Beautiful Enameled and gilted, early 19th century Chinese porcelain plate, converted into a tazza with elaborate French bronze mounts, probably from the same period, circa 1820s. 9 3/4 inch (22cm) high, 11inch (28cm) wide with handles. Excellent condition, with no any damage.
A matched pair of beaker form garniture vase (Gu type of Vase for Chinese tradition), decorated in famille rose. 19 cm high. Condition: one has a small chip at mouth rim, another one has two small chips at mouth rim, all chips were repaired and hard to see.
A finely potted petal-like plate, decorated with richly enameled. DATE: Qianlong period. SIZE: 9 1/3 in (24cm). diam. CONDITION: One piece of petal is broken and glued back (Please check the last tow pictures for the detail), otherwise is in very good condition.
The body is well potted and thin that you can see through. The Decoration is nice example how Chinese and Western styles can combine together perfectly. Date: C. 1730 Yongzheng or Early Qianlong. 4 inch high. Condition is pretty good but lost its lid.
The nice Chinese Imari punch bowl decorated with flowers and rocks in Chinese garden. DATE: circa 1760. SIZE: 9.5 inch (24cm) in diameter and 4 inch (10.5cm) high. CONDITION: fine and maybe some re-gilt.
Late 18th or early 19th century, the Rockefeller plate decorated with mandarin in polychrome enamel at center, finely gilded border but most gild lost. 20cm diameter. One chip restored (please see the last picture), otherwise is good. Reference: Michel Beurdeley, Guy Raindre. QING PORCELAIN: FAMILLE VERTE, FAMILLE ROSE, RIZZOLI Published in 1987, P171.