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A small Japanese bronze water dropper, Meiji period (1868-1912), In the form of a shi-shi lion, 6 x 9 cm

Chinese blue glazed ceramic temple dog, together with a water dropper [2]

A scholar's water dropper with Jun glaze together with a blue and white stemmed cup with underglaze blue Ming mark. [2] Dropper. Diameter 6 cm

A Chinese blue and white bird form water dropper, 20th century, 8 cm high

A Meiji period black lacquer writing box, inside well used inkstone and copper water dropper, on lid three family mon crests, inside two pine trees, 22.5 x 14 cm

A pair of porcelain water Droppers, song Dynasty styled in a white glaze, with long spout and short handle, decorated with frogs, fish scales and pearls, Hutian kiln, 7 cm high. Provenance: The Estate of the late David Henwood

Selection of oriental pieces, to include a water dropper, a green frog, malachite and various other pieces, 11 pieces in total.

Chinese bronze water Dropper, of bell form with dragon handle and lion finial with darkened, worn patina

Unusual pair Chinese Buddha's feet water droppers in the shape of a pair of feet each surmounted by a blue and white Koi fish with spout opening, 10 cm long

Chinese brass water dropper, in the form of a pig. 9.5 cm long

A Chinese pottery green glazed water dropper together with a pottery green glazed figure, green crackle glazed bowl and signed soap stone carving of a small exotic animal

A Chinese bronze water Dropper in the antique manner, in the form of a trumpet bell with a broad spreading base having a long slender engraved spout and an applied 'C' shaped handle, the small lid with a dog of fo finial, the body decorated with vertical l

A Chinese porcelain model of a vegetable (lotus?) pod, probably a water dropper, underglaze blue and enamel decoration. Length 13 cm

A beautifully potted Chinese celadon water dropper in the shape of a kylin or mythical beast sitting on a fabulous, custom-made carved fruitwood stand. 18th century or earlier. Hairline crack to one back leg. Length 11 cm.

Two Korean celadon water droppers, both with slip decoration. Height 6 cm

A Chinese silver 'Water Buffalo and Child' water dropper, with enamelled details to child. Some losses to enamel. Length 14 cm

Chinese porcelain water Dropper. Sage in red robes decoration character marks to base. Height 14 cm

Five various Chinese porcelain items, including two brush pots; cracked glaze frog form water dropper; jar (missing lid); and small dish. Height 12 cm. (average for brusHeight pots)

A Chinese porcelain water dropper, in the shape of a miniature teapot decorated in underglaze blue and red flowers in relief. Length 15 cm

Dark brown Chinese glazed water Dropper with lugs Age uncertain. Extensive wear. Height 10 cm.

A pair of Chinese Yixing-type stoneware water Droppers, fitting together to form the taijitu, one tan, one dark brown, each with a finialled cover and modelled with a recessed handle, the bodies with incised inscriptions, the covers with the bagua, impress

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

An unusual Chinese water dropper, 19th/ 20th century, in the form of a mouse climbing over a branch of grapes, the mouse in a purple glaze, the plant in green and teal. 11 cm wide

19th century Chinese blue and white calligraphers water dropper of provincial design, circa 1850

A small Korean celadon water dropper, and a bowl with flower design. Koryo period (12th-14th century). The bowl, diameter 140

Four assorted Chinese items, to include, robins egg glazed water dropper, tri footed censer, two temple dogs (4)

Chinese jade water Dropper finely carved at each end with dragon mask holding ring

A Japanese Bizen ware water dropper in the form of a hare, 19th century

A rare Dehua water dropper, Kangxi (1662-1722) 4.5 x 8.3 x 8.3 cm

A Zoomorphic Chinese bronze water dropper, 17th/18th century

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