Dating from the Kangxi period, it measures 22.8 cms across and weighs 406 gms.
It has a glazed-over potting fault at the rim with a small adjacent frit and another to the brown dressed rim. (See photos)
Dating from the C18/19th , it measures 9.1 cms across and weighs 105 gms.
There is an oblong inset repair (contemporary) which can be seen much more clearly on the back. It is in otherwise good condition.
Dating from the C18th., it measures 7.8 cms along the base and 4.2 cms high. It weighs 108 gms.
There is fritting to the rim. It is in otherwise good condition.
Dating from the Kangxi period, it measures 11.7 cms across and weighs 78 gms.
It is in excellent condition with only a minuscule bubble burst to the rim
Dating from the Kangxi period (1662-1722), it measures 11.2 cms across and weighs 69 gms.
There are some very minor frits / bubble bursts to the rim and and original small potting fault on the foot rim. It is in otherwise very good condition. (Please see photographs).
Dating from the early C18th., it stands 6.1 cms high and weighs 98 gms.
It is in excellent original condition.
Dating from the late Qing dynasty, it measures 10 cms across and weighs 206 gms.
There is an area of glaze loss/chip where the pot has been removed from the kiln.There is a minuscule white spot where the base glaze shows through.(Both these faults are from the original manufacture). It is in otherwise very good condition.
Dating from the late Qing dynasty, it measures c.35.5 cms diagonally across.
One large section has a small chip, another has a filled chip and a small section has a filled chip. The fillings are crude and could be easily improved (see photos).
Dating from the Kangxi* period, it measures 13 cms across the handles and weighs 303 gms.
There is a significant hairline running down from the rim and across the base. There is a small chip to the base of o...
Probably dating from the C18th., he stands 14 cms high and weighs 351 gms.
He is in excellent condition. There are some minor potting faults but these are all pre-firing and are glazed over.
Dating from the C19th., it stands 15.1 cms tall and weighs 179 gms.
There is fritting to the rim and some minor roughness (bubble bursts?) to the top of the ears. It is otherwise very good condition
Dating from the 1st half of the C18th (late Kangxi - early Qianlong), it stands 6.9 cms high and 7.1 cms (max) along the base. It weighs 69 gms.
Its ears appear to have been broken off and re-attached and the very tip of its horn chipped and disguised with ...
More likely dating from the C19th., it measures 26.3 cms (max across the corners) and 3.2 cms deep. It weighs 582 gms.
There is an small infilled chip to one corner. It is in otherwise very good condition. There is a small area to one corner where the glaze fled in the firing and the turquoise enamel on the border is crazed.
Dating from the C19th., they measure 18.7 cms across and together weigh 413 gms.
Plate 1. has 2 dents to the foot rim with resulting enamel loss and some stress cracks.
Plate 2 has a single dent to the foot rim with enamel loss and a small chip infilled at the rim. It is in otherwise very goo...
Dating from the Ming dynasty, it measures 17.3 cms across the top of the handles and weighs 1.026 Kg.
It is in good condition with a nice patina.
Dating from the C19th., it measures 11.4 cms (max) across and weighs 572 gms.
There are small chips to 2 leaves and one tendril and some frits to the lid. It is in otherwise very good condition.
Dating from the Meiji period, it measures 22.2 cms across and weighs 379 gms.
It is excellent condition with only some very minor wear to the rim gilding.
Dating from the C19th., it measures 21 cms high (with lid) and weighs 1.385 Kg..
The jar is in excellent condition, the lid is in 3 pieces and re-stuck.