Dating from the mid C19th., it stands 4 1/8inches (10.5 cms) high.
It is in very good condition.
Dating from the 2nd half of the C18th., it stands 5 1/4inches (13.3 cms) high with lid.
The handle has a firing fault and some wear to the gilding. As mentioned, the lid is a close match, but not original (Someone has retouched the knop in gold paint but it is not damaged.)
Dating from c1800, it stands 4 5/8 inches high.
There is a miniscule frit to the spout and a miniscule fault on the footrim.
Dating from the mid C19th. it stands 4 1/4inches (10.8 cms) high not inc. lid.
The caddy is in very good condition with only some wear to the gilding. The lid is present but damaged.
Dating from the late C18th., it measures 6 inches (15.2 cms) long.
There is a chip under the rim of the lid. It is in otherwise good condition.
Dating from the Yongzheng period (1723-35), it measures 4 inches (10.3 cms) max across.
It is in good condition. There is a firing fault to the back and a glaze frit to the front.
Dating from the late Qianlong period (1736-96), it stands 4 3/8inches (11.3 cms) high.
it is in very good condition. There is a firing fault to the footrim.
Dating from the mid C18th., it stands 5 1/4inches (13.3 cms) high inc. lid.
The gilding is worn on the jug. The lid has a couple of small chips and significant fritting to the knop.
Dating from the mid C19th., it measures 5 1/8inches (13cms) across.
It is in very good condition. Very minor wear to stand and an original firing fault to planter rim (see photo).
Dating from the early C19th., it stands 8 inches (20.3 cms) high.
It is in very good condition with only minor wear to the rim gilding.
In terms of rose mandarin decoration, this is probably as good as it gets.
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