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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,

Qing Dynasty (later) cup and saucer, famille rose design, circa 19th century

Qing Dynasty (later) cup and saucer, famille rose design, circa 19th century

Chinese porcelain wine cup, decorated with floral and Chinese script, diameter 6 cm approx

Antique Chinese cup & saucer Ex Christies Nanking Cargo (Lot 5729), approx 4 cm high, 10 cm diameter

Chinese wine cup with red dragon decoration 9 cm high

Two Chinese blue and white vases, 20th century, the larger with a trio of children playing in a circular design, the smaller with a white, blue and red floral design, height 16 cm and, height 12.5 cm

A Chinese Porcelain Stem Cup, Republic Period, and another, both in the famille rose palette, small rim frits and restored crack. [2] Diameter 19 cm (largest) Provenance: Sydney Private Collection, purchased Hong Kong, 1970's

Chinese export ware cup & saucer, decorated with Court Ladies, circa 1800 (restoration to saucer)

A Chinese Doucai cup, mark to base. Height 4 cm. Diameter 7 cm

A small yellow ground wine cup, 'Tongzhi' four character mark, but probably later, finely decorated in gilt and enamels with four 'shou' medallions bats and auspicious objects., 3.5 x 6.5 cm, together with a small blue and white cup, 17th century, 3.8 x 7

Two small Longquan celadon cups, Song-Yuan dynasty, 13th-14th century, a heavily crazed bubble bowl, both rims unglazed, together with a flower shaped foliate rimmed cup., Similar ice-crackle bubble bowl please see Sotheby's London, 11/12/1990, lot 235, si

Chinese early Cantonese ware cup and saucer 'Famille Rose'

A Dehua Blanc-de-Chine porcelain trio. Qing Dynasty, later 19th century. Three female deity figures, one of gentle serpentine form and a serene composed expression, another seated and holding a manuscript and the smallest figure with an animated and happy

A Chinese late 19th / early 20th century blanc de chine libation cup with hardwood cover on wooden base. Height 10 cm. Provenance: E.A. Stanton estate

A sang de boeuf cup, studio marks to base. Height 7 cm. Diameter 9 cm

Chinese polychrome porcelain cup with grape decoration to the sides, Chinese characters to the base, 7.5 cm high, small chip to the rim

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 Longquan ware shallow bowl and a flower shaped cup, 13th-15th century, the bowl heavily ported, 15.4 cm diameter and 8.5 cm diameter

A Ceremonial Wine Cup, Paiwan, South Taiwan, (mid twentieth century), carved wood, 81.4 cm long. Provenance: Dr. Hsu, Ying Chen, Taipai, Gift from above 1974, Used in weddings and other ceremonial occasions. For similar but 1 or 2 bowl pieces see ' Paiwan'

Chinese porcelain cup with under glaze blue decoration and green enamels, six character mark to base of Cheng Hua

Two Fencai porcelain wares, a footed bowl and a covered cup, probably people's Republic era, 20th century, the hexagonal bowl with a Robin's egg glazed interior and continuous decoration of auspicious 'Friends of winter' flora and fauna including cranes, d

Two Chinese blue glazed wares, a Ming style stem cup and a plate, the modulating Prussian blue urn form pedestal cup, with a thin near white glaze to the rim, and underglaze Wanli marks within concentric blue lines underside; and an unmarked blue plate sim

A Chinese blue and white tea bowl and saucer, the flared cup with a small foot rim, decorated externally with shaped figural and floral cartouches, with a chevron border to the inner rim, the saucer with similar decoration in radiating panels from a centra

A Chinese doucai 'narcissus' wine cup, Tongzhi six-character underglaze blue mark, 4.8 cm high

A Chinese shipwreck blue and white tea cup and saucer, Qing Dynasty, circa 1725. a Ca Mau Binh Thuan shipwreck piece, the slightly flared cup and associated saucer with a freely painted figure in a pine tree landscape within a decorated border, brown colou

A small pale celadon ruyi formed cup, late Qing Dynasty, fitted wood base and fitted box. 2.6 cm high, 6.1 cm diameter. Provenance: Artcurial Auction, France, 11/06/2012, lot 246

A pair of Chinese porcelain cups with Yongzheng mark inverted bell shaped wine cup, decorated to the exterior with rich iron red glaze and gilt floral patterns, 7 cm high

A small Chinese fine porcelain wine cup, hemispherical shape, decorated in coloured enamels with birds, lotus flowers and leaves. Six character mark under the base. Diameter 7 cm

A Kangxi blue and white shipwreck cup and saucer. Qing Dynasty, circa 1700, unknown shipwreck, the delicately modelled porcelain cup and saucer with finely lobed cells and ribs, each decorated in underglaze blue with various phoenix or cranes, centred with

Chinese red & blue 'Buddhist Symbols' wine cup exterior decorated with eight Buddhist symbols against a red stylised wave ground, six character marks to base. Diameter 8 cm

Chinese iron red 'Goldfish' wine cups decorated with gold fish agaist an incised wave ground, one cup restored, six character Qianlong mark to base. Dimensions 7.4 x 3.6 cm

A Chinese porcelain stem cup bowl decorated with painted enamels depicting eight Buddhist emblems. Bearing character marks to inner base. Height 11 cm. Diameter 15.5 cm

A Chinese wine cup decorated with cranes above an ocean within geometric border Guangxu mark to base. Height 7 cm.

A Chinese porcelain famille rose lotus shaped libation cup, possibly Guangxu period (1875-1908) Guangxu mark to verso of handle, 8.5 cm high, 14.5 cm long

A Chinese blue glazed stem cup and vase, in deep cobalt, the stem cup with a chalice style cup glazed to the interior and exterior, the bottle vase similarly glazed; both with underglaze Ming marks underside, the cup bearing Hongzhi marks, the other with a

A pair of Chinese Yingqing style glazed cup stands, the raised stands with pierced bases, the bowl with a central stepped raised section surrounded by a cavetto and flattened rim, having a thin ice blue to near white glaze. Height 9 cm. Diameter 21 cm

A Cantonese porcelain cup and saucer. Qing Dynasty, later 19th century, brocade decorated in famille rose enamels with gilt highlights, the saucer with four cloud shaped reserves enclosing flowers with birds and figural domestic scenes, the tapering coffee

A Kangxi blue and white shipwreck cup and saucer. Qing Dynasty, circa 1700, unknown shipwreck, the delicately modelled porcelain cup and saucer with finely lobed cells and ribs, each decorated in underglaze blue with various phoenix, a loosely drawn lingzh

A Chinese yellow glazed porcelain stem cup. Height 10 cm

Nine Chinese tea cups and saucers, decorated with figures in domestic scene (18), teacup height 5 cm diameter 7.5 cm, saucer diameter 12 cm

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