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Asian Art London 25th May 2018


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241 TWO BOXES AND COVERS. Tang Dynasty. Each of circular section with straight sides, the slightly domed cover, one decorated with blue spots, the other with green and yellow dots, 5.5cm diameter. (4) £1,200 – 1,500 e īŇ 9ǟƗ

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242 A DINGYAO ‘LOTUS’ JAR AND COVER. Song Dynasty. The globular body supported on a tapering foot, set with lotus leaves modelled in high relief, the cover formed as a lotus leaf, the finial forming the stem, 9cm H. (2) £400 – 600 Ǣ ƈǜ g 4

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243 A JIAN HARE FUR GLAZED TEA BOWL. Song Dynasty. Covered in a thick russet and black streaked glaze, gongyu mark (Imperial tribute), 6.5cm H, 12.5cm diameter. £2,000 – 3,000 Ǣ €ǜŊ(À©ă

244 A QINGBAI VASE. Song Dynasty. The ribbed body supported on a high arched foot, and rising to a waisted banded neck and everted rim, 21.5cm H. £600 – 800 Ǣ Vǘ(

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245 A YAOZHOU TEA BOWL. Song Dynasty. The interior moulded with six peony blossoms borne on an undulating stem of fine scrolling leaves, the exterior of the conical bowl carved with a band of narrow petals rising from the small ring foot, 5.5cm H, 13cm diameter. Provenance: from the Jan and Nelly Szibner Collection. £4,000 – 6,000 Ǣ ŢƐǜǔƕŌťfG

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246 A YAOZHOU CELADON BOWL. Song Dynasty. Of conical form, with shallow rounded sides and an everted rim, the interior with a lush peony blossom, within a central circular roundel, within a band divided into six panels enclosing further floral spray, 4.5 x 15.2cm diameter. £1,000 – 2,000 Ǣ ŢƐǜV(ǔƕgfG

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247 A DINGYAO BOWL. Song Dynasty. With deeply rounded sides rising to a metal-mounted rim, supported on a slightly recessed base and foot, the interior with a roundel incised with a floral branch, 14.7cm diameter £2,000 – 3,000 Ǣ ƈǜHFgfG

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248 A QINGBAI BOWL. Song Dynasty. The deeply rounded sides rising to a foliate rim, the interior with an attractive pattern of scrolling clouds, 12.5cm diameter. £600 – 800 Ǣ Vǘ(ǔƕƖĵfG

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249 A CARVED QINGBAI BOWL. Song Dynasty. Of conical form with deep rounded sides rising from a slightly tapered foot, to an everted foliate rim, carved and combed on the interior with flower scroll among densely sprouting foliage, 20cm diameter. £1,200 – 1,500 Ǣ Vǘ(HFgfG

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250 A CELADON VASE. Song Dynasty. The pear-shape body rising from a short straight foot to a tall cylindrical neck and everted rim, 15.5cm H. Provenance: from the personal collection of Roger Bluett, thence by descent to the present owner. £4,000 – 6,000 Ǣ V(Ġģ

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251 A SANCAI-GLAZED MODEL OF A LUOHAN. Ming Dynasty. Standing on a low rectangular base in long flowing robes, the hands together, the face, set with an urna, sensitively modelled and bearing a serene, contemplative expression, 56cm H. £600 – 800 P ǛLƊ]Ɵc

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252 A LONGQUAN CELADON ‘LOTUS’ DISH. Ming Dynasty. Of shallow form rising from a short foot to a lipped rim, encircled with radiating concave ‘petals’ and a central medallion enclosing a beautifully incised flowering lotus branch, 28cm diameter. ÂŁ2,000 – 3,000 P IV(HF N6

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253 A NEAR PAIR OF OCTAGONAL BLUE AND WHITE EWERS. Ming Dynasty, 16th Century. Of octagonal form, the globular body, with floral spray along each face, and set with a curved spout and rectangular handle, the flaring neck decorated with a leaf-lappet band, one ewer with a four character Xuande mark, 16cm H. (2) £1,000 – 2,000 Ppƹnm `ƒVgĥ\ǟƬ For a single ewer see Oriental Ceramics: The World’s Great Collections – Museum of Fine Art, Boston, cat no 88.

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254 A BLUE AND WHITE LANTERN JAR. Transitional era. The globular body with a tapering rim and base, the body decorated with lotus bouquets and butterflies, 27cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 PqC Vgkg5BN?4

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255 A PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE VASES. Transitional era. Of hexagonal pear-shaped form, decorated to the body with continuous figurative scenes, below floral borders, 27.5cm H. (2) £8,000 – 12,000 PqC VgkDZƹư;

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256 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘BOYS’ JAR. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Decorated with quatrefoil panels enclosing boys holding lotus stems, separated by lotus spray, wood cover and stand, 22cm H. (3) £800 – 1,200 qE Vgk fŅnjB4^ =Ə[

257 A PAIR OF INCISED CELADON DISHES. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The interior of each with a central stylised shou character roundel encircled by a ruyi head band and a further band of bats and clouds, six character Chenghua mark to base, 26.5cm diameter. (2) £1,500 – 2,000 qp`nm V(HFƖDŽf6+;

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258 TWO FAMILLE VERTE ‘FLOWER BASKET’ CHARGERS. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Each decorated with a central roundel depicting a flower basket, surrounded by lappets of various scenes of flowers and rocks, 37.5cm diameter, 40cm diameter. (2) £800 – 1,200 qE LkųgƪÇ&#x;Ƭ

259 A LARGE FAMILLE VERTE FIGURATIVE DISH. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. The central roundel decorated with an exterior figurative scene of soldiers and officials within a border set with four quatrefoil panels enclosing flowering branches, 37.8cm diameter. £800 – 1,200 qE LkDZBƪ

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260 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘GARDEN SCENE’ YUHUCHUNPING. Qing Dynasty, Yongzheng era. Of elegant pear-shaped form, decorated with a balustraded garden planted with bamboo and plantain trees beside rocks, all below pendent ruyi heads and scrolling foliage bands around the waisted neck and lappets to the foot, waisted neck collared with scrolls and stylised plantain leaves rising to a trumpet mouth, the flared foot further decorated with a scrolling band, 38cm H. £6,000 – 8,000 qƟNJ VgkĭŠBl\Ǚ

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261 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘PEONY SCROLL’ DISH. Qing Dynasty, Yongzheng mark and of the period. The shallow rounded sides resting on a short foot, the interior with a central medallion enclosing foliated peony scroll bearing seven blossoms, the exterior similarly painted with nine evenly spaced peonies wreathed in foliage, six character Yongzheng mark to base, 21cm diameter. £6,000 – 8,000 qƟNJ VgƿƽŌťf6>WKqƟNJRJYQ

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262 A SLIP DECORATED MONOCHROME BLUE ‘ELEPHANT’ JAR. Qing Dynasty. The rounded body painted in translucent white with a dragon the head turned down to the right, wood cover, 24cm H. (2) £1,000 – 1,500 q Ï(Ĵǘ/fB4^

263 AN ORMALU-MOUNTED DOUBLE-FISH CELADON VASE. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era, the mounts 19th Century. with moulded scales and raised dorsal fins, mounted in gilt-bronze cast with scrolls on a pierced oval scroll moulded foot, with a label to the underside Brynkinalt RM, 33.5cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 qǩǭ ķUV(čƤ For a pair of European-mounted celadon glazed double fish vases see Ayres, Chinese and Japanese Works of Art in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen: Volume II, 2016, cat no 1234-1235, p 473.

