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.
An interesting late 17th. century Laque Burgaute Chinese Cup. There is some damage and losses as can be in the photographs but nevertheless a fine piece. It has a diameter of 4 ins.(10.2 cms.) and a height of 2 1/4 ins.(5.7 cms.)
A late 19th. century yellow ground bottle vase painted with a continuous scene of birds amongst flowers and foliage. It has a character mark to the base and is 44.5 cms. in height. As can be seen in the photographs, there is damage to the rim which extends 5.5 cms. down the neck.
An interesting late 19th. century, possibly Seto Ware, Japanese Porcelain Hand Warmer. It is painted with sprays of bamboo and foliage and has the copper handles. There are piercings to the base which were probably meant for the attachment of feet. It is in perfect condition and measures 7 1/2 ins.(19 cms.) by 5 3/4 ins.(14.5 cms.) and is 4 ins.(10 cms.) high.