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Chinese blue & white Yin Yin vase, with flared rim, approx 36 cm high

Chinese powder blue pear shaped vase, raised decoration in relief with peaches and foliage, later drilled base for lamp conversion, 31 cm high

Chinese Robins egg glazed vase with applied lions mask ring handles, 20 cm diameter

Two small Ming dynasty blue and white jars, and a small pear-shaped vase. Height 13.5 cm max

Chinese Cizhou ware vase, painted with peony scrolls. Height 29 cm

Chinese peachbloom glazed slender baluster vase, apocryphal Kangxi mark to the base. Height 24 cm

Pair of Chinese famille rose mirror image baluster vases, late Republic period, the base with gu yue xuan [Old Moon Pavillion] mark. Height 23.5 cm

Large Chinese pottery vase with blue glaze outside, white glaze inside and deer head form handles, 26.5 cm high

Two Chinese eggshell porcelain vases Republic period, with calligraphy. In boxes

A Chinese Qing Dynasty vase. Presently a table lamp. Overall 87 cm high

A Chinese ox blood glaze porcelain vase of gu shape and crackle glaze base. Height 19.5 cm

A Chinese porcelain Tricorn shaped vase with finely painted enamel mountain river landscape. Height 12 cm

A Chinese Peking blue and red overlay glass vase of baluster form with relief baby dragons chasing a flaming pearl. Height 14.5 cm

A Chinese ox blood splashed glaze pottery vase with inverted rim and three full relief moth decorations. Six character Guang Xu mark, circa 1900. Height 24 cm

Chinese Ceramics: group of 12 pieces of blue and white porcelain and earthen Ware plates, vases and cups, circa 19th and 20th century (12 items)

Satsuma and Oriental porcelain: Satsuma lidded vase, potpourri, bowl, tea pot and cup with saucer; plus Chinese eggshell porcelain bowl. Includes 3 wooden stands. (10 items) (7 items)

A Chinese Jun Ware-style bottle vase, of ovoid form with a long slender neck, and glazed in the typical Jun Ware, manner of red suffused with white, and raised on a small circular foot. Height 32.5 cm.

An unusual rustic Chinese glazed figural ewer, fashioned as a bowl with a fixed matching cover with a circular aperture to the top surmounted by a rustic chilong handle and having a small spout, the whole with a rich brown and cream pulled and feathered st

A fine large Cantonese vase, of gently lobed baluster form with fabric style folds to the neck and dogs of fo handles, with two large reserves in a wucai palette depicting various narrative scenes upon a deep cornflower blue ground decorated with gilt frui

A fine large Cantonese famille rose vase, of baluster form with a trumpet neck and dogs of fo handles, with reserves in rose, blue, lemon and emerald enamels depicting an interior court scene and to the reverse, a battle, miniature narrative reserves also

Chinese famille rose vase. Peacocks in landscape decoration. Character marks to base. Height 43 cm

Chinese porcelain vase. Crackle glazed . Deity figure decoration. On carved stand. Height 26 cm

Chinese porcelain vase. Dragon decoration on blue ground. Character marks to base. Height 44 cm

Large Chinese mottled green glazed flared rim vase, with stepped banding to the body and cast mask head and drop ring mounts to the sides, 31.5 cm high

A Chinese blue glass bottle-neck vase, Qianlong four-character incised mark but later, carved in high relief of a fisherman catching a carp by a lotus pond, accompanied by various symbols of longevity and fortuity such as peaches, cranes, pine trees, and r

A Chinese celadon-glaze square vase, early to mid-20th century, of rounded shoulder and tall neck, flanked with a pair of 'dragon' handles, supported on a flaring and tall foot, original stand, 22 cm high. Provenance: Acquired in Shanghai, between 1950-195

A Chinese Yixing stoneware 'landscape' vase, moulded and carved in high relief with clay of different colours with a landscape with garden pavilions, the other side with a poem appreciating the scene, 8.8 cm high