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264 A CANTON FAMILLE ROSE VASE. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Of hexagonal baluster form, the body decorated with large panels enclosing figures in a garden, with further smaller panels to the neck, foot, and shoulders enclosing sepia landscape scenes, reserved on a scrolling gilt ground, 45.5cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 qp`nm ljDžǣLUƹư4

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265 A GILT-DECORATED BLACK LACQUER ‘TEA CULTIVATION’ TEA CADDY. Qing Dynasty, circa 1830. Of hexagonal form, with gently rounded sides supported on four gilt lion-feet supports, the sides vividly painted with gilt with scenes of tea-cultivation and preparation, the top of the domed cover similarly decorated within a band of dragons chasing flaming pearls, 20 x 14 x 14.5cm long. £800 – 1,200 qs+`ǛÒ śǒUkJŴB`ưŴŖ4

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266 A FAMILLE ROSE FISH BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. Finely enamelled with long tailed crested birds among rockwork and peonies, all between moulded lion head handles, the interior with various carp and shellfish swimming amongst aquatic plants, 62cm diameter. £5,000 – 8,000 qǩǭ ǣLƱƯƤš

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267 A PAIR OF LARGE BLUE AND WHITE ‘LANDSCAPE’ JARDINIÈRES. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Of spherical form on short stepped tripod feet, decorated to the exterior with a continuous watery landscape scene, 18.5cm H, 24cm diameter. (2) £8,000 – 12,000 qp`nm Vgk ǗBgŁ+;

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268 A CANTON ENAMEL ‘EUROPEAN SCENE’ COFFEE POT AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The tall globular body finely painted with curly-haired figures in a landscape, with a curved spout opposite an ear-shaped handle, domed cover, 18cm H. (2) £2,500 – 3,000 qp`nm ljDžikǬǫÃĮc ǗBŦƀ \

269 A LARGE CANTON ENAMEL COFFEE POT AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The tapering cylindrical body set with an upright handle, the body decorated with flowering branches emerging from behind a rock, 28cm H. £1,000 – 2,000 qp`nm ljDžiǬǫk gfŦƀ \

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270 A FAMILLE ROSE CANTON ENAMEL TRAY. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Of rectangular form, enamelled with a pair of long-tailed birds perched on rockwork issuing chrysanthemum and magnolia, all reserved on a plain white ground within a puce foliate band, the rounded rim with a diaper ground reserving four quatrefoil panels enclosing flowering spray, 56.5 x 40.5cm. £8,000 – 12,000 qE ljDžiǬǫǞČgŹfʼnƪ For a related tray see the JA Lloyd Hyde collection, Chinese Painted Enamels, The China Institute of America, 1969, cat no 13, p 17.

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271 A CANTON ENAMEL PINK GROUND FAMILLE ROSE CANDLESTICK. Qing Dynasty. Raised on a high tapering base and set with a wide drip-pan with everted galleried rim, connected to a sconce by a tall column with a raised band, decorated with auspicious symbols and bat and peaches roundels on a pink ground, 49cm H. £6,000 – 8,000 q ljDžiǬǫŽŸƳǚƲDŽfƚƘ

272 A FAMILLE ROSE CANDLESTICK. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong mark and probably of the period. Raised on a high bell-shaped base and set with a wide drip-pan connected to a sconce by a tall tapering column, decorated all over with lotus scroll and auspicious emblems on a red ground, six character Qianlong mark to the edge of the drip-pan, 31.5cm H. £12,000 – 15,000 qǩǭ ŽŸƳǚǣLkƲDŽfƚƘ>WKqǩǭRJYQ

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273 A BLUE AND WHITE STEM BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong mark and of the period. The bowl is decorated with lança characters spaced between a leafy meander of stylised lotus scrolls, supported on a flaring base decorated with beaded tassels below ruyi and floral borders, six character Qianlong mark beneath the foot, 13.5cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 qǩǭ Vgkƿƽ f›ƫG>WKqǩǭRJYQ

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274 A FAMILLE ROSE SGRAFFITO-GROUND VASE. Qing Dynasty, 18th / 19th Century. The ovoid body rising from a spreading foot, with a wide mid-section hanging over the shoulders rising to a waisted neck and lipped onion neck, brightly enamelled around the exterior with a leafy undulating floral scroll of full-blown lotus, clematis and hibiscus flowers, all reserved on a green sgraffito ground, the shoulder moulded in high relief with gilt decorated iron red bat handles, 40cm H. £10,000 – 15,000 qp` / phnm ƣǚǣLĤakƿƽgfDŽƯ¦É

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275 A FAMILLE ROSE JARDINIÈRE. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. Of lobed form raised on four ruyi-form feet, the flaring sides rising to an everted lipped rim, the sides brightly enamelled with floral sprays below bats against a turquoise ground, with floral sprays against a yellow ground at the rim edged with gilding, the interiors enamelled turquoise, fitted box, 16.5cm H, 7.5cm diameter. Provenance: Edward Chow Collection. £40,000 – 60,000 qǩǭ Ì ƣǚUǣLĘDŽgŹfgŁ For a closely related jardinière from the Chinese Imperial collection see The Enchanting Splendor of Vases and Planters: A Special Exhibition of Flower Vessels from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, 2014, cat no I-31, p 92.

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276 A GREEN-ENAMELLED ‘DRAGON’ BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Guangxu mark and of the period. The interior decorated in green enamel with a five-clawed scaly dragon leaping in pursuit of a flaming pearl surrounded by flame motifs, the exterior of the bowl decorated with a repeating incised cloud pattern, six character mark to base, 8.5 x 4.5cm diameter. ÂŁ2,000 – 3,000 qjÂŒ ĆŁ(fG>WKqajRJYQ

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277 A FAMILLE ROSE 'DRAGON AND PHOENIX' BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Daoguang mark and of the period. The deep rounded sides rising from a slightly tapered foot to an everted rim, brightly painted to the exterior with two dragons in pursuit of a flaming pearl, divided by phoenix in flight, reserved on a leafy floral ground, all below the Eight Buddhist Emblems and ruyi head band at the rim, the interior with a central dragon medallion, the base inscribed with a six-character seal mark, 16cm diameter. £2,000 – 3,000 qaj LkgfG>WKqajRJYQ

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278 A CELADON-GLAZED ‘DRAGON’ VASE, TIANQIUPING. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The globular body rising to a tall cylindrical neck, decorated in high relief around the body and neck with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl among clouds and flames, and above waves, 51cm H. £10,000 – 15,000 qphnm V(—ofƒŘ

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279 A FAMILLE ROSE BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Jiaqing mark and of the period. The rounded sides rising to an everted foliate rim, decorated to the exterior with figures and inscriptions, six character mark to base, 18.5cm diameter. ÂŁ1,500 – 2,000 qĹˇĹœ ÇŁLUkÇąG>WKqĹˇĹœRJYQ

280 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘BOYS’ VASE. 19th / 20th Century. Of slender pear-shaped form, with a waisted neck and everted rim, the body decorated with two boys looking into a basket, six character Guangxu mark to base, 21cm H. ÂŁ100 – 200 ph / dpnm VgĹ…ÇŒ

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281 A PAIR OF ‘FISH’ CUPS. Qing Dynasty, Daoguang mark and of the period. Of conical form, the slightly bulging bodies decorated in iron red with fishes, against a ground of incised wave patterns, six character Daoguang mark to base, 5.2cm H, 9.5cm diameter. (2) £600 – 800 qaj UHF8ǗfǣLkUƤù+;

282 TWO FAMILLE ROSE ‘EIGHT BROKENS’ BOWLS. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The faceted sides of each bowl supported on a short tapering foot, and enamelled on a crackle ground with a collage of fragmentary calligraphic inscriptions, 6.5cm H, 10.5cm diameter / 8.5cm H, 17.5cm diameter. (2) £800 – 1,200 qphnm ǣLk`ŞBfGǟƬ

283 AN ‘EIGHT BROKENS’ PAINTING. Ink on silk, hanging scroll, 83 x 39cm. £800 – 1,200 `ŞÁ Ŕǁ Ƽǀ

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ARCHAIC BRONZE VASES FROM A LONDON PRIVATE COLLECTION (lots 283a – 285) 283a A BRONZE VASE. Han Dynasty. Of pear-shaped form, the rounded body supported on a splayed foot, the banded waisted neck rising to a lobed onion neck, 33cm H. £3,000 – 4,000 ] iƭŎőŐǃ

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284 A BRONZE VASE, HU. Han Dynasty. The rounded sides supported on a splayed foot and rising to a waisted neck and flared rim, the body with geometric patterns below a lappet band, 32cm H. £4,000 – 6,000 ] i\

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285 A BRONZE VASE, HU. Han Dynasty. The rounded body rising to a waisted neck spreading below an inverted rim, a series of raised bands running over the body, 22cm H. £4,000 – 6,000 ] i\

286 A BRONZE VASE. Han Dynasty. Of pear-shaped form, the rounded body supported on a splayed foot, the banded waisted neck rising to a lobed onion neck, 34.5cm H, 1.45kg. £3,000 – 5,000 ] iƭŎőŐǃ

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287 A BRONZE VESSEL. Han Dynasty. Of high cylindrical form, supported on three cabriole feet, small loop handles and banding to the body, a knop to the cover, double boxed, 31.5cm H, 2.6kg. Exhibited: the Neiraku museum, Nara Japan. £4,000 – 6,000 ] i\

