A fine large Chinese porcelain baluster vase with ovoid body, waisted neck and flared mouth rim; covered in a deep copper red glaze with veins of purple; supported on a foot rim with an unglazed, recessed base
A fine pair of small porcelain dishes with gently sloping sides and supported on raised foot rims with recessed bases; each decorated in underglaze-blue and iron red, yellow and blue-green enamels with a central lotus medallion surrounded by a band of lotus scroll; the reverse with bats and marked "Da Qing Guang Xu Nian Zhi"
A fine Chinese porcelain water pot of domed form with sloping sides and supported on a raised foot rim with a recessed base; the exterior covered in a rich "robin's egg" glaze; the base with double circle in underglaze-blue on white
The baluster form decorated with a scene from the “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” in underglaze blue and Wucai enamels, the neck with floral designs, the base unglazed and slightly concaved
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A pair of vases of rectangular form, widening towards the round necks and flared mouth rims, the sides molded and carved in relief with scenes of figures amidst gardens and pavillions, painted in famille noire enamels, the bases with impressed apocryphal Kangxi marks in seal script. Early 20th Century. Approximately 12 inches tall without stands.
A fine Chinese porcelain jar of ovoid form decorated in underglaze-blue against white with a pheasant perched upon rockery, surrounded by flowers and a magnolia tree; the recessed base with an apocryphal 6 character Kangxi mark in underglaze-blue
A Chinese porcelain vase of ovoid form with long neck and flared mouth rim, modeled with formalized chrysanthemum petals at the base and supported on a raised foot rim; covered in a deep egg-yolk yellow glaze with dense crazing
a soft paste porcelain seal paste box of domed form and supported on a raised foot rim with a recessed base; decorated in underglaze-blue and white with a scene of fisherman under a tree on the top; the base with a fishing village; the base unmarked