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A set of Chinese porcelain trio of round tea bowl, round teacup with simple handle and saucer, Yongzheng period (1723-1735), decorated in famille verte with black enamel, iron red and gold, each piece with a European city/river scene with European figures,

A Chinese porcelain famille verte dish, Kangxi period (1662-1722), painted with a scholar riding a horse with his attendant leaving from home, the cavetto decorated with a band of auspicious symbols separated by four 'Ruyi' head shaped floral scrol

A wucai 'dragon' bowl mark of Jiajing, the slightly flared sides painted on the exterior with four dragons among clouds and flames, above a band of overlapping petals around the base, the interior with a further dragon in a central medallion within

A group of three Chinese blue-and-white bowls and a wucai bowl, Wanli to Kangxi period various sizes from 10.5 cm to 14.2 cm diam. (4). Provenance: NSW Private Collection. The Wanli blue-and-white bowl: Oriental Ceramics and Other Works of Art, Lawsons's,

A Chinese wucai 'dragon and phoenix' bowl, Qianlong six-character underglaze-blue mark 16.3 cm diam.

A wucai 'dragon' bowl mark of Wanli the rounded sides painted on the exterior with two dragons pursuing flaming pearls among scattered clouds and flames, above a band of wave splashed rocks, the interior with a central dragon medallion within double line b

A wucai saucer dish mark of Wanli the interior painted in coloured enamels and underglaze blue with a central figure scene within a continuous floral meander around the cavetto repeated on the underside between double line borders, the base inscribed in un

A large Chinese porcelain bowl in famille verte palette, Qing Dynasty 18th century, the cavetto and exterior are painted with framed cartouches of mandarins, concubines and servants all in different pursuits, in garden pavilions and indoors, the furniture

A Chinese famille verte bowl. a flared faceted bowl with a continuous enamel decorated scene of prancing horses against a swirling emerald ground sprigged with prunus blossom and flames; bearing a Kangxi mark to the rim. Height 12 cm. Width 23 cm. Depth 23

A pair of famille verte Chinese porcelain shallow dishes, decorated to the interior with two imperial dragons amongst fiery clouds, opposing a mystic pearl, all detailed in grisaille on a green ground, the back of each dish painted with three precious obje

A pair of 19th century Jingdezhen 'Wucai' Chinese porcelain dishes, of rhombic shape with famille rose decoration, depicting birds and flowers, previously used as appetizer plates, 22 cm diameter

Four Chinese famille verte bowls, late Qing with phoenix decoration. 13.5 cm diameter, 6 cm high

Four Chinese famille verte bowls late Qing, phoenix decoration, 13.5 cm diameter, 6 cm high

Two Chinese famille verte bowls late Qing, the outer body decorated with flying phoenix motif, the foliate rim with applied gold edge, four character mark to base. Provenance: From a private Australian collection. 14 cm diameter

A Chinese export dinner service in the 'famille-verte' palette, circa 1910 (44). A Chinese export dinner service in the 'famille-verte' palette, circa 1910 decorated with roosters and birds in a garden landscape, comprising eight dinner plates, eight soup

Antique Qing dynasty famille verte dish, approx 22 cm dia, (very small rim chip)

A 'famille-verte' saucer dish, 19th/20th century with shallow rounded sides and everted rim, painted on the interior with figures seated at a table beside a large gnarled tree in a rocky landscape, approached by a man carrying a banner and another on horse

A wucai 'dragon' bowl mark of Wanli the steeply rounded sides with lipped rim springing from a short tapered foot, the interior with a central medallion of a phoenix in underglaze blue, the exterior painted in underglaze blue, yellow and green enamels and

A Chinese famille verte bowl, Qing Dynasty, early 19th century, the tapering bowl raised upon a ring foot decorated externally with a continuous scene of domestic and courtly narratives, and to the interior, a central roundel and panels with domestic vigne

A large Chinese jardiniere or fish bowl, the deep ovoid bowl with a bulbous rim in a five colour or wucai palette with continuous underglaze blue and enamel decoration of immortals and attendants in a symbolic landscape between lappet and patterned borders