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288 A BRONZE RITUAL VESSEL, YOU. Western ZhouThe pear-shaped body of oval section with compressed bulging belly, raised on a splayed foot, the neck with two animal masks in relief, with four further animal masks set on the domed cover which is surmounted by a raised central knob, the arched swing handle with animal heads at both terminals, 23cm H, 3.02kg. £15,000 – 20,000 & i%

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289 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL TRIPOD CENSER. Yuan-Early Ming period. The compressed globular body supported on tripod cylindrical feet, rising to a waisted neck and everted galleried rim, decorated with large lotus flowers and foliage, with lappet bands around the feet and a band of flower heads around the neck, set on each side with gilt bronze lion head handles, 13cm H, 18cm diameter. £20,000 – 30,000 ~ªMP iǝǦǬǫ^fƱƯǛƫĐ

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290 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL ‘BUDDHIST LION DOGS’ BOWL. Ming Dynasty. The rounded sides supported on a low tapering foot, decorated to the exterior with Buddhist lion dogs chasing ribboned balls among auspicious symbols on a turquoise ground, above a lappet band, the interior with a central roundel enclosed by a band of waves supporting flying horses enclosing a double vajra, the base with a four character Xuande mark, 20.2cm diameter. £2,000 – 3,000 P iǝǦǬǫZƱfG

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291 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL TRIPOD STAND. Early Ming Dynasty. The circular dish-form stand enamelled with a central medallion enclosing a single scrolling flower, framed by border of flower heads and a wide lotus scroll band, reserved on a turquoise ground, 18.3cm diameter. £1,000 – 2,000 MP iǝǦǬǫǛƫƏ[

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292 A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CANDLESTICKS. Ming Dynasty. Raised on a high tapering base and set with a wide drip-pan with everted galleried rim, connected to a sconce by a short tapering column, decorated all over with lotus scroll on a turquoise ground, 30cm H. (4) £8,000 – 12,000 P iǓǝǦǬǫƚƘ+;

293 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL ‘LOTUS SCROLL’ TRIPOD WATERPOT. Ming Dynasty. The domed body decorated with lotus scroll on a turquoise ground and supported on three cabriole feet, wood stand, 11.5cm wide. (3) Provenance: with L. Wannieck, Paris; collection of Miss Pierron from 1921 [accompanying letter] £2,000 – 3,000 P iǓǝǦǬǫƿƽ fǗĨ^[

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294 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE. Qing Dynasty, 18th century. Of pear-shaped form, raised on a splayed foot, rising to a tall waisted neck, decorated with lotus scroll, with cicada pendents encircling the lipped rim, 35cm H. £1,000 – 2,000 qp`nm iǝǦǬǫƿƽ fƒŘ

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295 AN ENAMELLED SILVER VASE. Early 20th Century. The exterior enamelled with a design of large flower heads, including stylised lotus, passiflora, anemone, lily, pomegranate, honeysuckle, iris, narcissus, rose, aster, peach blossom and morning glory, interrupted by a blue-ground band at the shoulder, enamelled with lotus blossoms borne on meandering stems, above a collar of pendent turquoise ruyi lappets the foot enamelled with a border of pendent lotus petal lappets, below a band of upright lappets each picked out in two shades of blue, 20cm H, 556g. £3,000 – 5,000 dpn@MS #L

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296 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL ‘FANGSHENG’ VASE. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. The double-lozenge form body supported on a splayed square foot, cutting through the body to a tapering lipped neck, the body with panels of S-scroll on a green ground, within overlapping bands of C-scroll on a turquoise ground, the other angled faces decorated with lotus scroll or flower heads, 19.5cm H. £30,000 – 40,000 qǩǭ iǝǦǬǫƖƋfưıdžƮ A similar tool vase in the Imperial collection is illustrated in Compendium of Collections in the Palace Museum: Enamels IV, 2011, cat no 115, p 164.

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297 A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL ‘LOTUS FLOWER’ VASES. 19th / 20th Century. Each with tapering sides rising to a steep shoulder, the waisted neck ending in a bulbous lobed garlic mouth, the bodies overlapping shaped lotus leaves, below a band of lotus pods and flowers on a pink ground, the neck with three raised bands separating various registers of decoration, and set on either side with lotus-root form handles, 50cm H. (2) £4,000 – 6,000 ph / dpnm iǝǦǬǫUlęš éƯ njǃĬ+; A similar single vase in the Imperial collection is illustrated in Compendium of Collections in the Palace Museum: Enamels IV, 2011, cat no 190, p 246.

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298 A JUN BOWL. Ming Dynasty. The rounded sides divided into six facets, rising from a short tapering foot 5.5cm H, 12.5cm diameter Provenance: English private collection; acquired from Bluetts [label] in the 1960s. £6,000 – 8,000 P ůǜgǃG

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299 A GE-TYPE BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong mark and of the period. The gently curved sides divided into six facets, rising from a short tapering foot to a foliate rim, applied with a greyish blue glaze, suffused with a network of black and faint russet cracks, inscribed to the base with a four character seal mark, 4.5cm H, 13cm diameter. £3,000 – 5,000 qǩǭ żœǜgǃG>WǩǭR­YQ

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300 A JADE ‘LUDUAN’ CARVING. 17th / 18th Century. Seated with the legs tucked beneath and the tail coiled round the left side, the head with bulging eyes and a grinning face, turned to the left, 14cm long. £2,000 – 3,000 pT / p`nm loõij

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301 A WHITE JADE RAFT GROUP. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Carved as a log raft ferrying the immortal Magu holding a ruyi scepter in the right hand and a basket in the left, beside an attendant paddling with a large oar, with carved and pierced tree branches growing behind from base of the raft, the underside deeply incised as a gnarled trunk, 19.5 x 8.5cm. £3,000 – 5,000 qp`nm ǘloدĂ8 Compare to related piece in the Imperial collection.

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302 A JADE ‘DRUNKEN SCHOLAR’ CARVING. Qing Dynasty. Carved to depict a rocky landscape with a seated scholar raising a glass of wine beneath a gnarled pine tree beside a deer holding a spray of lingzhi fungus in the mouth, carved wood stand, 10cm H. (2) ÂŁ4,500 – 5,000 q loĹ?KĆƒÄśĹŠc

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303 A JADE ‘MOUNTAIN’ CARVING. Qing Dynasty, 18th / 19th Century. Delicately carved in the round, the front side depicting Huang Chenyan riding a donkey beside an attendant along a meandering path between jagged rocks, an overhanging pine wrapping around the rocks from the other side above a waterfall, 9.7 x 6.5cm. ÂŁ4,000 – 6,000 qp` / phnm lo Çą

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A RARE AND IMPORTAINT WHITE JADE ‘BUFFALO AND QILIN GROUP’ CARVING FROM A EUROPEAN COLLECTION.

The carved jade buffalo is perhaps the most iconic subject in animal carving and an important symbol of Imperial power. The buffalo is emblematic of agricultural production and the springtime, but more importantly is a symbol of strength, endurance and prosperity. James Lin argues in The Immortal Stone, 2009, p 51, that from the Ming Dynasty onwards buffaloes were often depicted at rest with their head turned at a right angle to its body, as seen in this carving, to indicate that the world was at peace. To complement this, the qilin, a fabulous creature that appears only during the reign of a benevolent ruler and embodies grandeur and happiness, long life, illustrious offspring and wise administration. Their combination is rare and is a testament to a peaceful and prosperous reign as a direct result of the heavenly mandate upon the Emperor.

Jade ‘buffalo and qilin’ group carvings may be found in Robert Kleiner, Chinese Jades from the Collection of Alan and Simone Hartman, 1996, pl 189; A. Forsyth and B. McElney, Jades from China, Hong Kong, 1994, no.325 and René-Yvon Lefebvre d’Argencé in Chinese Jade in the Avery Brundage Collection, plate XLVII, pp 108-109 [above left]. The subject matter may also on rare occasions be found in other materials. See for example a wood carving from the Imperial Collection, illustrated in Classics of the Forbidden City: Bamboo, Ivory and Rhinoceros Horn Carvings in the Collection of the Palace Museum, 2002 [above right]. The present lot is exceptional in both size, colour and the quality of carving placing at the forefront of the small group of this important and evocative subcategory of jade buffalo carvings.

