A pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain dishes, 18th century, each decorated with flowering peonies, rocks and a willow tree in a garden, 23.3 cm diameter. Provenance: Sotheby's, Melbourne, 29/06/1987, lot 506
A pair of Chinese blue and white dishes, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period (1662-1722), each finely painted with fish amongst seaweed and flowers, six-character 'Chenghua' mark within a double circle in underglaze blue on the base, fitted box, 11.1 cm diameter.
A Chinese blue and white porcelain dish, Qing dynasty, 18th century, decorated with lotus flowers on the centre of the interior, a band of butterfly and flower motifs on the cavetto, and under-glazed blue leaf mark within a double circle to the base, 21 cm
A Chinese blue and white porcelain dish, Kangxi mark, 18th century, with foliated rim, interior decorated with floral motifs, four-character 'Kangxi' mark within double circle to the base, 20.5 cm diameter
A Chinese blue and white porcelain dish and plate, the dish painted to the well with a scene of fishermen and to the walls with various fish; the plate painted to the centre with plants in a fenced garden. Faults to both. Diameter 22 cm
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.
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 Swatow dish, Ming Dynasty, heavily decorated with scroll work to inner and outer sides, with mythical beast central medallion, and peony to base. Private collection, Perth. Purchased V.M Antiques, Ermita. Diameter 31 cm
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
Two blue and white dishes, Wanli period each one decorated in the centre with pagodas, a crane and lotus flower band around each rim and floral scrolls on the exterior, 24.3 cm diameter and 19 cm diameter (2). Provenance: Norma Lu gallery, Singapore, 1970s
Two Chinese blue and white saucer dishes, decorated with floral motifs, Kangxi period 21 cm diameter and 21.5 cm diameter (2). Provenance: Yagi, Kyoto, late 1970's, Lee Chinese antiques Co. Hong Kong, 1982 (three flower steams)
A Chinese blue and white porcelain dish, Qing Dynasty together with a pottery ewer, from a shipwreck, the dish has a finely drawn floral motif, both with barnacles & coral, a long coral strand still attached to base. Provenance: Salvaged by Captain Hatcher
A Chinese blue and white glaze ceramic dish, the dish is decorated floral and bird motif, metal rim, unglazed base Provenance: from the private collection of an Australian diplomat, collected throughout Asia in the 1980's and 1990's. Diameter 19 cm
A group of four Chinese ceramic items, bowls and dishes, comprising a blue and tan catfish plate of traditional design; an antique blue and white plate with a figural landscape scene set within a scrolling and insect decorated border, with four character m
Chinese blue and white 'Three Friends' dish, Xianfeng mark interior decorated with a roundel of the 'Three friends' of winter, bamboo, pine and prunus, exterior decorated with a courtesan and children in a garden setting, six character Xianfeng mark to ba
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