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A group of thirteen Chinese and Asian art reference books, including John Ayers, Far Eastern Ceramics in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1980, Daisy Lion-Goldschmidt, Ming Porcelain, London, 1978, Michel Beurdeley and Guy Raindre, Qing porcelain: F
A Chinese blue and white cup, Kangxi period (1664-1722), finely potted, the exterior nicely painted with floral scrolls, a small chrysanthemum painted in the centre of the interior, an under-glazed conch shell mark to base, 8 cm diameter, 7 cm high, fitted
Five blue and white cups and saucers Qing dynasty, Kangxi period, (10), each pencilled with a central medallion of peonies and rocks within radiating flower sprig panels on the petal moulded sides, marks, (10), each saucer 13 cm diameter
Two Chinese porcelain snuff bottles, a compressed high shouldered shaped blue and white bottle with underglaze figural scenes of scholars, with four character marks underside; and a cylindrical bottle with a blue and maroon scene of writhing dragons chasin
A Chinese Yixing teapot, with blue and white enamel decoration and metal handle, inscribed signature underneath the cover and to the interior centre of the teapot, impressed mark underneath the back handle support and to the base, width 17.5 cm
Two Chinese blue and white moon-flasks, Qing Dynasty, 19th century decorated with a lotus surrounded by scrolling foliage above a band of stiff leaves and two chi long on the shoulders, 23.5 & 26.5 cm high
A Chinese blue and white porcelain brick, Qing dynasty, 18th century, one side finely painted with a scholar and attendants in a landscape scene, the other side with flowers and rocks, mounted with a wooden frame, 26.2 x 17 cm
A Chinese blue and white censer pot. the straight-sided circular box with a single horizontal flute decoration near the rim, decorated in the Kangxi manner with a narrative comprising three figures in a fenced landscape setting, the underglaze blue with he
Two antique Chinese blue and white wine vessels, Qing Dynasty, possibly 18th-19th century. the high shouldered ovoid minyao vessels with short straightsided necks, having four loop handles to the collar and a small pouring spout, one spout absent, freely d
A Chinese porcelain brush pot, cylindrical shape, decorated with two panels of Precious Objects in blue and white, bands of chocolate brown glaze decorate the mouth and foot, each incised with square fret and wave pattern. Height 15.5 cm
A pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain stools, the octagonal barrel shaped stools with pierced coins to the top and sides, decorated with applied button nodules, floral forms throughout, between key fret and wave borders. Height 46 cm.
An opposite pair of petite Chinese blue and white Teapots. People's Republic of China era, later 20th century, the pots of compressed form with loop handles and domed lids with finials, decorated in underglaze cobalt with continuous scenes of figures i
A small yellow ground wine cup, 'Tongzhi' four character mark, but probably later, finely decorated in gilt and enamels with four 'shou' medallions bats and auspicious objects., 3.5 x 6.5 cm, together with a small blue and white cup, 17th century, 3.8 x 7
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