A Chinese famille rose teabowl and cover, late Qing Dynasty, 1909-1912 period, the footed tea bowl of typical ogee profile well decorated with sprays of differing species of auspicious flowers between key fret and lappet borders, the lid conforming; with H
A Chinese export sparrow beak famille rose jug, 18th century, the baluster style jug with a looping handle decorated in the Qianlong style for the English market with a floral bunch and sprigs below a patterned collar (with professional repair), height 11.
A large Chinese famille rose mug, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the cylindrical mug of generous proportions with an applied split handle with leafy mounts, decorated to the body with trailing flora, rockwork and birds in a predominantly pink, blue, apple gre
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 Chinese famille rose enamel wash basin, Qing dynasty 19th century, the painted sections alternate between large flowering peony and birds and seated Mandarins in civil robes. Diameter 41 cm. Height 13 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 group of thirteen Chinese and Asian art reference books, including John Ayers, Far Eastern Ceramics in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1980, Daisy Lion-Goldschmidt, Ming Porcelain, London, 1978, Michel Beurdeley and Guy Raindre, Qing porcelain: F
A set of four 'famille-rose' 'flower and insect' porcelain plaques, 20th century, (4), each of square form painted in enamels with insects among different flowering plants including peony, chrysanthemum and bamboo, accompanied by an inscription in black wi
An 18th century octagonal Chinese famille rose Qianlong period porcelain plate, painted to its centre the border with armorial and painted flowers. Small chip to rim. 22 cm diameter. Provenance: Verso, bears label of the Payne Collection, sold at Leonard J
Two Chinese famille rose teapots, 19th/20th century, the first enamelled on a blue ground with a phoenix and a qilin lion amongst peony sprays, inscribed 'Shen Yuan' above the spout; the second with insects amongst flowering sprays, width 17 cm max
A pair of Chinese porcelain Drums stools, with fine enamel decoration, 20th century, painted with a continuous scene in vibrant famille rose enamels of boys & girls enjoying the lantern festival, two bands of applied pearls & a diaper border near t
A Chinese porcelain drum stool, painted in vibrant famille rose enamels, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, with a continuous scene of figures, sitting & standing, dressed in flowing robes & wearing grand hats, a band of flowers & butterflys top & bottom, height
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
Two Chinese famille rose mugs, Qing dynasty, 18th century, one painted with a scholar, ladies and children, with a dragon handle, the other one decorated with scholars to the interior, 13 x 8.6 cm and 14 x 11 cm
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 pair of Chinese famille rose armorial plates, Qianlong period (1736-1795), each decorated with an armorial badge to the interior centre with a 'Toujours Le Meme' mark, gilt inner border and outer rim, coat of arms are entitled 'Giles Impailin
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 fine famille rose teapot, Qing Dynasty, 19th century. the straight-sided teapot with a flat lid, vegetal finial and braided handle, with rose medallion decoration throughout. Height 12.5 cm. Width 21 cm
A famille rose Kamcheng. the ovoid lidded pot with four elephant lug handles to the upper body, the domed lid with a vegetal finial, decorated with green chevron borders and figural narratives to cloud shaped reserves, various flora and auspicious Buddhist
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