A beautiful quality Meiji period Japanese Bronze Vase embossed with trailing wisteria. It has a deep brown patina with a bloom of dark red to the rear shoulder. There is a Dragonfly mark to the base. It is 27 cms. high.
A very pretty 19th. century Japanese Hirado small censer with basket weave copper cover. It is in good condition and has the original wood stand. It is 5.2 cms. high (excluding cover) and is 7.5 cms. in diameter at the widest.
A very finely painted late 19th. century Chinese Blue and White deep Bowl. It is decorated with three dragons playing amongst a continuous scrollwork of stylised flames. It is in perfect condition and has a height of 23 cms. and a diameter across the rim of 23.5 cms.
A late 18th./early 19th. century Chinese Bronze Scroll Weight of a boy sitting astride a buffalo. The buffalo has pieces of copper inlaid which were probably originally gilded. It measures 7.5 cms. long and is 5.5 cms. high.
A pair of late 19th. century Chinese porcelain lidded jars which have been drilled in the lid and base for conversion to lamps. The lids retain the bronze mounts. They are monochrome orange with a stylised design of flowers in gilt. They are 26 cms. in height.
A very pretty set of 4 Chinese Canton Enamel lozenge shaped dishes dating from the first half of the 19th. century. They are decorated with scenes of figures in a landscape and are in good condition apart from one which has some hairline stress cracks as can be seen in the photograph. they measure 9.5 by 8 cms.
A 17th. century, Kang Hsi period, Chinese blue and white porcelain tea caddy of swirled shape and painted with bands of flowers and foliage. It is in good condition apart from some tiny frits to the rim as can be seen in the photograph. It stands 10.5 cms. tall.