A Chinese blue and white porcelain bowl. The tapering bowl of slightly ogee profile raised upon a small circular foot rim, decorated externally with underglaze floral bunches and sprigs beneath a narrow border to the rim; a Guangxu character mark underside
Three Chinese Ceramics, including a cafe au lait glazed porcelain bowl, six character mark to base, 7.5 x 15.5 cm diameter, a blue and white dish, 12 cm diameter, and a porcelain bowl, four character mark to base, 6 x 12 cm diameter
Two 18th century English blue and white items, includes one saucer bowl and one serpentine rimmed small dish, classical Chinese coastal landscape, one with two men in a courtyard, the other with two men on a bridge, gilt highlights.
Four 18th century English blue and white tea bowls and saucers, traditional Chinese coastal landscape decoration with one man on a bridge, gilt rims, one bowl with old staple repair, another with single frit.
A group of ten Oriental blue and white porcelain wares. Qing Dynasty to people's Republic of China era, 19th to 20th century, utilitarian and decorative wares including four dishes and a bowl (with inscribed family name), two tazze, a moon vase, lattice bo
A Chinese blue and white export ware bowl. Qing Dynasty, circa 1,800, the finely lobed bowl with a scallop edge raised on a ringed foot rim having a central scene of pavilions in a landscape within concentric blue rings, and decorated externally with alter
Two Chinese blue & white porcelain items. Plate (label verso indicates 'Ming - excavated Phillipines), also Shapiro Auctions label for K.R. Bernard-Smith collection (surface crack); & bowl with character marks to base. Diameter 20 cm (plate)
An unusual blue and white bowl mark of Kangxi, Qing dynasty the rounded sides painted with a frieze of jardinieres of fruits and flowers, above a continuous lotus scroll at the base and a band of the babao around the lipped rim, the interior with two drago
A blue and white hexagonal bowl, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period the flared sides painted on the exterior with flowering plants and rockwork, the interior with a similar central medallion and a formal border around the rim, sprig mark, 15.5 cm diameter
A large Chinese porcelain bowl in underglaze blue and white, 20th century, with straight sides, the inverted rim with a key fret pattern, the exterior with a continuous scrolling, flowering vine. Provenance: Private Collection of a gentleman. Diameter 47 c
A fine Chinese porcelain blue and white bowl, 19th/20th century, a vine with flowers and spiky leaves, a six character Ming mark to base. Provenance: Private Collection of a gentleman. Height 6.5 cm. Diameter 14.5 cm
A Chinese provincial blue and white bowl, early Qing Dynasty, decorated with a continuous floral scroll and Buddhist knots. Condition: firing crack to interior. Provenance: a private collection of an Australian diplomat. Height 7 cm. Diameter 15 cm
A Chinese provincial blue and white bowl, 19/20th century the exterior design of a phoenix and dragon, with stylized pearl and flames. Condition: small rim frits. Provenance: a private collection of an Australian diplomat. H 8 cm, D 28.5 cm
A large blue and white bowl decorated on the interior and exterior with landscapes, Transitional period, first half of the 17th century, 16 cm high, 34.5 cm diameter. Provenance: Collection of Rajah Watan Bone, King of South Sulawesi Rustam, Ujung Pandang
A Large Chinese blue and white bowl with a border decorated with auspicious symbols and peaches, below are the five roundels with cranes and deer, an encircled six characters Xuande mark on the base, Ming dynasty, late 16th century, 13 cm high and 28.5 cm
A Chinese deep blue and white bowl decorated with peaches and cranes on the exterior, studio mark on the base, second half of the 16th century, 17 cm diameter variable. Provenance: Rustam, Ujung Pandang, 1970s
Two blue and white porcelain, one barbed kraak saucer dish decorated with floral cartouches, and a water bird on a pond on the interior, also a large deep bowl decorated with a continuous pattern of lotus and animated lions, encircled Chenghua mark on the
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