A pair of doucai saucer dishes marks of Guangxu, (2), each painted on the interior with a multi-bloomed floral scroll in a central medallion within double underglaze blue line borders, the underside with detached sprays, the base inscribed in underglaze bl
A doucai 'anbaxian' ogee bowl mark of Xianfeng, the interior painted with a central flowerhead within a peach and stylised flower scroll medallion encircled with a frieze of ribboned anbaxian emblems, the underside with a frieze of stylised flower
Doucai double ring floral bowl the deep rounded sides rising from a short straight foot to an everted rim, brightly decorated around the exterior with floral medallions surrounded by leafy scrolling tendrils, the interior with a similarly decorated medalli
Fine Chinese Doucai porcelain dish, of circular form, decorated with roundels Chrysanthemum to the interior and exterior, raised on a circular foot, marked Yongzheng to base, with Christies//127//21.7.97 label and Sotheby's 116 label verso, diameter 20 cm.
A Doucai enameled porcelain bowl, Yongzheng six character mark, delicately potted with a recessed foot rising up to rounded sides, the interior enameled with a flower roundel and leafy sprigs, the exterior with elaborate and dense floral sprays intersperse
A pair of Chinese 'doucai' bowl, Chenghua mark, 17th-18th century, with conical shape, exterior decorated with three boys playing in the garden, interior with a pine tree within double circle, six-character Chenghua mark within double circle to the base, 1
Doucai Qiugen Shi lions vase the stem painted with fine enamelled flowers, the body painted with three foo lion, & with repeating leaf patterns to the foot. Stamped to the base with double ring marks & six-character signature. Height 33 cm
A Chinese doucai 'floral' bowl, Daoguang six-character underglaze blue mark, 14.9 cm diam. Provenance: Lot 506, Sale L12211, Sotheby's London, 07 November 2012, dated Daoguang period. See an almost identical bowl from the same period, lot 322, Sale N09477,
A Chinese 'Doucai' 'Anbaxian' ogee dish, Qianlong mark, probably 19th century or later, interior centre painted with a full-faced flower head encircled by four peaches and stylized lotus blossom scrolls, the Eight Daosit Emblems, 'anbaxian' tied to flower
A Carlton Ware Kang Hsi 'Blossom Cartouche' Yen-Yen vase, 1914-15 period, pattern 596, shape 139, with six shaped gold rimmed cartouches to the body and trumpet neck, each decorated in a Chinese doucai palette of iron red, green, blue, aubergine an
A doucai 'emblem' dish mark of Xianfeng, the shallow rounded sides springing from a recessed central medallion enclosing stylised peach sprays, within a band of the symbols of the Eight Immortals, all within double line borders, the exterior with a
A doucai saucer dish, mark of Yongzheng, decorated in underglaze blue and enamels with a central medallion of flowers and lingzhi fungus growing beside ornamental rockwork, the underside with a frieze of similar plants and rockwork between double line bord
A small Chinese 'Doucai' enamelled bottle vase with gilt rim, the scrolling lotus design on a white ground, with two sections of coral-gilt ground, the turquoise base with six-character mark in underglaze blue, 16 cm high
A Chinese Doucai-enamelled 'Duck and lotus' bowl, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), underglaze blue Jiaqing Sealmark and of the period (1796-1820). Lared sides decorated with mandarin ducks swimming in a lotus pond, each duck separated by lotus and millet above a
A matching pair of Chinese porcelain bowls, late Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century, the deep sided bowls each raised on a small circular foot, decorated with concentric blue rings to the inner and outer rims and four roundels of flora in doucai
A matching pair of small Chinese dishes, in doucai colours, the interior with a central roundel depicting a peach branch emanating from a 'Calligraphic' tree trunk amidst a rocky landscape setting, similarly decorated externally United by scrolled motifs;
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