, six-character mark under the base. Diameter 19.5 cm

A 'dragon' bowl and cover marks of Shendetang zhi, the steeply flared sides painted on the exterior in iron-red and gilding with two dragons pursuing flaming pearls on an incised white wave pattern ground, repeated on the domed cover around a central ring

A pair of 'famille-rose' coral-ground 'peony' bowls seal marks of Qianlong, each with steeply rounded sides, enamelled on the exterior with three yellow-ground panels of peony blooms issuing from leafy stems bordered by entwined leafy flowe

A yellow-glazed dish mark of Jiajing, with shallow rounded sides and lipped rim standing on a short tapering foot, covered overall with an egg-yolk yellow glaze falling short of the footrim, the white-glazed base inscribed in underglaze blue with a six-cha

An anhua-decorated white-glazed stem bowl Qing dynasty or later, with steep sllightly rounded sides rising to a flared rim and supported on a tall splayed foot, the interior decorated with two scaly dragons pursuing flaming pearls, the base of the interior

A doucai 'emblem' dish mark of Xianfeng, the shallow rounded sides springing from a recessed central medallion enclosing stylised peach sprays, within a band of the symbols of the Eight Immortals, all within double line borders, the exterior with a

A 'famille-verte' bowl Qing dynasty, Kangxi period, the steeply rounded sides painted on the exterior with panels of birds among flowering plants reserved on a ground of flowers and butterflies, all between lappet and diaper borders, the rim unglaz

Large antique Chinese polychrome fish bowl, with figural scene and interior goldfish decoration, 34 cm high

Chinese Qing porcelain dish, decorated with courtiers, circa 1900, 21 cm wide approx.

Two Swatow 17th century dishes, one with blue pattern on grey background, figure motive in centre, 28 cm diameter, the other in off white glaze, 38 cm diameter (2)

A Ching Dynasty 'Famille rose' bowl, depicting a meeting scene in the centre and sides. Xianfend (1851-1861) red mark to base. Diameter 25 cm

A pair of Chinese 'Wood grain' porcelain bowls. The oval bowls of lobed and flaring form raised upon petite lingzhi fungus feet, with a flattened and scroll decorated serpentine rim, the interior glazed in turquoise; bearing Qianlong mark underside

A Chinese Zhejiang Fir red lacquer basin and wooden dishes

Lucie Rie, elliptical shaped stoneware bowl, with white tin glaze to the interior and manganese glaze to the exterior, impressed LR seal mark to the base (glaze cracks to interior). Width 16 cm

A Chinese oval shaped bowl with underglaze blue dragon decoration, key fret pattern around the mouth with metal rim. Height 17 cm. Length 27 cm

A Chinese carved bowl stand in two parts, stylised longevity characters. Diameter 18 cm. Height 9.5 cm

Four Chinese porcelain saucer dishes in underglaze blue, a pair and two single dishes, moulded in a pie crust shape, [4]. Condition: the pair of dishes each have a restored crack, D14.5 cm

A Chinese porcelain fish bowl, the black glaze with large peony in bloom, Queen of flowers, symbolizing fame & wealth, the interior painted with aquatic plants & gold fish. Provenance: Imperial Peking collection. Height 50 cm, D 53 cm

A fine Chinese porcelain tea bowl, Qing dynasty, the moulded body has a brown rim above a border in underglaze blue & iron red, the exterior in enamels, D8.5 cm