A Chinese enamelled bottle-shaped vase, Signed Shi Yuchu (1090-1972), Republic period, painted with two butterflies flying about a field of daisies, with stand and box, 16.5 cm high. Provenance: Ex K. Y. Fine Art Exhibited: Lot 21, Innovation and Continuit

A Chinese Qianjiangcai 'Landscape' hexagonal vase, Attributed to Xu Shanqin, Republic period, with angular shoulder, painted on five sides with a landscape of mountains and trees, inscribed on the sixth with a verse from a poem by Xu Ben, signed 'winter of

A Chinese painted-enamel vase, Attributed to Wang Qi, painted around the body with figures of an old gentleman and his servant resting in an autumn forest, inscribed with a poem appropriating the scene, signed, 'Year of kuiyou (1933), Wang Qi, Zhu Shan', a

A Chinese export hexagonal vase and cover, Qianlong period, painted on each side in a reserve with a continuous image of figures set in a garden pavilion, each side accompanied by two smaller reserves around the neck and near the foot rim, painted with lan

A Chinese wucai vase, Late Qing dynasty, painted around the body with two branches of flowers accompanied by birds and insects, between stylised ruyi heads and leafy borders, the shoulder and the neck decorated with bands of decoration including four panel

A famille-rose Tibetan-style ewer, penba, Jiaqing six-character mark to the base but later, the compressed globular body finely enamelled with the bajixiang, the Eight Buddhist Emblems, between two decorative borders, all reserved on a yellow ground, surmo

A turquoise-glaze 'elephant' handle vase, hu, of compressed globular body, covered overall with a bright-bluish-turquoise ground except for the foot rim, carved around the body with two taotie masks against a hui-ground, the neck with six lappets of vertic

A Chinese blue-glaze 'elephant'-handle square vase, cong, Qianlong six-character seal mark, the square body supported on a circular foot rim and raised to a circular neck, flanked by a pair of 'elephant' each suspended with a ring, covered overall with a b

A Chinese tea-dust-glaze cylindrical 'bagua' vase, cong, Qianlong six-character embossed seal-mark, moulded and carved on all four sides with symbols of the eight trigrams, supported on the circular foot rim and raising to a narrowing and circular neck, 25

A Chinese sang-de-boeuf vase, and a small Chinese crackle-glaze vase, the sang-de-boeuf vase of slope neck raising to a narrow neck, the crackle-glaze vase of similar shape with flat base, 19 cm high, 8 cm high, (2)

A miniature Chinese famille-rose faceted bottle vase, Qianlong six-character iron-red seal mark, enamelled in each facet with a flower spray on decorative grounds, and gilded ridges, the neck and foot rim with hui and scrolling flower patterns in blue enam

A Chinese celadon-glaze vase, covered with a celadon glaze except for the foot rim, exposing burnt orange in the firing, carved with a repeated scene of blooming lotus flower drawing a dragonfly, all between two decorative borders, the neck carved with lap

A Chinese pierced wucai double-wall long-neck vase, Kangxi six-character embossed seal mark, Late Qing or Republic, the globular body moulded and carved in high relief the 18 arhats in groups, each with his representative sttribute, the neck with a flying

A Chinese blue-and-white square shaped vase, Republic period, painted on one side with wild geese by a pond amongst reeds, on the other with a crane resting on a pine tree, flanked by a pair of animal-mask handles with rings, 22.7 cm high

Chinese Peking glass bottle vase, decorated with mythical creatures and Chinese motifs, mark with Chinese character seal mark to base. Height 27.5 cm

A rare Chinese famille-rose miniature garniture, Yongzheng period, 1723-1735. Comprising a pair of waisted vases and three covered baluster vases, each one decorated with cockerels and peony in bold enamels. 15.2 cm, 15.3 cm, 14.7 cm, 15 cm and 12 cm high.

A massive pair of Chinese Qingbai covered vases, Southern Song/Yuan dynasty, 13th-14th century, each one with applied decoration of a dragon and figures, a phoenix finial on each cover. 73 cm and 76 cm high. Reference. See Stacey Pierson, Qingbai Ware: 'Ch