A Chinese famille verte lobed bowl depicting men at leisure and poetry, seal mark to base. Together with a similar smaller famille verte bowl, same marks. Height 6.5 cm. Width 15 cm

A Chinese famille-verte saucer dish, Kangxi, late 17th century, with auspicious symbols interspersed with ruyi and flower decoration around the interior, a flower mark under the base, BADA sticker on the back, 24.8 cm diameter. Provenance: From a private M

A large Chinese famille-verte bowl decorated with oriental figures in a typical oriental landscape. 20 cm high and 38 cm diameter

A rare and unusual Ming-style famille verte bowl, probably 18th/19th century decorated to the outside with three mythical beasts and with a six-character song mark to part of the rim, the interior painted in underglaze red on a crackle-celadon ground in go

A Jiaqing mark and period. Saucer dish, decorated in underglaze blue and famille verte enamels, to the base a six-character Jiaqing mark and of the period. One very small hairline crack to the rim. Diameter 15 cm

A Chinese gold-painted wucai 'dragon' bowl, Guangxu six-character iron-red mark and of the period, painted around the body with two dragons chasing flaming jewels above a green 'sea wave' borders, the interior with a central 'shou'-character surrounded by

A pair of Chinese famille verte bowls, early 20th century, each one with a gilt rim and decorated with peony, an inscription of appreciation on one side, Qianlong seal mark. 7 cm high and 19.5 cm diameter. Provenance: Acquired in Hong Kong between 1957 and

A Wucai porcelain saucer dish. Decorated with figures in a courtyard and a panel of calligraphy. A six character Ming mark to base. Fine hairline crack to underside centre. Fitted box. Diameter 15 cm

Chinese rice bowl with multi figure Wucai pattern. Blue and white ming mark to bottom. A/f. Restored rim. Diameter 13 cm

A fine Chinese famille verte bowl, decorated with four roundels of boys among lotus blossoms, six character marks to base. Diameter 10.5 cm

A fine Chinese porcelain bowl, hemispherical, raised on a small foot ring, decorated in famille verte to the exterior with figures and a horse in a landscape. Diameter 14.5 cm

A pair of Chinese Ming-style Wucai dishes, probably 19th century, of low saucer profile with gently upturned sides, the interior decorated in iron red, cobalt, green and yellow, with a roundel of a dragon within a. Wide border of figures alternating with s

A Cantonese arboreal shaped jug, a waste bowl. Together with two Cantonese plates, a Cantonese famille verte plate, cylindrical box and cover, helmet shaped gravy boat and spoon, each enamelled and painted panels of butterflies and further insects amongst

A Chinese famille-verte two handled bowl and cover, Kangxi, 1622-1722, the cover and base decorated with exotic flowers issuing from rockwork within four panels. 24 cm wide over the handles. Provenance: R & V Tregaskis, 1/5/1993

A Chinese famille-verte saucer-dish, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, well decorated with an iron-red dragon leaping from foaming waves, within elaborate borders. 29.1 cm diameter. Provenance: R & V Tregaskis, 1/9/1991

A Chinese Imperial wucai enamel dragon and phoenix bowl, Daoguang six character mark but later. 14.9 cm diameter. Provenance. R & V Tregaskis, 14/12/1988

A pair of Wucai 'Dragon and Phoenix' bowls marks and period of Kangxi each finely potted with steeply rounded sides rising to a flared rim, the exterior brightly enamelled with a green and a red dragon chasing flaming pearls interspersed with two descendin

A Wucai 'Dragon' dish mark and period of Kangxi finely painted with two dragons pursuing a central flaming pearl, one in underglaze-blue the other in green enamel, among flame-like clouds in green and iron-red, within a double line border, the reverse with

A 'famille-verte' dish mark and period of Kangxi brightly enamelled with precious objects and flowering plants encircled with alternating vignettes of mythical animals and flowers and insects around the broad everted rim, the base inscribed with a six-char

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