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Chinese Cizhou style ewer spout in the form of a chicken, decorated with flowers, in tones of brown on a cream crackle glaze ground, on exposed foot, height 27 cm

A Cizhou persimmon glaze tea bowl, Jin dynasty (1115-1234), finely potted with a narrow band of lustrous black glaze encircling a groove band below the mouth rim, overall covered with a fine persimmon glaze with small black stripes, 11 cm diameter. Provena

A buff stoneware figure of a girl, Cizhou glaze, song Dynasty, 1279-1368 AD, the standing figure is molded & has painted features in brown glaze & holding an open fan, height 11 cm. Provenance: the private collection of an Eastern suburbs gentleman

A Cizhou stoneware teabowl, Yuan Dynasty (1280-1368), covered in a brown to black glaze, the interior with a continuous band of vertical russet stripes on the steeply sloping rim, the exterior with some russet streaks, the double-dipped glaze pooling just

A Chinese Cizhou style porcelain dish, with incised decoration to the centre, remnants of metal binding to the rim. Diameter 21 cm

A Cizhou style tiger Pillow, modelled in a crouching position, 8 cm high, 17 cm wide

A Chinese Cizhou green glazed sgraffiato ovoid vase, Northern Song/Jin Dynasty, with brown and white slip covered in a green glaze, carved with stylized peony, 14 cm high. Provenance: Sotheby’s Australia, The Estate of the Late John Kenny, 17/18 May

A Cizhou wasted jar, Yuan-Ming dynasty, 14th-15th century, decorated with stylized motifs in iron brown, 22 x 13 cm

A Chinese Cizhou type brown glazed foliate rim dish, Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279), in the form of a flower with ten petals, 12.4 cm diameter. Provenance: R&V Tregaskis

A Chinese Cizhou style earthenware storage jar glazed with abstract designs in brown area of glaze loss at top 60 cm (height)

A Chinese Cizhou Kiln vase, Jin/song Dynasty, the exterior carved decoration depicting scholars in a garden setting. 41 cm high.

A fine Cizhou red oil spot tea bowl, Jin dynasty with in-turned lip, covered in a russet splashed black glaze, 8 cm high; 16.2 cm diameter. Provenance: Shanghai Arts, Singapore 1980s

A Cizhou ware ovoid jar, Jin dynasty decorated in russet over a black glaze, Shanxi province, 18 cm high. Provenance: Shanghai art, Singapore, 1980's

A Cizhou meiping with turquoise glaze, Yuan Dynasty 22.8 cm high

A Cizhou ware Bowl, Guantai kiln, Jin Dynasty incised in the centre, with one large peony flower and leaf within a flower-shaped border, 7.7 cm high; 21 cm diameter. Provenance: Kenny Chong, Ancient Chinese Antiques, Hong Kong, early 1980's

A Cizhou black and green glazed pillow, Jin Dynasty (1115-1234), decorated with two birds amongst foliage, in green on a black ground. From Shanxi province, and probably from the Houma kiln. 14 cm high, 30 cm wide, 20.5 cm deep. Provenance: Capital Gallery

Cizhou Ware ribbed jar, deep chocolate tone glaze, height 22 cm

Chinese Cizhou Ware lug-handled jar, Northern song Dynasty style and possibly of the period, large size, cream toned glaze thinning in areas with finely ribbed sides, height 32 cm

A Chinese cizhou black-glazed tea bowl, 12th/ 13th century, 13.6 cm diam.

A Chinese cizhou purple-glaze tea bowl, 12th/ 13th century 16 cm diameter. Provenance: Private collection NSW, purchased in London in the 1960s

A Chinese cizhou black-glazed tea bowl, 12th/ 13th century with russet-splashed pattern to the interior, rim fixed with metal band, the black glaze stopping at the incised spiral pattern, 13.6 cm diameter. Provenance: Private collection NSW, purchased in L

A Cizhou lobbed jar, a black glazed jar, a lugged jar and two bowls, Yuan Dynasty and later. Cizhou jar 8.6 cm high, others 8.9 cm high and smaller

Three Chinese Cizhou stoneware bowls, Jin Dynasty 1115-1234, 17 cm, 17 cm and 16.2 cm diameter

A Chinese Cizhou deep stoneware bowl, Yuan Dynasty, 14th century, painted with floral motif in iron-brown. 12.7 cm high, 12.2 cm diameter

A large Cizhou dish with Fu character in the centre in iron brown, 25 cm diameter and three small Cizhou dishes, all Ming Dynasty, 14.8 cm, 11.5 cm diameter

A Cizhou six-lobbed dish covered with a thick creamy glaze, song Dynasty, and a second similar dish with moulded design, Yuan Dynasty, 12th to 14th century, 18 cm and 20.5 cm diameter

A Cizhou earthenware vase 28 cm high and a Tang style Sancai glazed rearing horse

A Cizhou stoneware ovoid vase, Ming Dynasty, 24 cm high and a similar bowl, 21 cm diameter

A small Cizhou bowl with high foot, 9 cm diameter and two Chinese crackle glaze vessels, 6 & 8 cm high

Chinese Cizhou ware vase, painted with peony scrolls. Height 29 cm

Small Chinese Cizhou enamelled figure and basket, 13th/14th century. Height 6 cm

A Chinese Cizhou double-handled jar, Jin Dynasty 1127-1279. The lustrous black glaze with russet splashes, probably from the Guantai kilns Hebei Province. Japanese wood cover. 15.5 cm high, 9.8 cm diameter at mouth, fitted Japanese wooden box. Provenance:

A Chinese Cizhou jar, Ming dynasty, painted with a flower spray. 19.2 cm high. Provenance: Purchased 8/11/1985

A Cizhou figure of Shou Lao, Late Ming Dynasty, 17th century, seated on a waisted platform base. 28.5 cm high. Provenance: J L Karas collection, no 114, 29/6/1986, *see Cox & Gillett, 'The Book of Pottery and Porcelain', pl 147

A Chinese Cizhou style bowl, painted with a sage figure fishing. Diameter 33 cm

A Chinese Cizhou bowl, 1115-1234, Jin Dynasty, the dark brown glaze and five splashes on the inside. 17.5 cm diameter

A Chinese Cizhou globular jar, 1115-1234 or later, possibly Jin Dynasty, with lug handles, a russet design of leaves on the sides. 13.3 cm high

A Chinese Cizhou lug-handled jar, 1115-1234, Jin Dynasty, the thick black glaze pooling above the footed rim. 12 cm high, 10.5 cm. Diameter (mouth)

Cizhou stoneware jar, sgraffito design of floral meanders cut through teadust brown glaze, song type. Height 25 cm

A rare Cizhou white-glazed ewer, Northern song, 960-1127, 16.8 cm high. Covered with a good ivory white glaze. Reference: See 'Liao Pottery and Porcelain', 2002, p 105-106, cat no A1-A3 for similar examples.