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A Chinese Qingbai porcelain ewer, song Dynasty pale green glazed with lobed body and fanned circular base. 14.5 cm high.

A Chinese phoenix head ewer, possibly song Dynasty (960-1279), the high-fired stoneware ewer covered overall with a translucent qingbai glaze, that is light grey buff in colour, the body with applied handle and spout. The phoenix head with rounded beak and

A rare Thai celadon ewer, 14th-15th century, the spout in the form of a phoenix head, with ribbed body and translucent glaze, Sawankholok kiln, 24 cm high

Three stoneware vessels, a Khmer owl form lime port, 12th century, a Thai small jar 14th-15th century, a Vietnamese fish shaped vessel;, with a Qingbai ewer, 14th-15th century (4)

Two Thai celadon phoenix ewers, 14th-16th century, 12 cm and 10.3 cm high (2), 4-

A Qingbai ewer, Southern Song, with pale green-ish white glaze, 17 cm high. Provenance: Wong Ying Ho, Koolong early 1980s

A Chinese blue and white porcelain dish, Qing Dynasty together with a pottery ewer, from a shipwreck, the dish has a finely drawn floral motif, both with barnacles & coral, a long coral strand still attached to base. Provenance: Salvaged by Captain Hat

A rare Chinese celadon glazed ewer, early Ming period, the wine ewer decorated with phoenix in relief and has a dragon form mouth and handles, 27.4 cm high. Reference: Yokyo National Museum collection - Yuan Shu-Fu glazed ewer Provenance: A private collect

A Chinese Wucai porcelain wine ewer, of double gourd shape decorated with flowers and rocks; six character Kangxi mark under the base. Height 20 cm

Three qingbai wares Yuan dynasty comprising a ewer moulded with phoenix in flight above a band of upright lappets; an octagonal stembowl, the steeply rounded sides similarly decorated; and a double-gourd shaped vase moulded with bands of petals, each cover

Chinese Wucai enamel ewer & cover, Guangxu iron red mark with Karas collection n.56, exhibited Ccs n.3

A Chinese marbled teapot and bowl in the Tang manner, the earthenware globular teapot with a hand modelled spout and semi circular handle, the lid with a figural finial, and a low tapering bowl both decorated throughout with a cream and brown marbled glaze

Early Chinese pottery ewer, celadon glazed, approx. 20 cm high

Two pieces of Chinese Yaozhou style Greenwares, Emulating the greenwares of the song Dynasty, a baluster vase with a trumpet neck and an oval ewer of similar form with a strap handle, both with overlapping leaf borders to the base and collar and continuous

A Chinese black-glazed ewer with 'rooster' spout, Possibly Eastern Jin period, with a curved handle on the opposite side to the spout, connecting the mouth and shoulders, the body flanked by a pair of bridge-shaped handle, 17 cm high. Provenance: Private c

A Ming style celadon-glazed ewer, the pear-shaped body supported on a short straight foot, rising to a slender waisted neck with broad everted mouth, set on one side with a slender upright spout joined to the side with a shaped strut opposite the bold stra

A small Qingbai ewer and cover, Yuan Dynasty, 1280-1368, with two shoulder lugs, the body divided into two sections, each one with eight moulded panels of flowers, unglazed base, 8 cm high, fitted box. Provenance: R & V Tregaskis 6/5/2000 (1501). See S

A Vietnamese globular stoneware ewer and cover, 13th/14th century, covered with a finely crazed pale celadon glaze, the spout in the form of a gnarled branch, the wide mouth with everted rim, unglazed base, 16.5 cm high. See John Guy 'Vietnamese Cerami

A Chinese green glazed stoneware ewer with inscription, 18.6 cm high

A group of three Chinese blue and white wares, including an ovoid teapot; a lobed ewer in the 17th to 18th century manner with a scroll strap handle, a slightly flared neck and a waisted foot, with a dragon frieze; and a rustic high shouldered ovoid pot wi

Chinese Tang-style pottery ewer, with crackled white glaze. Height 20 cm

A ribbed celadon circular bowl, 15th/16th century, a lavender blue grey jar 15 cm high and a dark blue glazed ewer 18cm high

A provincial Ming blue and white bowl 15 cm diameter, a Vietnamese chicken head ewer 9 cm high and two other blue and white pieces 8 and 12 cm high

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 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 song style Chinese pottery wine ewer, covered in a black glaze. No lid

A Cantonese export wine ewer Qianlong mark, the jug of bulbous form, yellow ground with reserves of flowers. Together with Buddhist rectangular plate, and a bell shaped vase. Jug 23 cm high plate 24 cm high. Vase 23 cm high.

A Chinese Yixing-type stoneware ewer or water Dropper, in the form of a peanut with a twig-styled handle, the cover with an animal finial impressed marks underside. Height 7 cm. Width 18 cm

A Chinese Song-style celadon-glazed stoneware ewer, the cup-shaped rim above the waisted neck and ovoid body, with applied double-reed handle and a short spout, the thin-glazed body with gouged and incised foliate decoration. Height 24 cm

A Chinese export famille rose milk jug of square ewer shape painted figures with blue floral borders. Height 14 cm

Song Dynasty style ewer and wine pot, 20th century, the ewer of melon shape with celadon glaze and the wine pot with pear shaped body with glaze pooling to drips towards the unglazed base (2) (A/F). Ewer height 11 cm. Wine pot height 16 cm

A small Chinese stoneware ewer and cover, 20th century. Dark tan, the waisted cylindrical neck above the segmented globular body with an extended loop handle and curving spout, the raised cover with a ball finial, an impressed seal mark to the base. Height

A Chinese Tang-style glazed earthenware ewer, the shaped pouring lip and stylized dragon's neck loop handle above the neck and body moulded throughout with horizontal fluted bands, the falling thin yellow glaze stopping above the foot. Height 43 cm

A Chinese transitional blue and white ewer, 1628-1644, Chongzhen period. Finely painted with a hunting scene, stylised tulips around the neck. 21.5 cm high. Provenance: R and V Tregaskis, Sydney, 11/2/2000; ex Gladys Shead collection, Sydney

A Swatow chicken head ewer and a similar bowl, Ming dynasty, 11 cm high and 13 cm diameter

A Chinese pottery ewer, the body of compressed squat shape, the neck fashioned in the form of a ducks terminating in a beak, possibly Neolithic period. Height 27 cm.

An extraordinary white-glazed ewer, with phoenix-head and long ribbed neck, covered in an ivory-white glaze. Reference: See 'Song Dynasty Ceramics', V & A, London, cat no 35 for a similar style ewer from the Liao Dynasty.

A large and rare Moghul-style white jade ewer, Qing Dynasty, 1644-1911, 20.9 cm high, the stone with darker inclusions, well carved in relief with exotic flowers and acanthus leaves.

A rare Cizhou white-glazed ewer, Northern song, 960-1127, 16.8 cm high. Covered with a good ivory white glaze. Reference: See 'Liao Pottery and Porcelain', 2002, p 105-106, cat no A1-A3 for similar examples.