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A Chinese famille-rose vase, Daoguang mark and period(1821-1850), in a pear shape, painted with three generals separated by framed lotus, bamboo and orchids, 32.1 cm high, wood stand. Provenance: NSW private collection
A Chinese famille-rose vase, Daoguang mark, 20th century, of a baluster form with two stylised handles, the exterior painted with six scholars and an attendant in a bamboo grove. A poem and two red seals on the neck, six-character Daoguang seal mark to the
A Chinese porcelain bottle vase, seal mark to base, Daoguang 1820-1850, a long neck & globular body painted in overglaze enamel with flowering blooms & butterflies, the interior & base are enamelled in turquoise with a reserve in the centre wit
A Chinese green glazed shoulder vase, decorated in relief with Shou accompanied by attendant children and symbols of longevity. Raised Daoguang seal mark under the base. Minute chip to relief foliage. Height 25 cm
Daoguang blue & white pair of phoenix dishes painted with phoenix amidst cloud scrolls, the exterior similarly decorated, each with an underglaze blue Daoguang seal mark, with original Christies sticker. Provenance Lot 1345, Sale 4022, 6th September 2006.
A Chinese porcelain quatrefoil lozenge shaped small dish, decorated with lotus flowers and tendrils on a jade green ground, Daoguang seal mark in red enamel Zhuanshu script under the base. Minute frit to rim. 15 cm x 11 cm
A Chinese porcelain vase, baluster shape, decorated with landscape and calligraphic panels finely painted on a vermillion enamel ground, further decorated with Precious Objects, square fret scroll handles issue from the neck. Six character Daoguang mark un
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 blue and white 'phoenix' dish seal mark and period of Daoguang, with shallow rounded sides and lipped rim, painted on the interior with a pair of stylised phoenix with wings splayed in flight among clouds, in a central medallion within double lin
A Chinese porcelain quatrefoil lozenge shaped small dish, decorated with lotus flowers and tendrils on a jade green ground, Daoguang seal mark in red enamel Zhuanshu script under the base. Minute frit to rim. 15 x 11 cm
An opposite pair of Chinese famille rose vases, the ovoid vase with elephant lug handles, finely decorated with fancy birds amidst rockwork, peony and magnolia blooms within shaped reserves, the body embellished throughout with passiflora and imaginary flo
A Chinese imperial medallion bowl, Daoguang mark and period (1821-1850), finely painted with four landscape scenes, reserved against a puce sgraffito ruby-ground, a stylized floral medallion in the centre. 15.7 cm diameter; 6.1 cm high. For a bowl with sim
A Chinese famille-rose tea bowl and cover, Daoguang mark and period (1821-1850), enamel and gilt with a genre scene and poem, foliate rim. 9.5 cm high, 10.4 cm diameter. Provenance: Collection of Dr. Henry Cyril Adams
A pair of 'famille-rose' 'Balsam pear' bowls and covers, seal marks of Daoguang each bowl with steeply rounded sides flaring to the lipped rim, finely enamelled to the exterior with a fruiting and flowering Balsam pear entwined around a spray of bamboo and
A pair of Chinese floral polychrome porcelain dishes possibly later Qing to early Republic period, early 20th century, the flaring bowls with convex centres decorated in puce, turquoise and apple green colours with chrysanthemum flowers, the rims with a br
A Chinese yellow glaze bowl, Daoguang six-character seal mark supported on a short foot rim, covered with a thin yellow glaze over all stopping near the foot rim, 12.5 cm diam. Provenance: Private collection of Lockwood de Forest, founder of Tiffany and Co
A Chinese pair of iron-red decorated 'Ruyi' dishes and another similar saucer dish, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), Daoguang mark and of the period (1821-1850). The pair potted with shallow rounded sides supported on a slightly tapering foot rising to a flared r
An opposite pair of Chinese famille rose bowls, the tapering bowls of ogee profile each raised on a small circular foot, decorated in a predominantly emerald, light green, dusky rose and iron red palette and depicting birds, fish and peony blooms in a gnar
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
Three Chinese famille rose porcelain lidded bowls 19th century. Decorated with famille rose enamel, one painted with flowers, other two painted with portraits, the bowls belong to the Daoguang Dynasty, the way in which the portraits and lengthy text are de
A pair of underglaze blue and iron-red 'dragon' bowls each with steeply flared sides painted on the exterior with two iron-red dragons pursuing flaming pearls among underglaze blue cloud scrolls above a band of wave splashed rocks, the base inscribed in ir
A Chinese mustard green porcelain vase, the oviform tapering vase having a distinctive pierced bamboo gallery and integral domed cover with finial, with mask lug handles and applied dragon and ruyi clouds to the body; with impressed Daoguang seal mark unde
A Chinese stem cup, late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century of simple and typical form raised upon a gently flaring base, in fine white porcelain and unadorned; bearing possible underglaze Daoguang marks underside. Height 8 cm
An opposite pair of Chinese porcelain cups in the Qing manner of slightly tapering form and raised on a small circular foot, decorated in famille rose enamels with continuous scenes of birds in a bamboo and floral landscape; bearing iron red Daoguang stamp
A Chinese famille-rose bowl, Daoguang six-character iron red seal mark to the base, and of the period painted around the body with characters from the 'Romance of the three Kingdoms', the rim coated with gold and slightly barbed to resemble a lotus flower,
A Chinese porcelain bowl in the Qing style. An underglaze blue and white bowl raised on a small circular foot overpainted in enamels with green foliage in a continuous design to the exterior with a red border to the base, and with tendrils and flora intern
A 'famille-rose' bowl seal mark of Daoguang, with steeply rounded sides rising from a recessed base, painted on the exterior with birds in flight and perched on branches of pink and white blossoming prunus trees growing among bamboo, and with a red sun ris
A 'famille-rose' 'auspicious emblems' bowl, seal mark of Daoguang, with widely rounded sides springing from a high slightly tapering foot and rising to a lipped rim, the exterior decorated with a parade of alternating twin fish, lotus flowers and chimes, i
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