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304 A WHITE JADE ‘BUFFALO AND QILIN GROUP’ CARVING. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century The recumbent buffalo seated with the legs tucked beneath, the head turned to the left with the eyes raised and mouth in an expression of relaxation, a small qilin clambering up the buffalo’s body, 13.5cm long, 8.5cm wide. Provenance: Private European Collection. £20,000 – 30,000 qp`nm ǘloǗêĢĩ

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305 A CARVED JADE ‘GOOSE’ BOX AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The bird carved and pierced as a box and cover, to depict a bird standing with the head turned back, a spray of lingzhi fungus in the mouth extending around the body and forming handles on either side suspending hanging rings, the tall feet encircled by further scrolling lingzhi fungus, wood stand, 15.5cm H. With wood stand. (3) Provenance: English Private Collection, acquired in the 1930s. £4,000 – 6,000 qphnm lo. 9^[ For a similarly conceived box and cover formed as a pair of birds see J. M. Hartman, Three Dynasties of Jade, 1971, cat no 57 and also American Art Galleries, The Remarkable Collection of the Imperial Prince Kung of China, 1918, cat no 139.

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306 A JADE EWER AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The tapering body with a hexagonal spout and handle, carved in shallow relief with two oval panels, one depicting two scholars standing beside a stream beneath a large fruiting peach tree, the inverse with a poetic inscription, the rim with a band of pendent lappets, the high domed cover surmounted by a chi dragon, two character xuan he mark to base, wood stand, 19.5cm H. (2) Provenance: from the collection of a Lady of title. ÂŁ3,000 – 5,000 p`nm VǘloÄ‘jÇą Ç—fĹŠ\ ÄˆĂšĹąÄ‰Q

307 A JADE WASHER. Qing Dynasty. The thick walled shallow oval washer incised to the sides and base with rockwork, a spray of lingzhi fungus naturalistically carved in relief issuing from the centre of the interior, carved and pierced wood stand, 14cm long. (2) £2,000 – 3,000 q lo'f10

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308 A JADE ‘TAOTIE MASK’ BANGLE. 17th / 18th Century. The rounded exterior shallowly incised to depict taotie masks against a leiwen ground, 9cm diameter. £3,000 – 5,000 pT / p`nm oflA

309 A JADE ‘DOG GROUP’ CARVING. Qing Dynasty. The two animals seated and huddled together, a leafy stem supported in their mouths, 3cm long. £400 – 600 q lo2

310 A CARVED JADE ‘CHILONG’ WASHER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Of quatrilobed form, the sides deeply carved with chi dragons clambering over the rim, above a base of spiralling waves carved over the base, wood stand, 7cm long. (2) £2,000 – 3,000 qp`nm loò10

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311 A RUSSET JADE ‘RAMS’ CARVING. Qing Dynasty. The animal standing around an oversized lingzhi fungus, beneath a tree and openwork rocks, wood stand, 10.5 x 13 x 5cm. (2) £600 – 800 q lo,

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312 A JADEITE ‘RAFT’ CARVING. Early 20th Century. Carved and pierced in the form of two boys on a raft above waves, one steering with an oar, the other holding a lotus spray, wood stand, boxed, 10cm H, 9cm long. (3) £500 – 800 dpnmMS ƥƓoŮ=ǥǤog

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313 A CARVED AGATE ‘FLOWER’ VASE. Early 20th Century. Carved in the form of a deep flower with long overlapping petals, with attendant birds and fruits carved and pierced over the circle, wood stand, boxed, 12cm wide, 9cm H. (3) £150 – 200 dpnmMS ƥƓoŮ=ǥǤog

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314 A JADEITE FLOWER BASKET CARVING. 20th Century. Ornately carved with a dense array of flowers and lingzhi spray emerging from either side of a woven basket, the colours ranging from lavender blue through to apple green, wood stand, fitted green leather box, 16cm H. (3) Provenance: Asprey [label]. £3,000 – 5,000 dpnm ƥƓogųôǠ=Əʼn

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315 A SILHOUETTE AGATE ‘EAGLE AND LION’ SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of upright rounded square form supported on an oval footrim, carved through the deep brown and ochre skin with a design of an eagle perched on the back of a lion, stopper, 7.5cm H. (2) £500 – 800 q ǥǤo‘įƱ’fǵǷ\ 316 A SILHOUETTE AGATE ‘DU FU’ SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of upright rounded square form supported on an oval footrim, carved through the deep brown skin to depict the scholar riding on a donkey up a hill, stopper, 6cm H. £500 – 800 q ǥǤo‘IJ™’cǵǷ\ 317 A SILHOUETTE AGATE ‘DRAGON’ SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of upright oval form, carved on both sides using dark brown inclusions to depict a dragon, the head emerging from one side of the bottle and body emerging from the reverse side, lapis lazuli stopper, 6.2cm H. £600 – 800 q ǥǤofǵǷ\

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318 A SILHOUETTE AGATE ‘MONKEYS AND BUTTERFLY’ SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of flatterned upright ovoid form, carved on one side using brown inclusions to depict two monkeys seated below a butterfly in flight, 8cm H. (2) £500 – 800 q ǥǤo‘¥5§’fǵǷ\ 319 A SHADOWN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE TOGETHER WITH A DENDRITIC AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. The first of upright ovoid form, uncarved showing natural abstract inclusions, the second of upright circular form, with a cluster of fernlike inclusions, stoppers, one coral, 7cm; 8.5cm H. (4) £300 – 500 q ǥǤoǵǷ\ǟǠ

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320 A FIVE-COLOUR OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of flattened form, set with figures beneath plum blossom, the sides set with lion head ring handles, stopper, 6cm H. £400 – 600 q ǓƺǵǷ\ 321 A BLUE GROUND WHITE-OVERLAY ‘TAOTIE MASK’ SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of cylindrical form, set with a band of taotie masks enclosed by leiwen bands, a lapped band to the foot, and pendent ruyi head band below the shoulders, against the blue incised leiwan pattern ground, 7.2cm H. £200 – 300 q Ǔƺ‘’fǵǷ\ 322 AN OVERLAY BLUE ‘LUOHAN’ SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty, Tongzhi mark and of the period. The rounded circular body applied in blue glass with a wave pattern with a panel on each face, one enclosing a luohan cleaning his ear, the other stretching, incised four character Tongzhi mark to base, stopper, 7.5cm H. £600 – 800 q Ǔƺ‘Ɗ]’fǵǷ\

323 A GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of compressed pear-shaped form, carved in relief to depict two chi dragons clambering over the shoulders in their mouths a string which extends through a cash coin in the centre of the body on each face, the clear glass with a faint red hew, stopper, 5.5cm H. £300 – 500 q ƎƛǵǷ\ 324 A SEPIA OVERLAY SEAL-TYPE SNUFF BOTTLE. Yangzhou school, Qing Dynasty. Of upright rounded rectangular form, carved through sepia overlay to the milk-white ground with birds and flowers, cicada ring handles, stopper, 7.5cm H. (2) £200 – 300 q ÿƐ¡ǓƺǵǷ\ 325 A SLIP-DECORATED YIXING STONEWARE SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of hexagonal form, the six facetted panels supported by a hexagonal foot rim, decorated to the body in white slip with a watery landscape scene on one side and plum blossom on the reverse, ring handles to the shoulders, impressed seal mark to base, 6cm H. £400 – 600 q ƞƙƾƵǵǷ\ 59


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333 326 AN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of plain cylindrical form, the recessed base with a four character Qianlong mark, stopper, 5.3cm H. £400 – 600 q ǥǤǵǷ\ 327 A HAIR CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of almost globular form, the clear stone suffused with brown tourmaline crystals, stopper, 7.5cm H. £200 – 300 q ïŭǵǷ\ 328 A CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of flattened rounded form, carved in relief to depict a bird on a lotus branch on one side, and a calligraphic inscription on the reverse, 5.5cm H. £300 – 500 q ǗŭǵǷ\

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334 329 AN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of flattened circular form on a short foot, each side incised with a stylised shou character formed as confronting dragons, the sides set with mock mask ring handles, coral and jade stopper, 7.7cm H. £300 – 500 q ǥǤo‘<’“ǵǷ\ 330 λ AN IVORY SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of upright shouldered form resting on a low square base, the faces incised with stylised confronting dragons below a taotie mask, ivory stopper, 7cm H. (2) £200 – 300 q /-oǵǷ\ 331 A MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID BLACK LACQUER SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty, signed Jiang Qianli. Of flattened globular form, inlaid with a floral roundel against a diaper ground, inlaid Qianli mark to base, stopper, 7cm H. (2) £200 – 300 q ¨ś×ûǵǷ\

