A large Chinese silver handmirror with repousse decoration of dragons, clouds and bamboo, the handle with a large ring for suspension. Marked: Wang Hing. Length: 29.0 cm.; width: 20.5 cm. Weight (incl. mirror glass) 808 gr. Late 19th cent.
Staining and losses to reverse of mirror glass. No damage.
A small agate bowl, thinly carved, finely decorated in relief with a pair of long-tailed birds perched on leafy branches, another pair of birds to the reverse and raised on a ring foot. Diameter: 8.3 cm. Qianlong (1736-95).
A Canton enamel bowl and saucer enamelled with shou characters and lotus blossoms on a turquoise ground, the reverse enamelled lime green and white. Diameter of saucer: 11.5 cm. Height of bowl: 4.5 cm. Jiaqing ( 1796-1820).
A pair of unusual Chinese export porcelain plates with a broad flat rim, decorated in underglaze blue with floral and diaper designs surrounding a central floral panel. Artemisia leaf within a double circle to the reverse. Diameter: 25.7 cm. Kangxi (1662-1722).