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Chinese polychrome porcelain panel, decorated with calligraphy and a man, 26 cm x 17.4 cm

A very rare and unusual porcelain piece to the scholar's desk. Possibly a wrist rest reticulated side and end panels, famille rose decoration in red, turquoise and yellow with a yellow dragon on the top. Six-character Daoguang (1820-1850) red seal mark. Le

Large Chinese polychrome porcelain panel, depicting men on horseback set in ornately carved timber frame and stand, 76 cm high, 49.5 cm wide

A Chinese enameled porcelain wall plaque, 20th century, decorated with snow covered mountain scene, 40 cm diameter

Chinese carved rosewood framed famille verte porcelain panel, 53 x 39.5 cm

A framed Chinese painted ceramic plaque, Attributed to Liu Yucen (1904 - 1969), dated by inscription 1927, Republic period, painted in enamel with two sparrows resting on a floral branch, inscribed and signed by the artist with two seals, 29.5 cm x 52.5 cm

Wang Qi porcelain panel. In carved wooden frame. Sage and child. Height 89 cm x 47 cm

Chinese ceramic plaque with green dragon design, wooden base, Chinese character stamp to back, height 27 cm. Provenance: Orlando Brown Collection, Mosman

An enamel porcelain calligraphic plaque, Qing Dynasty in hardwood frame. 32 cm high, 24 cm wide

A Chinese painted porcelain and hardwood plaque. 40 cm high, 34 cm wide

A pair of Chinese export famille rose pots, with seal marks. Two panels decorated with Chinese figural scenes. The sides with blue foliage. Height 7.8 cm

A Chinese ceramic Pillow, mid 20th century, brick shaped with air perforations at either end, iron red overall with two quatrefoil panels, one featuring a woman admiring her pet bird; the other, a contemplative woman on a balcony beneath the shade of a pin

A Chinese hardwood framed circular blue and white plaque, on elaborate knot formed wooden stand. The plaque depicting a fishing scene with script. Height 84 cm

A Chinese framed blue, red and green painted porcelain panel depicting a court scene, the frame carved with scrolls and flowers. Height 27 cm

Four signed, and finely painted under glaze blue Chinese wall panels, Republic period (1927). 120 cm high.

An unusual circular plaque late Qing Dynasty, decorated in bright enamels with petal-shaped floral panels radiating from a central flower medallion reserved on a ground of figure scenes alternating with birds and flowers, all within a frieze of flower and

A framed Chinese ceramic plaque, dated by inscription 1959 painted on the plaque a tiger climbing up rocky hills with waterfalls beneath it and bamboo forest behind it, 81 x 20.4 cm

Four antique Chinese porcelain panels mounted in timber frames, 37 x 49.5 cm each approx.

A good early Chinese round porcelain panel depicting quail and flowers, mounted in timber frame, 58 x 58 cm

Two Chinese hand painted porcelain plaques depicting elders in wood frame

Antique Chinese porcelain panel, depicting horses under a tree, mounted in timber frame, 84 x 57 cm

Chinese decorative famille verte plaque. Width 32.5 cm

Republic period (1912-1949), Chinese famille rose plaque by Wang Qi (1884-1937), depicting a war lord reading a report with an attendant in a camp tent, with two seals of the artist, 39.5 x 25.8 cm

A Chinese silvered panel, chased and coloured with elaborate pavilion in a mountainous landscape with nesting and flying cranes, framed and glazed 36 x 25 cm

An early 19th century Chinese export blue and white porcelain ashette, the oval well decorated with a coastal scene including two figures on a bridge, buildings, boats and trees, the border including butterflies, florals and variously decorated panels, min

A Chinese enamelled porcelain plaque, 20th century, mounted in the original hardwood frame, plaque 18.5 x 10.5 cm; frame 26.4 x 18.3 cm

Ceramic Chinese panel. Height 55 cm. Width 31 cm

A framed enamelled rectangular plaque of a monk enjoying a bucket of wine, attributed to Wang Qi (1884 - 1937), Republic period, the monk mouth wide open, enjoying a large bucket of wine, his fly whisk on his shoulder, a wine seller, about to fall down to

A framed enamelled rectangular plaque of Bodhidharma crossing the Yangtze river, attributed to Wang Qi (1884 - 1937), Republic period, the Buddha dressed in long flowing robes, carrying books of sutras and a large hat on his back, riding just a blade of re

An enamelled rectangular plaque of a scholar with a stone, attributed to Wang Qi (1884 - 1937), 20th century, possibly Republic period, the scholar, wearing long flowing robes, with a humorous smile on his face, pointing at a rock as if it was alive, his o

An enamelled rectangular plaque of a beauty and a tiger, Republic period, the beauty wearing blue flowing robes, holding flowers to herself, carrying a sword on her back, the tiger crouching, looking back at the beauty, titled 'Tiger and Beauty', dated 194

An enamelled rectangular plaque of a scholar and a boy servant, possibly Republic period, the scholar wearing long flowing robe, holding a bamboo stick, his boy servant in front of him, holding a newly picked branch, the two wandering in a quiet bush, a cr

A pair of hardwood mounted circular porcelain plaques and stands, late Qing Dynasty/ Republic period each painted in 'Famille-Rose' enamels, one with two figures walking in the garden of a lakeside pavilion, another figure resting on a terrace nearby, the

Chinese polychrome decorated court figure and ceramic figural wall plaque, the court figure with two artists stamps on underside, 20th century, together with the ceramic figural wall plaque depicting boy with pomegranate and associated wood stand (2) (A/F)

Chinese blue and white porcelain table screen, the plaque painted with qilins, clouds, and a flaming pearl, mounted on an elaborately carved stand. Measurement in stand height 77 cm, width 53.5 cm, length 28 cm

Chinese porcelain plaque, probably Republic period (1912-1949), painted in fencai enamels with a seated monk nourishing the five bats (wu fu), his lion alongside, inscription and artist's seal. 30 x 43 cm

Chinese framed blue and white porcelain plaque, probably Republic period (1912-1949), 'Sifting the grain'. 30 x 30 cm