332 TWO GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty. The first of finely carved shouldered octagonal form with a band of pendent ruyi heads encircling the shoulders, the second basket weave bottle of upright ovoid form, the sides carved with a design of woven canework, 6.5cm; 7cm H. £300 – 500 q ƎƛǵǷ\ǟƬ 333 A COLLECTION OF FOUR SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty. Comprising a jasper snuff bottle, of upright circular form with marbled orange, red and ochre colours, an amber snuff bottle of upright rectangular form, a horn-inset Mongolian-style snuff bottle, the metal sides inlaid with turquoise stones, and an agate snuff bottle, stoppers, 9.5 – 10cm. (8) £300 – 500 q ǵǷ\ÍǠ 334 A COLLECTION OF FIVE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SNUFF BOTTLES. 6.5 – 7.5cm H. (10) £300 – 500 ǝǦǬǫǵǷ\Ǡ

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338 335 TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. The first of pentagonal form encircled by a leiwen band, the second a crystal bottle of octagonal form, each side carved as a low pyramid rising to a point in the centre within a circular panel, stoppers, 5.5cm; 6.3cm H. (4) £300 – 500 ǵǷ\ǟǠ 336 TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty. The first a moss agate bottle of upright globular form, the second a jasper snuff bottle of flattened rectangular form set with mock mask ring handles, the red stone with orange and purple bands, stoppers, one coral, 6.7 – 7.5cm H. (4) £200 – 300 q ǵǷ\ǟǠ

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339 337 TWO GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES. Of flattened circular form the foot encircled by layers of flower petals, stoppers, 6cm H. (4) £200 – 300 ƎƛǵǷ\ǟǠ 338 THREE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty Each attractively suffused with spots and banding, two with stoppers, 5 – 7.5cm. (5) £300 – 500 q ǥǤǵǷ\ǛǠ

339 THREE SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty. The crystal bottle of globular form incised to depict a scholar among rocks and beneath pines, the second a copper red and underglaze blue bottle of rectangular form, the faces painted with figurative scenes, the third a jett bottle of upright rectangular form, two with stoppers, 6.5 – 7.5cm H. (5) £300 – 500 q ǵǷ\ǛǠ 340 A COLLECTION OF REFERENCE BOOKS RELATING TO SNUFF BOTTLES. (10) £300 – 500 ǵǷ\Ʒx+}

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341 A LARGE SOAPSTONE CARVING OF AN IMMORTAL. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Carved standing on a pierced rockwork base in long flowing robes with incised decoration, with a short staff held over the left shoulder, traces of pigment and gilt, 40cm H. ÂŁ6,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8,000 qp`nm < oÇ&#x2018;c

342 A PAIR â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;SHOULAO AND DEERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; GROUP CARVINGS. Early Qing Dynasty. Each figure modelled in mirror image riding a deer with a peach supported in one hand, 10.5cm H. (2) ÂŁ400 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 600 Mq < o<Â&#x201E;Ä&#x2022;Ć&#x201A;c+; For a single carving of Shoulao riding a deer, see Martin Eberle, GĂśtter aus Stein: Die Sammlung chinesischer Specksteinfiguren auf Schloss Friedenstein Gotha, 2015, cat no 128, p 79.

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343 A CARVED SOAPSTONE FIGURE. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Seated in long flowing robes, the left hand holding a small ball and supported on the raised left knee, the right leg tucked beneath, the head turned slightly to the left, the robes incised with ruyi spray and floral patterns to the hems, heightened in gilt, traces of pigment, carved soapstone stand, 9.5cm H. (2) ÂŁ4,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6,000 qE < oc^[

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344 A SOAPSTONE CARVING OF A LADY. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Standing in long flowing robes with trailing ribbons swirling over the shoulders, a red vase supported in the right hand, the hair raised in a high bun, standing on an attached rockwork base, 35.5cm H. £3,000 – 5,000 qE < ołŃc

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345 A SOAPSTONE CARVING OF A LADY. Early Qing Dynasty. Standing on a rocky base, holding a rectangular vase in the left hand, 23.6cm H. £4,000 – 6,000 Mq < ołŃc

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346 AN EMBROIDERED SILK LADY’S PINK GROUND ROBE. Late Qing Dynasty. Embroidered with butterflies among peonies, the edges all sewn with black borders embroidered with butterflies and floral sprigs, further edged with woven ribbon with floral decoration, the borders along the sides terminating in ruyi-heads beneath the arms, 144 x 142cm. £800 – 1,200 Èq ǣǚŤg5Ċ…

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347 347 A RED GROUND BROCADED ‘ELEPHANT’ SILK PANEL. Qing Dynasty. The animal standing four-square with the head turned to the left, a vase of treasures supported on the back, surrounded by scrolling lotus spray, on a red ground, within a leiwen border, framed and glazed, 94 x 56.5cm. £600 – 800 q ƳǚŤÆç‰/fŧDZ

348 λ A PAIR OF CARVED IVORY AND AMBER MODELS OF LIU HAI. Qing Dynasty. Each figure carved in ivory in mirror image to depict the boy dressed in a loin cloth and raising a cash coin in one hand, standing raised on scrolling clouds on a rocky base, supporting the three legged toad carved from amber, all supported on stands carved and pierced as rockwork with attendant lingzhi fungus, 14cm H. (2) £600 – 800 q  !/-oD8c^[+;

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349 λ A CARVED IVORY ‘GOAT HERD’ BRUSH REST. Qing Dynasty. Carved to depict a figure between two goats beneath a pine tree, beside overhanging rocks, 9cm long. £400 – 600 q /-oí,B1ý Huang Chuping was a goat herd who together with his brother became the immortals Er Huang Jun, and the source of the phrase chi shi cheng yang (turning the stones into goats by shouting), an idiom for describing miraculous occurrences. For an ivory brush rest with a different figurative mountainous scene see Chinese Ivories from the Shang to the Qing, 1984, cat no 144, p 135. 350 A JUN-GLAZED YIXING JAR. The globular body covered in a thick lustrous glaze, Ge Mingxiang zao mark to base, 21cm H. £200 – 300 ÷ÜƾƵżůǜ(4

351 A YIXING TEAPOT AND COVER. Signed Shao Renyuan. The rounded sides carved as a gnarled trunk, with the loop handle emerging as a branch with applied plum blossom extending from it over the body, the spout as a bamboo stem with attendant leafy bamboo branches applied to the body, the cover surmounted with a well modelled ox seated with the head raised, four character Shao Renyuan zhi mark to base, 12.5cm H, 19cm wide. (2) £500 – 800 ƞƙƾƵ \ ¹²þJYQ

350 352 A YIXING TEAPOT AND COVER. Early Qing Dynasty, Of lobed globular form, the body undecorated, the spout emerging from the mouth of a mythical beast, the handle modelled with a chi dragon clambering over it, the cover with a coiled seated qilin, 12cm H, 21cm wide. (2) £500 – 800 Mq ƞƙƾƵ \

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353 A LARGE ZITAN TABLE. Qing Dynasty. The rectangular panelled top set above a short recessed waist, above an apron carved in relief with square scrolls connected by a string to a central cash coin along which are coiled two confronting dragons, all supported on four slightly splayed tapering legs terminating in horse hoof feet, 181.5 x 90.3 x 77.5cm. £10,000 – 15,000 q ƾÅ•

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354 A THANGKA DEPICTING SADAKSARI AVALOKITESHVARA. Mongolia late 19th Century-early 20th Century. 53.5 x 38cm £600 – 800 OXph / dpnmMS k )*eb

355 A THANGKA DEPICTING BUDDHA SHAKYAMUNI WITH TWO DISCIPLES. Mongolia 19th Century. 55.5 x 39.5cm £1,000 – 1,500 OXphnm k$"=deb

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356 A KESI WOVEN TEXTILE DEPICTING BUDDHA. 19th Century. 80 x 147cm. £500 – 800 phnm ‹ǦZ¿cŧDZ

357 A THANGKA DEPICTING BHAISAJYAGURU AND THE SIX BUDDHAS OF MEDICINE. 18th / 19th Century. 62 x 40.5cm. £400 – 600 qp` / phnm k7TZeb

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358 A GILT METAL REPOUSSÉ SEATED BUDDHA. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Seated with hands together on a double lotus base, 22cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 qp`nm UU:Zc

359 A GOLD AND RED LACQUERED TERRACOTTA VOTIVE PLAQUE, TSHA TSHA. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong mark and of the period. Depicting a seated Buddha on a double lotus base, inscribed on the reverse in Sanscript, Tibetan and Chinese script and with a six character Qianlong mark, 8 x 6cm. £200 – 300 qǩǭ źź>WKqǩǭRJYQ For related examples from the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum, see P. Pal, Art of Tibet - A Catalogue of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Collection, 1985, pp 252-253.

