Chinese porcelain immortals twin handled jar, of baluster form, handles in the form of beast heads, decorated with immortals and animals, in tones of red and yellow, six character mark to body, height 39 cm
Chinese Qing Dynasty blue and white jar and cover, of baluster form, the cover with kylin final, the body decorated with flower heads and scrolling tendrills, flanked by double lug handles, on circular foot, with Win city Company catalogue label, height 22
Chinese Qing Dynasty blue and white jar and cover, of baluster form, decorated with flower heads surrounded by scroll work, on circular foot, with leaf mark to base, with friendship Trading, Hong Kong Invoice, height 25 cm. Purchased friendship Trading Com
Chinese Ming Dynasty, blue and white porcelain jar and cover, of baluster form, decorated with palmettes to shoulders and lotus sprays to body, with CAC certificate of Authenticity, height 14 cm. Purchased: Chinese Arts & Crafts, Hong Kong, 1996
A Chinese glazed jar with double tiger handles on the shoulder, 19-20th century, the glaze is imitation the stripes on a tiger, the classical shape is from Tang Dynasty, height 13 cm. Provenance: Old Sydney collection, acquired in New York 1960s
An exceptional Chinese black lacquer coloured stone and wood four panel standing screen, entirely decorated in relief in various coloured stones and marbles with various precious objects, vases of various forms, some with floral sprays, raised on stands et
Five Chinese blue and white porcelain wares, 19th to 20th century, comprising an ovoid jar decorated with a phoenix and dragon chasing a flaming pearl amidst a sky filled with bats, bearing concentric blue lines underside; a floral decorated small vase, a
A Chinese porcelain Cloud shaped brush pot, the recessed base with a Jiaqing seal mark, late Qing Dynasty, painted in coral red enamel with a cartouche of two boys studying in the garden in the famille rose palette, height 10 cm
A Chinese large 'fencai' enamel quatrefoil brush pot, 20th century, decorated on all four sides with various scenes, each side inscribed, two sides signed Wang Yeting (1884-1942), two signed Wang Xin, dated Geng Wu year (1930), 27 x 19 x 19 cm, Pro
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