A chinese porcelain brush pot painted in famille rose enamels in the "rose medallion" style.
Dating from the 2nd half of the C19th., it stands 4 3/4inches (12.1 cms) high.
There is a miniscule area where the blue enamel has chipped (see photo 9). The adjoining area it has fled in the firing. There is gilt wear to the border of the rear cartouche and kiln grit to the interior base. It is in very good condition.
A chinese hexagonal porcelain bowl beautifully decorated in bright famile rose enamels with a horse and figures in a landscape. There is a 4 character Tongzhi mark to the base. The interior and base with turquoise enamel.
Dating from the Tongzhi period (1862-74), it measures 4 1/2inches (11.5 cm) max across.
It is in very good condition with only minor surface scratching to the interior.