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Pair of early large Chinese porcelain vases, decorated with figural scene and foo dog handles to each side, height 36 cm approx (one A/F to top rim)

Two Chinese kitchen Ming dishes, Freely painted in underglaze blue, a stylized Chinese character, Fu, happiness in the center of each dish, diameter 27 cm

A Chinese porcelain painted tile, Zhushan Artist Wang Qi [1884-1937], inscribed date 1932, signature & two red seals, painted in overglaze enamels with East Han Hermit Yan Guang & a young boy holding a Guqin, the plaque frame has two panels top & bottom in

A Longquan mallet vase with phoenix handles, Southern song Dynasty (1127-1279), covered in an unctuous bluish green glaze, pooling at the foot, and paling at the mouth rim, the foot burned brick red, a firing mark on the glazed base, 15.2 cm high. Referenc

A large old Chinese floor standing famille rose vase, entirely decorated with processional figures including horsemen, noblemen, figures in water, etc., dragons decorate the shoulder, foo dogs in pairs to the long tapered trumpet neck, turquoise blue inter

Two Chinese kitchen Ming dishes, Freely painted in underglaze blue, the Chinese character, Fu, happiness in the center of each dish [2], diameter 27 cm

A Chinese blue and white porcelain brick, Qing dynasty, 18th century, one side finely painted with a scholar and attendants in a landscape scene, the other side with flowers and rocks, mounted with a wooden frame, 26.2 x 17 cm

An old Chinese floor vase, decorated in underglaze blue and white with peony flowers and sacred phoenix birds, foo dog handles to the shoulders, rim repaired. 20 x 59 cm

A large Chinese blue and white jar, inverse baluster shape, decorated with figures in landscapes with pavilions and rivers, four mask handles issue from the shoulder, with domed lid surmounted by a foo dog finial. Height 52 cm

Chinese hand painted ceramic tile. Teacher & children. Signed in characters lower right. Possibly Republic period. 36 x 25 cm

18ct white gold and diamond 'Tank Fran\xE7aise' ring, Cartier, designed as three rows of brick links decorated at intervals with round brilliant-cut diamonds, size 53 (M), signed Cartier, numbered NH 7981.

A Chinese porcelain tile, mid-20th century, a very well painted depiction of 'Tie Guaili', resting on his staff, watching a bat, 'Qianlong' seal mark, hard wood frame, 31.5x22.8 cm

A pair of large Chinese porcelain vases, of ovoid shape with trumpet necks, modelled in relief with four dragons climbing the neck from the shoulder and with foo dogs forming handles to either side; decorated in underglaze blue and iron red with immortals

A Chinese Qingbai ewer, song Dynasty, pale blue/green glaze with fu dog to top lid, and lotus petal decorations to upper body, incised leaf decoration to body at spout and handle. Private collection, Perth. Purchased V.M Antiques, Ermita. Height 20 cm

A good Longquan foliate rim dish, Yuan-early Ming dynasty, 14th- 15 th century, with a moulded floral medallion in the centre, surrounded by an incised floral band, the exterior with vertical ribs, foot rim glazed, base fired brick red 26.7 cm diameter 300

A Longquan bottle vase, Southern Song-Yuan, 13th-14th century, with two lug handles on the neck and key fret band on the shoulder, the foot rim burned brick red, 17.5 cm high

A Chinese porcelain painted tile, Republican period (1912-1949), attributed to Wang Dacang, painted with figures in a mountainous landscape, in fencai enamels, one studio seal of the artist, please see Christies South Kensington, Nov 8, 2013, Lot 1396 for

Chinese ceramic foo dog, resting on a ball, 24 cm wide, 24 cm high approx

A Chinese Monochromatic carved scenic tile, Republic period (1912-1949) depicting sheep at play within a landscape, glazed maize yellow and framed, the tile 37 x 25 cm. Provenance: The Kurt Albrecht collection, Melbourne.

