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A champleve enamel archaic style covered vessel with handle, decorated in bright enamels with taotie mask designs. Height 31.5 cm

Pair of early Chinese champleve vases. Chinese character panels & Kyalin handles. Height 40 cm

A Norwegian silver gilt and floral champleve enamel tea strainer by David-Andersen, 1888-1925, with Birmingham import marks for 1899, 11.8 cm long

A Japanese champleve enamel lamp 20th Century, 52 cm high. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A very fine rock crystal, enamel and diamond-set desk clock with box, Cartier, numbered 379 and 7137, circa 1915 jewelled lever movement, translucent blue enamel dial on sunburst background, outer gold, rose diamond and white champleve enamel ring for the

Italian brass casket, 19th century, with champleve arch panels and velvet lined interior. Height 22.5 cm

A large Japanese bronze and champleve vessel (Hibachi), 19th/20th century, 35.5 cm high.

A large Japanese bronze and champleve censor, Meiji period, 44 cm high.

A Chinese bronze champleve vase, with twin dragon form handles and hexagonal section. Height 37.5 cm. (af)

A Chinese champleve enamel and brass covered bowl. Diameter 8 cm

A Japanese champleve enamel and bronze censer in the form of a Kylin, 19th century, 23 cm high

An early 20th cent cast bronze lidded incense burner with champleve decoration

Chinese champleve vase. Dual handled. Height 30 cm

A Chinese brass and champleve enamel censer, of bulbous form with a pierced domed lid and a fo dog finial, with splayed handles and three fantastic mask feet, embellished over all with scroll and floral champleve enamel. Height 17 cm.

A Chinese champleve enamel jardiniere relief cast with a bamboo and floral motif 16 cm high

A pair of Chinese champleve enamel and brass baluster vases. Height 18 cm

Early 20th century Chinese champleve bronze vase. Bulbous form with elephant handles. Bronze. Height 24 cm

Japanese champleve Koro, with mythical creature to lid

A champleve enamel on bronze planter, Meiji period 19th century. Decorated with flowers. 29 cm diameter.

Early Oriental champleve pot. Kylin mounted to lid. Height 36 cm

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