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An enamelled and incised porcelain 'dragon' snuff bottle, Qing dynasty, 1820-1900. the recessed base decorated with stylized clouds,, 6.5 cm high. Compare an identical bottle, see "Chinese snuff bottles from two private American collection"
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 porcelain snuff bottle with European Subjects, four character blue mark to base, a rotating cylinder to the interior viewed through a heart shaped window. Provenance: private South African collection, 8.5 cm
Two Chinese porcelain snuff bottles, 19th century, each ovoid in form resting on an oval base, moulded around the sides in high relief, the design in famille rose enamels, depicting continuous immortals scene, each 8 cm high
Two Chinese snuff bottles, porcelain and glass. Later 20th century. A petite polychrome decorated bottle vase depicting a woman in a garden and a man and a boy on a horse, with a green hardstone stopper and characters underside; and a modern blue cased gla
A Chinese porcelain snuff bottle. The reticulated cylindrical bottle with an internal blue and white vial, with two signed reserves painted with an elderly fisherman and a small boy in a landscape, the other with script; with bat motifs to the collar and a
Two carved and pierced porcelain snuff bottles, Jiaqing mark and period (1796-1820), iron red decorated, imitating lacquer and decorated with Buddhist symbols. 8.4 cm high. Provenance: Collection of Dr. Henry Cyril Adams
A Chinese inside painted 'Imperial Ming-dynasty porcelain' glass snuff bottle, Yun Chuan, dated 1996 7.4 cm. Provenance: Purchased at. Y.F. Yang & Company in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Y.F. Yang & Company
An octagonal porcelain snuff bottle painted on either side with a panel of insects and bamboo within blue line borders and puce scrollwork around a shou character to either edge, the base with an apocryphal four-character seal mark of Qianlong in iron-red
Four snuff bottles, comprising a peach coloured glass bottle with red seal, a hardstone bottle with three applied koi fish, a jade bottle with applied cinnabar decoration and a blue and white porcelain snuff bottle (4), height of tallest 7.5 cm
Eight Chinese snuff bottles, including a cinnabar lacquer of flattened ovoid shape with a Qianlong mark, a porcelain square bottle with a rotating inner bottle, in under glaze blue and over glaze enamels with figures, foliage, birds and animals, minor chip
A Chinese porcelain snuff bottle, Qing Dynasty, mid 1850s, the cushion shaped cobalt blue bottle with incised marks and scrolling and floral decorations to both faces in white, with a flat green stone stopper. Height 7 cm
A Chinese porcelain cylindrical form snuff bottle, under glazed decoration with peach blossoms and figures bidding farewell on a river ban. Yung Cheng (1723-1735) mark. 7.5 cm high. Provenance: Lammert Bros, Auctioneers, Hong Kong, 13/10/77
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