A Chinese blue and white cup, Kangxi period (1664-1722), finely potted, the exterior nicely painted with floral scrolls, a small chrysanthemum painted in the centre of the interior, an under-glazed conch shell mark to base, 8 cm diameter, 7 cm high, fitted
An iron-red and enamelled dated stem cup Qing dynasty, Guangxu period, the widely rounded sides painted in iron-red with two confronted dragons among flames and cloud scrolls, supported on a tall splayed foot encircled with a green and white enamel band of
Five blue and white cups and saucers Qing dynasty, Kangxi period, (10), each pencilled with a central medallion of peonies and rocks within radiating flower sprig panels on the petal moulded sides, marks, (10), each saucer 13 cm diameter
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 Stem Cup, Republic Period, and another, both in the famille rose palette, small rim frits and restored crack.  Diameter 19 cm (largest) Provenance: Sydney Private Collection, purchased Hong Kong, 1970's
A small yellow ground wine cup, 'Tongzhi' four character mark, but probably later, finely decorated in gilt and enamels with four 'shou' medallions bats and auspicious objects., 3.5 x 6.5 cm, together with a small blue and white cup, 17th century, 3.8 x 7
Two small Longquan celadon cups, Song-Yuan dynasty, 13th-14th century, a heavily crazed bubble bowl, both rims unglazed, together with a flower shaped foliate rimmed cup., Similar ice-crackle bubble bowl please see Sotheby's London, 11/12/1990, lot 235, si
A Dehua Blanc-de-Chine porcelain trio. Qing Dynasty, later 19th century. Three female deity figures, one of gentle serpentine form and a serene composed expression, another seated and holding a manuscript and the smallest figure with an animated and happy
A Ceremonial Wine Cup, Paiwan, South Taiwan, (mid twentieth century), carved wood, 81.4 cm long. Provenance: Dr. Hsu, Ying Chen, Taipai, Gift from above 1974, Used in weddings and other ceremonial occasions. For similar but 1 or 2 bowl pieces see ' Paiwan'
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
Two Chinese blue glazed wares, a Ming style stem cup and a plate, the modulating Prussian blue urn form pedestal cup, with a thin near white glaze to the rim, and underglaze Wanli marks within concentric blue lines underside; and an unmarked blue plate sim
A Chinese blue and white tea bowl and saucer, the flared cup with a small foot rim, decorated externally with shaped figural and floral cartouches, with a chevron border to the inner rim, the saucer with similar decoration in radiating panels from a centra
A Chinese shipwreck blue and white tea cup and saucer, Qing Dynasty, circa 1725. a Ca Mau Binh Thuan shipwreck piece, the slightly flared cup and associated saucer with a freely painted figure in a pine tree landscape within a decorated border, brown colou
Chinese copper red 'Three fish' stem cup the cup raised on a flared hollow stem sealed at the base and painted to the sides with three fish silhouettes in copper red on a white ground of light bluish tone, the interior plain, encircled Xuande six character
A Kangxi blue and white shipwreck cup and saucer. Qing Dynasty, circa 1700, unknown shipwreck, the delicately modelled porcelain cup and saucer with finely lobed cells and ribs, each decorated in underglaze blue with various phoenix or cranes, centred with
A Chinese blue glazed stem cup and vase, in deep cobalt, the stem cup with a chalice style cup glazed to the interior and exterior, the bottle vase similarly glazed; both with underglaze Ming marks underside, the cup bearing Hongzhi marks, the other with a
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