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Three Chinese porcelain items, comprising a blue and white seal box, 18th century, 7.5 cm diameter, an iron-red and gilt teapot, early 20th century, 10.3 cm high, and a blue and white bowl, mark, 20th century, 10.5 cm diameter
A Chinese Canton enamel tea-serving set, Republic period including a tea pot, a tea filter, four small jars and pots for milk and water, a circular box, and a small cylindrical vessel, 20 cm at tallest (water pot) (8)
A group of four small Chinese ceramic wares, a crackle-glazed blue porcelain dish; a pale blue-glazed porcelain jar or brush washer with a Kangxi mark underside; a green-glazed porcelain water pot, with stand; and a miniature green-glazed stoneware tea pot
A Chinese Yixing stoneware tea pot, of tall slightly-lobed form, the handles and spout modelled as knotty branches, the body and cover with raised slip decoration of flowering branches, an impressed seal mark underside. Height 14 cm
A Chinese Yixing stoneware tea pot, probably late Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), of squat ovoid form, incised decoration to one side of Shou-Lao with his deer and with a long inscription to the other, an impressed seal mark and incised characters underside, hei
A Chinese Qing-style blue and red porcelain tea pot, cylindrical with a sloping shoulder, the double swing handle cord-wrapped wire, decorated throughout with flowers and foliage. Height 16 cm (handle not raised)
A Chinese export polychrome-decorated porcelain tea pot, 19th century, cylindrical with a sloping shoulder and dished cover, the double swing handle cord-wrapped wire, decorated throughout in coloured enamels with birds and insects amidst flowering and fru
A large Chinese late Ming-style blue and white tea pot, probably of the period (16th/17th century), squat ovoid with a small shaped spout and three mask loops around the shoulder, the dish-shaped cover possibly associated, decorated to one side with horses
An exportware famille rose tea pot and two tea cups, Qianlong, the globular teapot painted in enamel with children, ladies, and antiques, the lid painted with antique objects, the two tea cups each decorated in rich colours with court scenes, each with a g
A 'Famille-rose' teapot and cover, Qing Dynasty Qianlong period the pear-shaped body set with a narrow spout opposite the loop handle and painted in bright enamels with a pheasant perched on rockwork among flowering prunus and peony, the domed cover with m
Large Chinese blue and white teapot, mid to late 20th century, decorated with dragons, apocryphal Longqing mark to base, together with a large modern Thai blue and white centre bowl depicting continuous decorations with figures in a garden, retailed by Mai
A Chinese stoneware tea pot, 20th century. Globular, dark brown, relief-decorated to one side in red-brown slip with various plants in pots, the opposing side with lines of script in slip, impressed four-character mark to the base. Height 14.5 cm.
A Chinese porcelain tall blue and white teapot, the small swollen square section body on a square tapered tall pedestal to the bowl form square base, painted blue tendril and floral decoration, complete with a flat square section lid.12.7 x 13 x 21 cm
A Chinese Yixing stoneware teapot possibly late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) dark tan colour, undecorated, ovoid with a short spout and loop handle, the cover with a short curved handle, an impressed seal mark to the base. Height 11.5 cm. Width 14 cm
A Canton enamel teapot and cover, Qing Dynasty, 18th century, decorated in 'Famille-Rose' palette with maidens and boys in a continuous garden between formal borders, metal swing handle (2) 21.5 cm wide
A large Chinese celadon lidded teapot. 20th century, the oversized spherical form with dragon styled handle displays an incised dragon motif to the front and verso an incised fenghuang motif. Height 33 cm.
A Chinese blue and white teapot. Bearing Jianqing mark (1796-1820), the squat shaped form with single looped handle and spout displays text filled cartouches to front and back. Stamped to base. Height 13 cm.
A Chinese blue and white teapot and cover 19th century, decorated with a landscape on one side and a poem on the reverse, dated 1849 8.5 cm reference: an almost identical teapot was sold in a spring auction in Beijing, April 2008 (672,000Rmb), from the fam