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360 A BRONZE MODEL OF PADMASAMBHAVA WITH MANDARAVA AND YESHE TSHOGYAL. Tibet, 19th Century. Cast in gilt copper with repoussé prabha, the main figure seated on a lotus emerging from a lake surrounded by mountains, holding a kapala and vajra in his hands, the mountain stand consecrated, 33.5cm H. (2) £7,000 – 8,000 phnm iZ 361 – 369 No Lots

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370 λ TWO IVORY OKIMONO STYLE NETSUKE. 19th / 20th Century. One depicting a monkey seated on a large radish looking at a mouse, the other a monkey fighting with an oni, both unsigned, 3.5cm H. (2) £150 – 200 /-ǼŶǨDZǰǧǾǽǻ /ǰǯnm

372 A MARINE IVORY NETSUKE OF ASHINAGA AND TENAGA. 19th Century. Depicting Tenaga (long arms) being carried by his companion Ashinaga (long legs) reaching down to catch a fish, signed Minkoku, 6.5cm H. £250 – 350 8/-ǼdzǴǾƫƭƭǾǹÛŬǾǽǻnm

371 λ AN IVORY NETSUKE OF SHOKI AND ONI. 19th Century. The demon queller seated on the edge of a boat looking into the sea while his attendant oni holds a sword, signed Komori Ryosei, 3.3 x 6cm. £400 – 500 /-ǼdzǴǾĒħƉ¬ǾǹXµÓNJ

373 A MARINE IVORY NETSUKE OF A FISHERMAN AND AN OCTOPUS. 19th Century. Depicting a man standing holding a leg of an octopus emerging from a basket, 5.5cm H. £200 – 300 8/-ǼdzǴǺ

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374 λ AN IVORY NETSUKE OF A SEATED POET. 19th Century. The Heian court poet, Sugawara no Michizane, clad in a karaginu and a hat, his right elbow resting on a side table, signed Yoshikido Kaishi, 4.5cm H. £400 – 600 /-ǼdzǴǺćŰaƩǺǹƲ³šǺƦnj

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381 378 λ TWO IVORY NETSUKE OF FARMERS. 19th Century. Comprising a woman seated on a log holding a pipe, signed Mitsuhiro, 3.5cm H, and a man struggling to lift a rice bale, signed Takamasa, 4.2cm H. £200 – 300 /-dzǴǺĆƃǺǹäNJǾj< 379 λ AN IVORY NETSUKE OF MASKS. 19th Century. Carved to depict a cluster of comical masks including oni, otafuku, kitsune and daruma, signed Gyokuzan, 3.5 x 2.3cm. £250 – 350 /-ǼdzǴƶǾǽǻnm

382 381 λ A NETSUKE OF A MAN ON A FISH. 19th Century. Possibly carved from animal tooth, to depict a man clambering on a large fugu fish, 2.5cm H. £200 – 300 -dzǴǺą 382 λ AN IVORY NETSUKE OF FLOUNDER. 19th Century. Comprising a lobster clutching onto a flatfish, unsigned, 5.5cm wide. £200 – 300 /-ǼdzǴǺā

380 λ AN IVORY NETSUKE OF NUTS. 19th Century. Carved as a group of chestnuts and acorns clustered together, with an attendant centipede, two nuts with an interior landscape, signed Gyokuhosai, 2.5cm H. £200 – 300 /-ǼdzǴǾǹǺlǕƸ 75


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385 A WOOD NETSUKE OF A NOH MASK, SIGNED DEME. 19th Century. The mask of a female demon, Hannya, with horns, signed Tenkaichi Deme kore tsukuru, 6cm. ÂŁ200 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 300 ǟdzǴĹ&#x2039;ƜǺǚĹ&#x20AC;ĂŽ

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388 Îť A LARGE IVORY NETSUKE OF GAMA SENNIN. 18th Century. Of triangular section, boldly carved as an immortal standing holding a small toad on his right hand while another large toad clambers on his shoulder, the details well engraved and stained, with a good dark patina at the back, 10cm H. ÂŁ3,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3,500 /-ǟdzǴĂ&#x2039;´Ç&#x2018;ǞǽÇ?nm

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389 389 Îť AN IVORY NETSUKE OF AN IMMORTAL WITH ONI. Edo period. Wearing a tiger skin cape over his robe decorated with clouds pattern, holding a branch of kaki fruit in one hand, carrying a small oni on his shoulder, engraved signature, Gyokuzan, 9cm H. ÂŁ2,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2,500 /-ǟdzǴÇ&#x2018;ǞǽÇ?nm 390 Îť AN IVORY NETSUKE OF AN IMMORTAL WITH A GOURD. 19th Century. The immortal standing and looking up, carrying a large magic gourd over his shoulders, 7.5cm H. ÂŁ800 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1,000 /-ǟdzǴÇ&#x2018;ǞǽÇ?nm 391 Îť TWO IVORY NETSUKE. 19th Century. Depicting a rat seated on a rice bale while another pokes its head through a hole, inlaid eyes and faint signature, 5cm, and an ivory netsuke of Nio and oni, 3cm. ÂŁ300 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 400 /-ǟdzǴǰǧǞǽǝnm

392 Îť A MARINE IVORY NETSUKE OF A PRIEST AND A TIGER. 19th Century. The priest seated on a rock, with one leg resting on the other knee, his pet tiger seated beside him, signed Shunkosai, 4.8cm H. ÂŁ200 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 300 8/-dzǴǺǚÇ&#x2122;Ç&#x2039;ƸǞ19nm 393 Îť AN IVORY STUDY OF DANCING GODS. 19th Century. Depicting Daikoku, Ebisu, Hotei and Jurojin from the seven lucky gods forming a circle, each holding a paintbrush in their hands, signed Ichiga, 5.2cm H. ÂŁ350 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 450 /-ǟǨǹÂ&#x2DC;ƨ Çš+Ă&#x201D;Çž19nm

394 394 Îť FOUR NETSUKE AND ONE SMALL OKIMONO. 19th / 20th Century. Three ivory and one stag-antler netsuke of various subjects, including a group of monkeys, dogs and an immortal, variously signed, and one ivory okimono/finial formed as a numerous large and small monkeys clambering over one another signed Nobukazu, 5.5cm H. (5) ÂŁ350 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 450 /-ǟdzǴ ǨǹǞǽǝ /Ç°ÇŻnm 77


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397 395 A SMALL WOOD STUDY OF A MONKEY. 19th / 20th Century. Seated holding a nut in his hands, the eyes inlaid in horn, the hair finely engraved, with a signature, Masanao, 4cm H. £150 – 200 ǼǨDZŶǾǽǻ /ǰǯnm 396 λ AN UNUSUAL IVORY INRO WITH EROTIC NETSUKE. Meiji period. The two-case inro incised with a flowers and bamboo design, signed Chosui saku, the top and bottom compartments opening to reveal two small erotic carvings, 7.5cm. £1,000 – 1,200 /-Ǽǔ¤ǾǙǮdzǴǾPDzǸǶ

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397 AN IVORY MODEL OF A SKULL. 19th / 20th Century. Well carved with a toad and a snail sprawling on the crown and a small frog climbing at the bottom of a skull, the eyes of the toad inlaid with horns, 5.5cm H. £500 – 800 /-ǼǨDZĺğǾǽǻ /ǰǯnm 398 λ AN IVORY AND BONE OKIMONO OF A HOUSE. 19th / 20th Century. Formed as a well modelled thatched hut beside a gnarled pine tree, signed on the base, Ichiryusai Seigyoku, 11cm H. £300 – 400 /-ǾƂ|½ǨDZǾǹ+–ƸŪlǾǽǻ /ǰǯnm

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399 λ AN IVORY FIGURE OF A CORMORANT FISHERMAN Meiji period. The sectional okimono of a man standing wearing a straw apron, with a cormorant perched on his fist, a basket and his catch hung at his waist, signed Shizuyuki, 23.5cm. £400 – 500 /-ǼǨDZŚ7ǾPDzǸǶ 400 λ THREE IVORY OKIMONO. 19th / 20th Century. The first depicting an immortal seated on the head of a giant carp rearing from the waves, signed Togetsu, 20cm H, the second a standing beauty in kimono with a shamisen signed Funefumi, 18.5cm H., and the third a farmer wearing a straw hat, 16.5cm H. (3) £400 – 500 /-ǼǨDZǛǧǾǽǻ ǰǯnm 401 λ AN IVORY OKIMONO OF A MAN EATING. Meiji period. Seated at a low table, holding a sake cup, a hibachi at his side, signed Jyakushu, 8cm H. £800 – 900 /-ǼǨDZǾð”ǾǹŪſǺPDzǸǶ 401