A lime-green ground 'famille-rose' saucer dish mark of Guangxu the interior decorated with a central gilt shou character medallion within the wu fu, reserved on a turquoise ground and repeated in a frieze around the cavetto, interspersed with ribboned wan

A large decorative Chinese porcelain famille rose vase converted as a table lamp. Ovoid shape with tall trumpet neck, scalloped everted rim, foo dog handles issue from the sides, decorated with panels of figures of noblemen and equestrian warriors reserved

A Chinese blue and white moon vase. of typical form with a cylindrical neck flanked by pierced dragon handles and raised on a tapering pedestal, decorated to both faces with identical scenes of a warrior riding a tiger, a figure genuflecting and another ma

A large Chinese Longquan dish, 14th-15th century, moulded with central flower head, a floral scroll on the cavetto, the base with a brick red firing rim, pale green glaze, quite transluscent, 33 cm diameter

A Chinese glazed ceramic tile decorated in blue & white a female figure of an immortal riding on the back of fish, four seals and calligraphy 27 cm x 36 cm

Large Chinese blue & white tile hand painted with bird and foliage.

A pair of massive Chinese porcelain jars and covers, of inverse baluster shape, the covers of high domed shape surmounted by foo dog finials. Both cover and body decorated with foo dogs and fiery clouds, lappet panels decorate the shoulder, further panels

A Chinese famille rose tile plaque 19th/20th century the tile depicting the traditional motif of chrysanthemums with grasshoppers, in bursts of yellow, pink, green and white enamels, with an inscription, signed Provenance: Private Collection, Melbourne Pur

A pair of Chinese silk embroideries, each depicting vases of flowers surrounded by 'Precious Objects' and panels of butterflies and lingzhi scrolls above pairs of embattled fu dogs flanking a mystic pearl. Embroidered in colours on a black ground, with con

A Chinese cinnabar covered box, later Qing Dynasty, late 19th century, the rectangular box and cover with a cushion profile, carved with figures in an auspicious landscape and pavilion setting in low relief upon a diaper ground, continuous floral borders t

A Chinese porcelain white glazed censer, squat circular shape, raised on three lion mask feet, decorate with foo dogs and pups in high relief to the side. Impressed Daoguang seal mark under the base. Height 19 cm

A collection of blanc de chine items, 20th century, comprising a large pair of figures depicting Quan Yin seated upon an elephant and a shishi lion respectively, a seated Buddha on a lotus throne, a Budai carrying a sack and a large persimmon, a seated roy

Early Chinese blue and white ginger jar, with foo dog decoration with a stand. Height 11 cm in total, six character reign mark to base. Provenance: Seale Family, Sydney

Large Chinese blue and white decorative punch bowl, painted with panels of beautiful ladies, seal mark 'Man Tang Fu Ji' (mark of the hall filled with good Fortune) to the base. Diameter 39 cm

Small antique Chinese celadon bowl, with pale blue glaze, (2.5 by 9 cm), together with a Chinese blue & white bird feeder, 4 cm tall

A Chinese porcelain small dish with underglaze blue foo dog decoration, probably Ming. Diameter 15 cm

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

Two Yixing Teapots Reputedly by Qian long and Jian Rong, of deep brick red colouring, one with an incised blossom motif and script, and having a small nut like finial, the other with a textured satin glaze and an applied ceramic 'Painting' of a traditional

A famille rose ruby-ground Qianlong mark and period plate, decorated to the interior with chrysanthemum blooms and other flowers on a ruby ground, to the back five bats (wu fu), to the base a six-character Qianlong mark. Two small restored rim chips, one w

A rare 18th century Chinese ridge roof tile, decorated with different figures and scenes on both sides. Originally discovered in the old trading port of Penang, Malaysia. Very wealthy Chinese merchants would place a row of these ridge tiles on their roof (

An old Chinese pottery wall tile, probably Han Dynasty. (206 BC- 270 AD). The face is modelled with a lion in relief. Affixed to a modern metal hanger. Traces of plant roots attaching to the underside. Length 26 cm