A pair of 'famille-rose' wine cups seal marks of Daoguang, (2), each painted on the exterior with a sage accompanied by his crane, conversing with an old man carrying a basket of flowers, the reverse with two iron-red bats in flight, the base inscr
Pair of Chinese porcelain wine cups, deep cups with slightly everted rims, famille jaune decoration of flowers, four rondels with archaic Chinese characters, six character mark to base, height 5 cm (2)
Pair of Chinese Qianlong porcelain wine cups and saucers, decorated with water birds perched upon rocky outcrops and flowers, in tones of turquoise, yellow and green, with original gallery label, height 4.5 cm (4). Purchased: Geoffrey Waters, London
Chinese Yongzheng Dynasty porcelain wine cup and saucer, decorated with phoenix and bird with flowering tree, in tones of pink, green and yellow, with original gallery label,h 4.5 cm, (2). Purchased: Geoffrey Waters, London
A trio of silver wine cups in the Chinese Straits style, late 19th to early 20th century. the pedestal cups with cushion form lobes each with cartouches repousse and chased with floral motifs, the bases conforming; apparently unmarked. Silver weight 142gr.
A pair of 'famille-rose' wine cups marks of Guangxu, each of steeply flared form painted on the exterior with flowering plants beside rockwork, the base inscribed in underglaze blue with a six-character mark, 6.7 cm diameter
A Chinese jade Zoomorphic wine cup. An unusually shaped cup with a ram's head foot and a basin styled cup in mottled grey green stone and relief carved with dragons and knotted forms with a key fret rim and archaic characters underside. Height 9 cm. Wi
A pair of Chinese soft-paste blue-and-white wine cups, Four-character studio mark, 19th century 4 cm high (2). Note: Ruoshen mark is mostly associated with small tea cups. There are two pairs in the V&A Collection. (no. 862-1907). For more information on R
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
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'
A pair of 'famille-rose' wine cups marks of Guangxu each with steeply flared sides painted on the exterior with a deer, its head turned gazing at a crane in flight, beside a fruiting peach tree, gilt edged lipped rim, the base inscribed in underglaze blue
A set of four blue and white soft paste wine cups, Qing Dynasty, 18th/early 19th century, each one finely painted with a landscape under a crackled glaze, a four character mark under the base, gold mounted rims, 4.1 cm high, 5.2 cm diameter. Provenance: R
A fine pair of conical blue and white wine cups, Kangxi Period, 18th century, each one well painted with a deer grazing under a gnarled pine, 9.6 cm diameter, fitted box. Provenance: R & V Tregaskis Exhibition, July/August 1988, cat no 13
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