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A Chinese porcelain Goldfish teapot, the straight-sided teapot with a small loop handle and short spout with a domed lid and peach finial, decorated throughout with goldfish and aquatic plants, with a 20th century red bordered 'Qianlong period make'
A Chinese Cantonese export ware teapot, early 20th century, the high shouldered teapot decorated throughout with flora, fruits and butterflies, with a small lid with fruit knop and entwined twig form handle. Height 11 cm
A new hall teapot, circa 1790, pattern 195, in hard paste porcelain, the 'Silver' shaped teapot with a high set 'C' scroll handle, curvaceous spout, low domed cover and onion shaped finial, enamel decorated in 'Knitting' pattern and
A Yixing tea pot with two seals of the artist, Xu Hantang [1932-], the Zisha clay with an impressed mark inside the lid and one on the base. Provenance: The private collection of an Eastern suburbs gentleman. Height 17 cm. Diameter 14 cm
A Chinese blue Yixing tea pot, two seals of the artist: Jiang Rong [1919-2008], one inside the lid and one on base, Jiang Rong, well known female Zisha artist and famous for her frogs on lily pads, and the detailed and contrasting colours used on all the p
A Chinese Yixing style teapot with enamel decoration, 20th century, the compressed pumpkin shaped pot decorated with light and dark blue enamel flowers and butterflies on an unglazed terracotta ground, impressed marks underside. Height 10.5 cm. Width 18.5
A Chinese Yixing teapot, with blue and white enamel decoration and metal handle, inscribed signature underneath the cover and to the interior centre of the teapot, impressed mark underneath the back handle support and to the base, width 17.5 cm
A Chinese porcelain teapot with metal handles & iron red mark to base, Qing dynasty, 19th century, painted in polychrome enamels, the front with mandarins being waited on by servants, the reverse with maidens in boats on a lotus pond, height 18 cm
A fine famille rose teapot, Qing Dynasty, 19th century. the straight-sided teapot with a flat lid, vegetal finial and braided handle, with rose medallion decoration throughout. Height 12.5 cm. Width 21 cm
Chinese famille rose ovoid shaped teapot, Qing Dynasty, well painted in overglaze enamels, with baitong handles, four character makers mark to base. Provenance: a ladies collection, Sydney, height 14 cm
A Chinese porcelain part dinner service, goldfish decorated with gilt highlights, comprising five dinner plates, six side plates, two ashettes, two lidded tureens, two sauce boats on trays with spoons and a part tea service of nine pieces
A vintage Chinese Yixing ware teapot, the brown terracotta compressed melon form body with fine relief vine, leaf, ladybird and small pumpkin design, the short spout leaf wrapped, ribbed handle, impressed marks to the flat lid interior.
A Chinese Yixing teapot. People's Republic of China era, later 20th century, in red brown tones and of compressed ovoid form with a twig handle issuing peach leaves and small fruits, the low domed lid with a peach and twig finial; impressed seal mark under
A small Chinese Qingbai teapot, the lobed pear shaped form with a slender spout and a scrolled handle having a small embellishment to the thumb spur, typically decorated in a thin ice blue glaze. Height 9.5 cm
A Yixing teapot, on three feet, decorated with poetry and ships in harbour scenes, the handle in a stylised dragon with it's mouth joining to the body, chop to inner lid, stamp to base with calligraphy to either side of stamp. Height 12 cm. Length 18 cm
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