A chinese porcelain pedestal dish in the form of a peach. It is painted in famille rose enamels in a "jumble" pattern. The reverse with floral sprays over foaming waves. There is a hand written 6 character Tongzhi mark to the base.
Probably dating from the Tongzhi period (1862-74), it measures 5 7/8inches (14.8 cms) max across.
A chinese porcelain lobed, footed dish of quatrefoil form decorated in rouge de fer with 5 dragon roundels. The base in famille rose with bats and peaches over foaming waves. There is an apocryphal Yongzheng seal mark to the base.
Dating from the 2nd half of the C19th., it measures 11 1/8inches (28.3 cms) long.
A pair of small cinnabar lacquer vases carved with scenes of boys and scholars in a landscape with keyfret and lappet borders. The necks carved with floral scrolls. The rim and base have exposed metal.
Probably dating from the late C19th., they stand 4 inches (10.3 cms) high.
The lacquer is in good order. The paint has flaked off the metal rims and bases.