Dating from the C17/18th., it meaures 15 cms across the handles.
There is one handle missing and a hairline to the side. It would have had a stand and lid.
Dating from the Wanli period, it measures 4 3/4inches (12 cms) across the handles.
It is in good condition with some calcium accretions and some minor degradation to the glaze to the interior.
Dating from the early C19th., they stand 21.3cms high
Figure 1: has damaage to her cowl and losses to tips of fingers on right hand.
Figure 2: Top of bottle missing, tips of fingers and a couple of minuscule frits to her cowl.
Dating from c1800, they stand 9inches (22.8cms) high.
Figure 1 has tips of 2 fingers on her left hand and a portion of her right hand missing.Also a bubble burst on the back of her cowl (original)
Figure 2 has the tipe of 2 fingers on her left hand and 3 on her right missing.
Both are in otherwise good condition.
Dating from the mid C19th., it stands 3 1/2inches (8.9cms) high.
It is in very good condition.
Dating from the C19th., it stands 9 5/8inches (24.5cms) high.
There is a small firing fault a the base and a very few pieces of kiln grit (see photos). It is in excellent original condition.
Dating from late Qing/ Republic period the set measures 14inches (35.6cms) max. across.
The condition is generally good:-
Central dish: Good
Inner dishes : 2 have small frits to the outer sharp edge and 1 has a filled rimchip.
Outer dishes: 1 has rim frit and 1 has a filled rim chip with associated short hairline.
Dating from the Tongzhi period (1862-74), it measures 7 1/4inches (18.4cms) max across.
There is scratching and some discolouration to the interior base and some wear to the rim gilding with one minuscule fleabite (see photo 12). It is in otherwise very good condition.
Dating from the Kangxi period, it measures 9 inches (22.8cms) across.
There are 2 small frits and a glazed over fault on the rim. It is in otherwise very good condition.
Dating from the C19th., he stands 8 1/2inches (21.6cms) high.
He has chips to 2 fingers and his thumb. He is in otherwise very good condition.
Dating from the 1st half of the C18th., it stands 5 1/4inches (13.4cms) high.
There are a couple of shell chips inside the rim of the base. It is in otherwise good condition.
Dating from the Qianlong period, it measures 14.8cms across.
There is a small frit, some minor bubble bursts and some minor enamel wear to the rim. It is in otherwise very good condition.
Dating from the Qianlong period, it measures 14cms across.
There is a single hairline and a small frit to the rim. It is in otherwise very good condition
Dating from the Qianlong period, it measures 14.2cms across.
There are some bubble bursts and a small frit to some high points on the rim. It is in otherwise very good condition.
Dating from the C19th., she stands 6 1/4inches (15.9cms) high.
She is in very good condition.
Dating from the kangxi period, it measures 23.3cms across.
There is a shell chip to the back of the rim which is only barely visible on the front rim. It is in otherwise very good condition.
Dating from the Kangxi period (1663-1723), it measures 8 3/4inches (22.2cms) across.
There is a bubble burst to the rim. It is in otherwise original condition. There are some glaze faults to the back.
Dating from the late Qing / early republic period, it stands 7 1/2inches (19cms) high inc. lid.
There is one very small frit which can be seen on the edge of the lotus leaf above the beak of the crane, an original, glazed over fault and an original fault inside the lid (See photos). It is in otherwise very good condition.
* Original Wang Bingrong pieces fetch many thousands of pounds. These jars, most people believe, bear a retrospective mark and are priced accordingly. Even so, Christies South Kensington sold one for £1000 (inc, premium) on 9th Sept. 2015.