There are two very small chips to the rim and a number of burst glaze bubbles on the body. No other faults.
One bowl with a hairline crack (3.8 cm.) and a couple of rim nibbles. The other with two hairlines and a section out and restuck.
Similar bowl s in the V&A and in the Watney (Bonhams 7/11/2203, lot 2) and Espir (Woolley and Wallis 12/11/2014 lot 402) collections.
The josstick holder element is broken and there are chips to the ends of the tail. Typical firing cracks. No other faults.
Riveted section on one side. Section broken out and reglued on the other. No other faults.
One of the mounts to the wire handles has been broken and reglued. Minute nick to edge of mouth. No other faults.
Despite the large number of vases with this style of decoration, this is the first time I have ever seen a teapot of this type.
A small 1.5 cm. crack at 12.00(see detail). No other faults
The bowl is in exceptional condition without cracks or chips, just some very minor fritting to the rim and a couple of small spots of enamel loss.
Cover broken and reattached. No other faults.
The legs and handles have been removed and there is a polished chip at one end of the trough. No other faults.
There is a slight flaw in the stone shown on the back of the dragon. A polished chip on one corner . No other faults.
A very attractive charger, the design symmetrical and boldly executed in a strong soft blue and in excellent condition. Minor glaze flaws. No damage.
Slight inlay loss to cover. No other faults.
Chips to ends of fingers and missing foot to the child. Typical firing flaws to reverse of cowl. No other damage.
The figure is modelled on Western images of the Madonna and Child.
Some wear to base and gilding loss to the interior.
Polished. Rifle reduced.
Minute rim nick at lower left (see detail). No other faults.
Small chip to interior of body, two slight marks to exterior on one side. No other faults.