Large and impressive Chinese 18th century melon-shaped box and cover, decorated overall in an Imperial yellow colour, with two four-clawed dragons enamelled in green to the lid, the. Base left white with a Wanli mark and almost certainly of the period, cov
A fine Chinese Imperial yellow porcelain bowl, 19th century or earlier, covered overall in an Imperial yellow glaze, the foot glazed white with a very fine Yongzheng mark and possibly of the period. Repair to side. Height 7 cm. Diameter 15 cm
Three green and yellow decorated wine cups, with four iron red roundels each marked with four character apocryphal Guangxu reign marks. Diameter 7.2 cm. Together with a bright Imperial yellow tea bowl bearing incised apocryphal Guangxu reign mark. Minor fi
A Chinese porcelain side plate. Decorated in the birthday pattern with four calligraphic roundels on a bright Imperial yellow ground. Iron red six character Guangxu (1875-1908) mark and of the period. Auctioneers note: See a similar service in Allen's Auth
A rare antique Chinese porcelain tea tray with raised foliate rim, decorated with the birthday pattern on an Imperial yellow ground. The characters translate as 'Long life without end’ surrounding a central long life medallion. Diameter 27 cm
Rare antique Chinese porcelain tea tray with upraised foliate rim, decorated with the 'Birthday' pattern on a rich Imperial yellow ground. The gilded characters within the roundels translate as 'Long life without end', and surround a central 'Shou' or long
Pair of Chinese Guangxu mark and period birthday pattern plates, decorated with four gilded roundels with characters reading 'Long life without end' surrounding a stylised central shou (longlife) character among clouds, allon a bright Imperial yellow groun
A large Chinese Imperial yellow bowl, underglaze blue six character Guangxu mark and of the period (1875-1908), incised with a dragon above waves. 18.5 cm diameter. Provenance: The Yangzhitang Collection, Christies Singapore 30/03/1997 Lot 301. Exhibited.
A Chinese Qing-style Imperial yellow-glazed bowl, 20th century, in the Ming revival manner of compressed globular form with an everted rim, yellow-glazed throughout over incised decoration of Imperial five-toed dragons, the base with a six-character mark.
Chinese triple gourd form vase. Imperial yellow lustre glaze with incised decoration of 5 clawed dragons and clouds, with the dragons chasing flaming pearls. Ming 6 character mark, but probably Republic period. Height 42.5 cm
A Qing Dynasty porcelain polychrome baluster floor jar and cover the upper surface decorated with six ruyi and flower heads on an Imperial yellow ground above six shaped panels of birds and flowers individual combinations on a black ground, the panels abov
Three miniature vases, Qing Dynasty; a celadon-glazed vase with relief design in underglaze blue & white slip, 18th century; an Imperial yellow-glazed vase incised with lotus scroll; a finely crackled green-glazed vase.
A pair of Chinese porcelain offering bowls of handsome proportions, with rampant five claw dragon incised to the internal central roundel and to the exterior in Imperial yellow glaze, six character Jiaqing mark under the glaze, 28 cm diameter. Height 14 cm
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