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402 Îť A FINE IVORY OKIMONO OF A FARMER. Meiji period. The figure bending his left knee and slightly leaning forward as he carries a large basket on his back, a small lunch box hanging from his belt, a gourd water bottle slung from the cord on his shoulder, his jacket engraved with a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;roof tileâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; design, signed Mitsuyoshi, 21cm H. ÂŁ1,500 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2,000    j3 403 Îť A PAIR OF IVORY BRUSH POTS. Meiji period. Finely carved in low relief with pine trees, plum blossoms, and chrysanthemums amongst clouds, with wood stands decorated with gold lacquer arabesque pattern, 20cm H. (2) ÂŁ400 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 500 /-Çź1Ćź+ÇĄÇžPDzǸǜ 403 80

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404 404 λ A SHIBAYAMA VASE AND COVER ON A STAND. Meiji period. Inlaid in mother-of pearl and coloured ivory with flying butterflies over flowers in a basket, the other side also similarly decorated with flowers against a bamboo fence, the cover surmounted by a carved ivory monkey examining a netsuke through a magnifying glass, signed in inlaid panel, Masayasu, with a stand 38cm H. £2,500 – 3,500 ' dž/-\ǾPDzǸǶ 405 λ A SHIBAYAMA STYLE-CAPARISONED ELEPHANT. Meiji period. Standing four-square supporting a lotus finial surmounted by a glass ball, wearing an ornate harness inlaid in mother-of pearl, coloured ivory, and coral, the sides hung with tasselled panels decorated with mother-of-pearl flowers, signed Masayuki, 23.5cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 Ų dž/ǨDZǾǹNJ¢

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406 A CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF A SAGE. 20th Century. Wearing a head scarf over his long robe, holding his stuff in one hand, a sprig of chrysanthemum on the other, illegible signature to base, 56cm H. ÂŁ600 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 800 ǟǟFÇžÇ&#x2018;Ǟǰǯnm 407 A WOOD CARVING OF A SEATED MAN. Edo period. Possibly a portrait of a poet, wearing a zukin on his head, his eyes closed in meditation, 15cm H. ÂŁ200 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 300 ǟ cÇžÇ&#x2039;Ç&#x2C6;Ǹǜ Sold with the original invoice from S. Hayashi, Kyoto in 1935. 406

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408 A LACQUER BUNDAI. Circle of Shibata Zeshin, 20th Century. A square low writing table, supported by bracket shaped feet, the top panel decorated with Daikoku loading a rice-bale on a horse, in various coloured lacquer and gold speckles on the dark blue seido-nuri ground, signed Zeshin with a red seal mark, Taikyoi, with a fitted wooden box, 33 x 60.5 x 10.5cm. (2) Exhibited: Mishima Taisha, Shizuoka, Japan, Tokubetsuten, Bakumatsuki makie kaiga no waza, Shibata Zeshin, 1998. Published: Ryokusho vol. 25, the special edition, Makie p 25. ÂŁ400 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 600 ĆĄÇŞĹ&#x2C6;Ă&#x2021;ǞǚžƊ Shibata Zeshin (1807 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1891), is regarded as one of the pioneers among Japanese lacquer artists in the 19th century, reinvented the surface decoration techniques with texture assimilating natural objects, such as bronze and stone that had traditionally been used to coat samurai sword scabbards. Zeshin and his pupils used the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;gritty coating methodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; achieved by mixing metal or charcoal powders with lacquer, to decorate everyday objects such as inro and stationery boxes. Such work became popular amongst sophisticated townsmen during the Edo period.

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409 A RARE LACQUERED GOURD DINNER SERVICE, BY UMEZAWA RYUSHIN. Circa 1910. Comprising five trays, five rice bowls, five soup bowls, ten mukozuke, five shoyu-ire, five hashioki, five sake cups, one sake ewer, one teapot, three further sake cups on a stand and a large sweet bowl. The trays are finely decorated with flowering vines and fruits in hiramaki-e in gold and coloured lacquer on seido-nuri ground, a kashiki with autumn flowers in hiramaki-e, two wooden storage boxes. (46) £3,000 – 4,000 èóJƦ ·ěĝĞǾǹǭƩ Umezawa Ryushin (1807 -1891), the third son of Shibata Zeshin, studied maki-e under Ikeda Taishin (1825 – 1903). The gourd is a symbol of good fortune and health. Dried and lacquered gourds are often displayed at shrines and houses in order to exorcise evil spirits. This dinner service is likely being commissioned to entertain important guests for a tea ceremony dinner.

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411 410 λ A SOMADA STYLE LACQUER JUBAKO, BY ZOHIKO. Circa 1900. The two-tiered food container in the mitsuya (three arrows) shape, the cover decorated with landscapes with a bridge, a pagoda and a lantern, the inner tray with a lantern hanging from a flowering cherry tree, in gold hiramaki-e, kirigane and aogai inlay, the sides with geometric design, with a seal mark Zohiko on the base, a fitted storage box, 9cm H. (2) £1,500 – 2,000 ơǪžƝǾǹ/ÐǾ20nm 411 A LACQUERED BRUSH POT. 19th Century. In the form of a bamboo section, in gold hiramaki-e and kirigane on a roiro ground, with bamboo leaves, the interior painted in brown lacquer, 15.5cm H. £350 – 500 ơǪ1Ƽ

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412 A BRONZE BOX AND COVER. 19th Century. The rectangular box with silver interior, the cover chiseled and inlaid with a roaring tiger against the wind under a pine tree, signed [Hideaki] Shumei, the base signed Kinkoku Goro San saku, 7 x 9.4 x 4.5cm. £200 – 300 iJ/ƮƝǾǹſPǾUŬƇǛƇǾǽǻ nm 413 AN INLAID BRONZE BOX AND COVER. 19th Century. The cover elegantly decorated with a butterfly and chrysanthemums inlaid in silver, gilt and soft metals, 6cm wide. £250 – 300 iJ/ƮƝǾǽǻnm 414 A BRONZE VASE WITH IRIS. Meiji period. Worked in takazogan, with silver, shakudo and gilt with flowering irises against a reddishbrown ground, unsigned, 20.5cm H. £500 – 600 iJ/\ǾPDzǸǶ

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415 A PAIR OF LARGE BRONZE VASES. Meiji period. Of ovoid form supported by three scroll-form feet, worked in iroe-takazogan with birds amongst flowering cherry tree and chrysanthemums, unsigned, 28.5cm. (2) £800 – 1,000 iJ/\+ǡǾPDzǸǶ

416 A PAIR OF BRONZE-INLAID VASES, BY INOUE. Meiji period. Of slender body and flared neck, elegantly engraved and inlaid with soft metals including silver, sentoku and gilt, with butterflies and birds amongst a flowering exotic fruit tree, with a seal mark, Inoue sei, 22cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 /iǒ\+ǡǾǹū¸JǾPDzǸǶ

417 A PAIR OF BRONZE-INLAID VASES, BY YOSHIMICHI. Meiji period. Heavily cast and richly decorated with birds flying over flowering peonies in engraved and inlaid details in silver, copper, sentoku and gilt, with a silvered rim, signed Kyoto Yoshimichi, 24cm H. £2,500 – 3,500 /iǒ\+ǡǾǹƠƔ‚aǾPDzǸǶ

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418 A PAIR OF BRONZE-INLAID VASES, BY YOSHIDA YASUBEI. Meiji period. Chiseled and inlaid with biwa (loquat) tree and Chinese bellflowers in silver, copper and gilt, signed Nippon Seikyo Yoshida Yasubei, 27.5cm H. £2,500 – 3,000 /iǒ\+ǡǺǹŒǁƠƲƑúĿã ǾPDzǸǶ

419 A PAIR OF FINE BRONZE-INLAID VASES. Meiji period. Each of ovoid form with a narrow neck, decorated in takazogan with a cockerel and bamboo in silver, sentoku, rogin and gilt, signed Tsunemitsu, 17cm H. £3,000 – 3,500 /iǒ\+ǡǺǹĻjǾPDzǸǶ

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420 λ A SILVER AND SHIBAYAMA VASE AND COVER. Meiji period. The silver body decorated with two ivory panels inlaid with birds and flowers motif in Shibayama style, the sides with ‘dragon’ handles, and the cover surmounted by a quail’s finial, 19.5cm. £4,000 – 5,000 #JŲ dž\ǾPDzǸǶ

