The porcelain dating from the Kangxi period (1662-1722). it stands 2 5/8inches (6.7cms) high.
There is a minuscule frit to the rim which has been gilded over. It is in otherwise very good condition
Dating from the Kangxi period (1662-1722), it stands 8 5/8inches (22cms) high.
It is in very good condition.
Dating from the C19th or earlier, they stand 8 1/8inches (20.7cms) high.
The glaze on the beaks has misfired causing a mottled brown effect which is pronounced on one of the birds. They are both in very good original condition.
Probably dating from the C18th. or earlier, it stands 5 5/8inches (14.9cms) high.
There are tiny chips to the little finger and cowl. Also a couple of firing faults.
Dating from the Kangxi period, it stands just 2 5/8inches (6.7cms) high.
Dating from the C17th., it measures 2 7/8inches (7.3cms) max across.
There are 2 shallow rim frits/chips to the rim. It is in otherwise good condition.
There are 3 shallow rim frits/chips to the rim. It is in otherwise good condition.
Dating from the C17th., it stands 2 1/8inches (5.3cms) high.
There is a flake under and a firing fault to the base. It is otherwise very good condiotn
Dating from the 1st half of the C20th., it stands 7 1/2inches (19cms) high.
It is very good condition with no frits, chips or cracks.
Dating from the Yongzheng period (1723-35), it measures 10 inches (25.4cms) across.
It is in excellent condition with no frits, chips or cracks.
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