A sugar bowl with cover made of reddish Yixing clay. The exterior of the body enameled with a bird among flowers. The inside with turquoise green enamel. Base with impressed mark. Condition: fine, cover with a tiny rim chip. Dimension: handle to handle: c. 13.5 cm, 9 cm high, weight: 244 g.
Two conjoined round boxes with covers molded as fruits with stems. Gray stoneware with a gray olive-green glaze. The recessed base and the interior partially unglazed. Condition: cover with a small chip, further two overglazed chips, stem with a firing crack. Dimension: 9 cm long, 4.1 cm high, weight: 108 g.
A small shallow saucer shaped dish made of grey stoneware with olive green celadon glaze. The exterior with clear-cut lotus petals. Very similar piece in the Baur Foundation in Geneva. Condition: few glaze cracks. Dimension: 15.1 cm diameter, weight: 278 g. Without wooden stand.
A small jar made of dark polished Yixing clay for the Thai market. The mouth with a metal sheathing. The stopper made of wood and metal. Condition: the base with a tiny chip, few traces of usage. Dimension: 12 cm high, weight: 242 g.
Bulgy shape dressed with an opaque grey green glaze. Two small ring handles set on the shoulders connected to the canted rim. Grey white stoneware, the exposed areas turned in reddish-brown. Concave base. Condition: Base with tiny chips, the surface slightly scratched. Dimensions: 8,5 cm high and 11,5 cm diameter. Weight: 370 gram.