Chinese porcelain famille noir vases, of facetted form, decorated with panels featuring birds amongst flowering trees and within pond scenes in tones of green, yellow and puce on a black ground, six character marks to base, height 48 cm (2)
A Chinese famille noir porcelain umbrella stand, probably late 19th early 20th century, polychrome painted with Buddhist lions on a black ground, drill hole obstructing seal mark to base, 47 cm high. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector,
A mirror pair of Chinese porcelain vases, with Guangxu mark to the base, the baluster shape, in overglaze enamel, the noir ground painted with a flowering cherry blossom issuing from rocks, height 27 cm
A Chinese famille Noire hexagonal vase, the baluster vase with a waisted neck and trumpet rim, decorated with myriad figures engaged in festivities and parades bearing auspicious objects and travelling by foot, boat and elephant, in enamel colours with flo
A large Chinese famille Noire Rouleau vase, Imported for Geraldine Cooper Interiors, the vase of typical rouleau form, with an all over floral and tendril creeper design with writhing dragons in a predominantly emerald palette on a black ground, between ru
A large Chinese famille noire bowl, of waisted ovoid form tapering to a circular foot decorated in enamels with a continuous scene of writhing dragons amidst floral, in a predominantly emerald green palette on a black ground; with underglaze Kangxi marks n
A rare Chinese famille noire bottle-vase, Qing Dynasty, 18th century, with a yellow and aubergine Qilong dragon coiled about the shoulder. 21.3 cm high. Provenance: R & V Tregaskis, exhibition 30/9/1989, cat No. 14, Sydney private collection
A Chinese famille noir cylindrical floor vase, bearing K'ang His mark (1662-1722), the black body painted with peacocks and butterflies among the rocky out crops and flowers, the shoulder and foot decorated with borders of geometric patterns. Height 53 cm
A tall Chinese famille noir vase, bearing Kangxi mark (1662-1722), the cylindrical form with tubular neck displays figurative cartouches set within a patterned ground. Stamped to base. Includes stand. Height 31 cm
A tall Chinese famille noir vase. Bearing Kangxi mark (1662-1722), the four sided vase flattens to a sharp horizontal shoulder which then rises to a conical trumpet neck displaying four seasons of flora and with a base border of plantain leaf all on a rich
An unusual ‘Famille-Noire' Minyao bowl, mark and period of Qianlong, the sides with upturned brown-edged rim, and decorated on the exterior with scrolling hibiscus flowers reserved on the black ground, beneath a green glaze, the interior glazed in white. D
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