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A large Chinese famille rose mug, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the cylindrical mug of generous proportions with an applied split handle with leafy mounts, decorated to the body with trailing flora, rockwork and birds in a predominantly pink, blue, apple gre
A Chinese porcelain mug, Qing dynasty, 18th-19th century, decorated in under-glazed blue, over-glazed enamel and gilt, well painted with a scholar, attendants and ladies in a garden scene, 13.2 x 15.5 cm
Two Chinese famille rose mugs, Qing dynasty, 18th century, one painted with a scholar, ladies and children, with a dragon handle, the other one decorated with scholars to the interior, 13 x 8.6 cm and 14 x 11 cm
A late 19th century Yok Sang Chinese silver mug, tapered cylindrical form, embossed relief chrysanthemum decoration on very finely hammered ground, raised vacant circular moon form cartouche, raised borders, bamboo handle. Impressed marks. 118gms. Height 8
Two blue and white beaker vases, Gu, Qing dynasty, Kangxi Period, (2), each painted with upright stiff leaves extending from the central bulb encircled with ribboned emblems and florettes, the base of one with, leaf mark, box, (2), 17.6 cm and 20 cm high
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 pair of iron-red ground 'Gu' vases, late 19th/20th century each of archaic beaker form and square section, decorated in 'famille-rose' enamels with floral vignettes reserved on the ground gilt with lotus scrolls and formal borders (2), 29 cm high
A magnificent Kangxi blue and white shipwreck beaker vase. Qing Dynasty, circa 1690, unknown shipwreck, in the style of Vung Tau shipwreck cargo, the gu-shaped beaker vase decorated throughout with lotus petal shaped panels enclosing traditional landscape
A blue and white beaker vase, Gu, Qing dynasty Shunzhi period the sides painted with birds in flight and perched on branches of a blossoming prunus tree growing beside flowering plants, the centre with a band of lotus, pomegranate and pierced rockwork abov
A Chinese porcelain beaker, later Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the footed tankard style beaker with a simple 'C' form handle and an underglaze blue ruyi and stylised lappet border to the rim, with a continuous narrative scene of figures in a landscape paint
A large Chinese famille rose tankard, Qianlong, circa 1770, with rope twist handle, well decorated with flowers. 15.7 cm high, together with a famille rose tea-bowl, 18th century. 8.5 cm high. Provenance: Private NSW Southern Highlands collection. R & V Tr
A Chinese Dehua beaker vase, early Qing Dynasty, 17th century. With flared mouth and a bulbous section in the middle finely incised with a floral design, covered in an unctuous ivory-white glaze. Old labels to base: Brodie and Enid Lodge (no 85); OCS dated
Rare Chinese export porcelain beer or coffee mug. Decorated with Canton famille rose figures in a courtyard. A bright turquoise coloured rock beneath the strap handles. Minor wear and firing spots only. Height 10 cm
Early 18th century rare, large Chinese porcelain tankard. Decorated with the traditional underglaze blue and over glaze iron red and gilding of floral sprays and elaborate crosshatch and fish spawn borders. Short restored hairline to rim plus two other sho
A blue and white beaker vase Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period the slender body painted with a continuous landscape depicting a sage and attendant walking along a rocky shore, a pavilion and thatched hut set among trees and rocks nearby, wood stand and box (2),
An 18th century Chinese blue and white exportware mug, the cylindrical body with an extensive coastal scene with buildings and figures, banded borders, the dragon form handle with open mouth to the top. minor chipping at rim. Height 12 cm. Diameter 10 cm
An 18th century Chinese exportware large mug of plain cylindrical form, underglaze blue decoration to the handle, rim and Adams style cartouche with floral swags, restrained scattered florals to the ground, gilt highlights, chip to top rim. Height 16 cm. D
A blue and white beaker vase, Ca. 1640 or later painted in bright cobalt-blue with birds in flight over blossoming prunus and bamboo above a ruyi head and foliate scroll and an incised chevron pattern border, a band of stiff leaves encircling the base, the
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