A turquoise-glazed moon flask Qing dynasty, 18th century of multi-lobed form and oval section, the rounded sides springing from a waisted foot, tapering to the incurved mouth, covered with a bright turquoise glaze falling unevenly short of the splayed foot
A Chinese porcelain Wucai moon flask vase with underglaze blue design and decorated to the exterior with brightly coloured 'Wucai' enamels depicting the popular motif of four young boys riding qilins chasing flaming pearls, Chenghua six-character inscripti
A Chinese blue and white export ware porcelain moon flask, the faces decorated with panels of figures in landscape, the sides and neck decorated with blossom on a cracked 'Ice' ground, two dragons form handles at the shoulder. Kangxi four character mark un
Ox blood Chinese vase, white Chinese pottery water jug with moulded decoration, the jug with incised decoration and elephant handle, the shape moon flask with bat handles together with an ox blood vase. 50 cm, 42 cm, 42 cm.
A pair of Canton 'Famille-Rose' moon flasks, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, a pair of Canton 'Famille-Rose' moon flasks, Qing Dynasty, 19th century each of flattened circular form, standing on a high slightly splayed foot and surmounted by a tall cylindrical
A very large Chinese moon flask vase, bearing Chi'en Lung mark (1736-1795), the narrow neck above a pair of gilt dragon lug handles and a flattened cylindrical body decorated with a raised central image of a dragon against a yellow ground. Height 60 cm
A Chinese famille verte moon flask, the cylindrical neck above rounded shoulders set with dragon lug handles, the green ground decorated with flowering vines encompassing panels of birds among trees. Height 27 cm
A Chinese late Qing blue and white moon flask, bearing Ch'ien Lung mark 1736-1795, the shoulder set with elegant dragon handles above a slightly bulbous body painted with birds among reeds. Standing on a circular rimmed foot. Height 32 cm
A large Canton enamel porcelain moon flask, the circular body decorated with medallions depicting buildings, agricultural workers and extensive landscapes, within circular borders painted with Manchurian cranes, and further enclosed within a trefoil border
A Chinese famille jaune moon flask. Bearing Qianlong mark (1736-1795), the flattened spherical form with relief dragon lugs to each side and displaying figurative cartouches to front and verso. Stamped to base. Height 37 cm.
A Chinese blue and white moon flask, Also referred to as pilgrim bottles, this unusually large piece has a tapered cylindrical neck decorated with cell and bead patterns, the shoulders are surmounted by undulating dragon handles, the sides are decorated wi
A small Fencai moon flask. Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) Qianlong style. The small flattened ovoid body with enamelled scene of quail to one side and sparrows to verso with gilded decorative lugs to the side. Stamped to base. Height: 29 cm. Width 22 cm. Depth 9
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