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A nineteenth century meat platter, multi-coloured decorated in the Chinese style with pagoda scene, factory unknown, pattern number to base G 29 X. Length 52 cm.

Large famille verte charger, gilded decor 19th/20th c. Guangxu mark, approx 35 cm diameter

A Chien Lung blue & white Chinese platter c.1736? 1795, height: 26 cm, width 32.8 cm

A Chinese famille verte porcelain charger decorated with painted scene depicting the eight immortals with double blue circle mark to base. Diameter 43.5 cm

Charger scallop moulded incised with florals, Longquan Ware, 35 cm diameter

A Ming celadon charger with fluted interior, 34 cm diameter. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens.

A Chinese Swatow 'Phoenix' charger, Ming dynasty, 36.5 cm diameter. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens.

A large Oriental 'Voc' Dutch East India Company charger, the replica charger decorated in the Chinese kraak style in blue on a celadon grey ground, the wide border with alternate panels of flowers and fungus and centred with the interlocking Voc lo

A blue and white Chinoiserie transfer meat platter, early 19th century, English, the slightly scallop edged oval platter profusely decorated with stylised oriental flowers and diaper patterns, centred with a scene of birds in a fenced 'Three friends of

A large Chinese Qianlong style blue and white charger, 20th century., 55.5 cm diameter

A Chinese carved longquan celadon charger, 15th to 16th century, 64.5 cm wide, 8.5 cm high. Provenance: NSW private collection, acquired during the 1950s or 1960s in Singapore and hence by descent

A Chinese export ware charger, the vibrant enamel decorated charger with a phoenix posed in a flowering tree, the rim with asymmetric reserves enclosing floral motifs on a canary yellow ground, with a red gourd mark underside. Height 4 cm. Diameter 31 cm

Chinese polychrome porcelain platter, with famille rose patterns, flowers and butterflies,46 cm diameter approx

Kangxi period charger hexagonal shaped circular, enamel painted garden scene with exotic bird in famille verte palette, 42 cm diameter (af)

An old armorial Chinese export ware blue and white charger, blue and white encircling leaf scroll and other bands, the fielded shield form cartouche with diagonal stripes, fine dark brown glazed rim, underglaze blue mark to the reverse within twin circles.

Large vintage Chinese famille rose charger restored, 35 cm diameter approx.

Famille rose charger traditional panel decoration of figures, florals & exotic birds, 47 cm dia.

Late 18th century/19th century export ware charger shallow circular, underglaze ink blue painted hunting & panel scenes, 34.5 cm (faults)

Late 18th century/19th century export ware charger octagonal faceted circular, all underglaze blue floral painted, 34.5 cm (faults)

Chinese blue and white charger. Decorated with dragons. Diameter 65 cm

Chinese blue and white charger, probably Qing Dynasty. Decorated internally with a bucolic landscape. Diameter 39 cm

A Chinese celadon glaze charger, Ming Dynasty, crackle glaze with blue underglaze floral decoration. Private collection, Perth. Purchased V.M Antiques, Ermita. Diameter 31.5 cm

A Chinese celadon glaze charger, Ming Dynasty, crackle glaze, with central two fish decoration and incised scroll designs to inner sides, lotus petal design to outer sides. Private collection, Perth. Purchased V.M Antiques, Ermita. Diameter 35 cm

A Chinese celadon glaze charger, Ming Dynasty, with central dragon decoration, scalloped outer body. Private collection, Perth. Purchased V.M Antiques, Ermita. Diameter 36 cm

Charger. Late 20th century Chinese porcelain great wall decoration. Diameter 35 cm

A Chinese famille verte charger, Republic period decorated with a central floral garden design and gilt rim, marks to base. Diameter 32 cm

Large Chinese polychrome porcelain charger decorated with a lord and attendants, 45.5 cm diameter

A Chinese blue glazed bat platter, 20th century, 34 cm diameter

A small Longquan charger, decorated in the interior with moulded floral spray of a peony and foliage, the cavetto decorated with vertical ribbing, the interior and exterior covered in a pale celadon glaze except for the burned orange circular area on the e

A large Longquan charger with impressed floral spray in the interior centre, surrounded by freely executed cloud like motifs on the cavetto surmounted by a band of four horizontal lines, covered in a pale olive green celadon glaze, except for the burned or

A medium sized Longquan barbed charger, with impressed decoration in the centre, and freely executed floral border in the cavetto, covered in a pale fine celadon glaze except for the burned orange biscuit of the base, early Ming dynasty, circa 14th-15th ce

A large Longquan charger decorated with two moulded carp in the interior base, and freely executed wave border of the cavetto, a plain wide rim, the exterior side decorated with lotus petals, glazed overall with olive green celadon, except for the foot rim

A large Longquan barbed charger decorated on the interior base with a freely executed lotus flower, covered in a good pale olive celadon glaze, Yuan Dynasty 6 cm high, 30 cm diameter. Provenance: Moongate, Singapore, late 1960's

Chinese famille rose porcelain charger. Dragons decoration. Diameter 36.5 cm

Chinese porcelain platter. Enamelled & painted decoration of hummingbird & lotus. Red seal mark to base. Diameter 32 cm

Chinese blue and white charger decorated with lotus and scrolling flowers. Diameter 39 cm

Large Oriental blue and white charger, decorated with dragons, d40 cm approx

A Chinese export porcelain blue and white charger, decorated to the centre with a river landscape, the border with three groups of lotus flowers, leaves and pods. Firing crack to centre and rim frits. Diameter 36 cm

A moulded Chinese Longquan 'aster' celadon-glaze charger, Yuan/ Ming dynasty, 34.5 cm diam. Provenance: East and West Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria Private Collection

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