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A famille rose bowl, the rice bowl of ogee profile raised upon a foot rim, continuously decorated with female figures in a fenced garden and pavilion setting, bearing Guangxu marks underside. Height 7 cm. Diameter 14 cm
A fine Chinese porcelain deep walled bowl, decorated with panels of figures in interiors and other panels of birds, moths and flowers, in famille rose enamels, reserved on a background of fine tendrils on a gold ground; six character Kangxi mark within dou
A set of four Chinese famille rose porcelain dishes, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), with armorial decorated in the centre, painted in gilt and enamels, 22 cm diameter, Publication, D avid Sanctuary Howard, ' Chinese Armorial Porcelain' p.100
A large Chinese famille rose enamel porcelain bowl, Qianlong period, 18th century, with hard wood stand, 19th century, finely painted in rich enamel colours with different court scenes framed by gilded floral scrolls on the exterior, the interior mouth rim
A Chinese famille rose dish. the shallow bowl raised on a low foot rim, decorated to the interior in pink and green colours with peony flowers and two birds, similar to the exterior; mock Yongzheng marks underside. Height 4.5 cm. Diameter 21 cm
A small Chinese porcelain dish inscribed with poem, the poem to the centre of the well framed by a figure, bird and foliage in famille rose, the exterior with agate-like glaze, stylised Qianlong seal mark under the base. Diameter 12 cm
A pair of Chinese famille rose bat dishes and a porcelain box. Apair of yellow ground dishes decorated with peaches, bats and auspicious Buddhist symbols, shou medallions centrally, and an iron red glazed cushion shaped box; Guangxu characters to the dishe
A fine Chinese egg shell porcelain famille rose bowl. Well decorated with myriad red crested cranes in an auspicious pine tree and prunus blossom landscape, with clumps of iron red lingzhi fungus to the base, blue stylised borders to the rims and centred w
A Chinese famille rose bowl. The tapering bowl raised upon a small circular foot rim decorated with a dragon and phoenix chasing a flaming pearl amidst fiery clouds, with key fret and wavy borders; mock Qianlong seal in iron red underside. Height 6.5 cm. D
An 18th/19th century Chinese famille rose bowl, the floral rock and bamboo decoration in polychrome enamels dominated with red, green and blue gilt highlights, raised from a circular ring foot. Two hairline cracks and rim chip. Diameter 23.3 cm, height 10
A Chinese famille-rose 'Flowering peach' saucer dish, Yongzheng four-character mark, 20th century, 23.8 cm diameter. Provenance: NSW private collection, acquired from 'See an old friend' circa 2000, Exhibition and Publication: Innovation and Continuity: 20
A fine Chinese porcelain famille rose 'Eight Buddhist Emblems' tea bowl, marked for the Tongzhi period, fine enamelled decoration, square scroll decorated top exterior rim, the six character marks to base in underglaze blue. Diameter 10.6 cm
A pair of Chinese Fencai enamel tea bowls with covers, late Qing Dynasty, later 19th to early 20th century, the bowls of tapering form and raised on small foot rims delicately decorated with a processional scene of a figure riding a lion horse and attendan
A pair of 'Mille Fleur' porcelain bowls, with Qianlong mark, and a plate. A pair of 'Mille Fleur' porcelain bowls, with Qianlong mark, the exterior floral decoration on gilt ground, together with a 'Famille rose' porcelain plate with Guangxu mark (3).
A Chinese famille rose lozenge form bowl, the side panels with figures within a walled garden setting, calligraphy in black to the concaved corners, blue painted decoration to the flat dished rim. 21.5 cm x 16.5 cm x 7.5 cm
A lime-green ground 'famille-rose' saucer dish mark of Guangxu the interior decorated with a central gilt shou character medallion within the wu fu, reserved on a turquoise ground and repeated in a frieze around the cavetto, interspersed with ribboned wan
A Chinese famille rose plate & tea bowl Qing dynasty 19th century classical painting, a red crested crane on a lattice fence & figures on the bowl in a pavilion garden, in underglaze and overglaze enamels. Minor frits and chips on the rim with a short hair
Two Fencai porcelain wares, a footed bowl and a covered cup, probably people's Republic era, 20th century, the hexagonal bowl with a Robin's egg glazed interior and continuous decoration of auspicious 'Friends of winter' flora and fauna including cranes, d
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