421 A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES. 19th / 20th Century. Delicately worked in the musen and shosen enamel techniques, with landscape with river on a grey ground,18cm H. (2) £1,000 – 1,200 TǕg+ǡǾPDzǸǶ

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422 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES, BY GONDA. Meiji period. Worked in copper wire and enamels, with a heron beside an iris flower, with an impressed mark, Gonda Hirosuke. £600 – 800 TǕ\ǾǔĚƑǾPDzǸǶ

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423 A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES. Meiji period. Each of a rounded hexagonal body, decorated with flying sparrows amongst flowering cherry tree and chrysanthemums against midnight blue, with a seal mark Hayashi Chuzo, 24cm H. £800 – 1,200 TǕƴ\+ǡǾǔÑ »ǾPDzǸǶ

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424 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE. Meiji period. Delicately worked in silver and copper wire with a flying kingfisher under a red maple tree against a black ground, 24.5cm H. £1,200 – 1,600 TǕ\ǾPDzǸǶ 425 A GIN-BARI VASE. Meiji period. Of ovoid form, carved and enamelled with two large and one small carp swimming amongst water plants, with an ‘Mokyugyo’ impressed mark, 24cm H. £600 – 800 #ĄTǕ\ǾPDzǸǶ

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427 A KOMAI STYLE IRON DISH. Meiji period. Inlaid with gold and silver wires on an iron base, intricately decorated with autumn flowers and a butterfly in the wind-mill shape panels reserved in geometric patterns, the outer edge with floral pattern, 25.5cm diameter. £800 – 1,200 ēūdžƢJžǾPDzǸǶ 428 A FINE BRONZE FIGURE OF AN ARCHER. Meiji period. Clad in hakama decorated with mon in gilt, the figure leaning back slightly and looking to his left, drawing his bow, a tachi hanging from his waist and a wakizashi tucked under his belt, with a seal mark, Kuroda, affixed to a carved wood base, the figure 53cm H. £3,000 – 4,000 iJǨDZ°ōǾǹŊƑǾPDzǸǶ 427 89


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432 429 A BRONZE INCENSE BURNER. Circa 1920. In the form of a komainu, a temple guardian dog, with its mouth open, patinated in rich brown colour, signed Tatsugen, with a wooden storage box, 26cm H. (2) £800 – 1,000 iJĎŕ.áÖǾǹǺļÕǾǰǯnm 430 A RUSSET IRON HELMET BOWL. 19th Century. Twelve plates rounded boshi, the front and two back plates with spike rivets, fitted with a wide petal shaped mabisashi, a hoshi and shikoro missing, 15 x 28cm. £450 – 500 ƢŨǚJİñǾNjLjǸǶ 90

431 A RUSSET IRON MEMPO. Edo period. The face guard of ryubu type with moustache, with a removable nose, ear panels pierced with a cherry blossom, the upper lip and teeth painted in red and black lacquer, the interior worked in red lacquer, a yodarekake of black lacquered iron with blue lace, 20cm. £1,500 – 2,000 ƢŨǚǭ¼ƶøǾNjLjǸǶ 432 A SET OF THREE ARROWHEADS. 19th Century. Comprising a togariya with gold leaf decoration, a yanagiba with pierced cherry blossom pattern, and a karimata type, 24 – 26.5cm, (3) £450 – 500 Ĝ±ƄǧǾǽǻnm *See page two for information regarding fees


433 A WAKIZASHI. Edo period, circa 1800. The Mino-den blade with suguha hamon, suriage nakago unsigned, mounted in black lacquer saya decorated with wave patterns, with fittings including menuki, fuchikashira and kozuka signed Tamba no kami Yoshimichi, nagasa, 46.8cm. £250 – 350 ƁĖŏÙĹǾNjLjǸǶ

434 A KATANA SIGNED TSUNAHIRO. Blade; late Muromachi / early Edo period. Military mounts. The blade with Toran midare hamon, with a groove, o-suriage nakago signed Soshu ju Tsunahiro, the saya re-mounted during World War II, nagasa, 68cm. £1,000 – 1,200 ĦǹuǾNjLjǸǶCS

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436 435 A LARGE IMARI CHARGER. 17th Century. Decorated in underglaze-blue, iron-red, black enamels and gilding, with cherry blossom beneath a curtain within long-tailed birds and chrysanthemums, reserved on peonies, 55cm diameter. £2,000 – 2,500 ţœƌƴK\ǾǽƆnm 436 A PAIR OF IMARI BOTTLES. 17th / 18th Century. Of square form with canted shoulders, painted in underglaze-blue, various enamels and gilding with a waterfall in a landscape on the bottom left, a dragon amongst clouds at the top right, divided by a diagonal band decorated with karakusa pattern, alternately reserved on a panel of kiku, the shoulders with floral panels, 21cm H. (2) £500 – 700 ţœƌşƜ+ǡǾǽƆ /ǽǍnm

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437 A SATSUMA EARTHENWARE VASE BY KINKOZAN. Meiji period. Of ovoid form decorated in enamels and gilding with two panels, delicately illustrated, a group of women choosing their new kimono, a procession of samurai escorting a palanquin, both reserved on maple leaf patterns on a brown ground, impressed Kinkozan zo mark to the base, 24cm H. £400 – 600 ŠŻƴ\ǺǹǞj ǺPDzǸǶ 438 AN EARTHENWARE BOTTLE VASE. 19th / 20th Century. Of bulbous shape supported by three low feet, richly decorated in various enamels with spring flowers, with a stopper with a knop in the form of chrysanthemums bud, an indistinct stamp mark on the base, 20cm H. £400 – 500 ŠŻƴǾşƜċǽǻ /ǰǯnm *See page two for information regarding fees


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441 (part) 439 A SET OF SIX PAINTINGS. Meiji period. Ink and colour on silk, each depicted humorously with a god of weather above the clouds, causing a mishap on humans below, framed and glazed, 107 x 41cm, the frame 132 x 63.5cm. £400 – 600 ņƨǾƋƨǖƻƅǧǾǽǻ /ǰǯnm 440 HIGUCHI TANGETSU (1821 – 1896). Ink, colour and gofun on silk, depicting travellers and woodcutters on the mountain path amid flowering cherry trees, a river with waterfall in the middle ground, signed Tangetsusai Moriyasu hitsu, with cloisonné scroll-ends, and a fitted box, 69.5 x 163.5cm. (2) £800 – 1,000 LJǂǀǾǹÄzǾǽǻnm

441 HARA ZAIMEI (1778 – 1844). Ink, colour and gofun on silk, depicting a panoramic view of mountains around Kyoto with numerous temples, shrines, villages, and fields with glimpses of tiny figures, the location’s names in gold ink, mounted as a handscroll, signed Zaimei Shasho, with two seals, Shitoku and Zaimei, 33 x 788cm. £400 – 500 ǪřDZǺƠƔŽ‘ ǖǺǹǺwP Hara school founded by Hara Zaichu (1750 – 1837) thrived under the patronage of numerous temples and the imperial palace in Kyoto, but their paintings are rare to the public. Zaimei was the second son of Zaichu, and under his directorship, the school became the official atelier attached to the Kasuga shrine in Nara.

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442 A SIX-FOLD SCREEN. 19th Century. Boldly painted in ink, colour and gofun on a silver/copper coloured ground, with the red sun beyond breaking waves, 173 x 375cm. £3,000 – 4,000 ƹàæņǾǽǻnm 443 TWO PANELS OF PAINTINGS. 19th / 20th Century. Each mounted with a painting of Chinese children (karako), the first depicting a young girl carrying a baby on her back while another boy playing with a puppy, the second, a boy pressing down his uchiwa on the ground, from which a butterfly escaped, with two seals, 128 x 53.5cm, the panel 91 x 173cm. (2) £300 – 400 enjǖǾǽǻ/ǰǯnm 444 NAKAHARA NANTENBO (1839 – 1925) Calligraphy mounted as a hanging scroll, to inscribe in two strokes with an evocative zen poem, ‘The faraway mountain, infinite blue sky become clear’, signed Nantembo hachijyugo-o (eighty-five years old man, Nantempo) with two seals, Hakugaikutsu, and Toju, 133 x 31cm. Provenance: Acquired from Beurdeley & Cie, Paris. £600 – 800 LJǀǺ®Ű ìƒĀ +ÞƷ

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445 A PAINTING OF IRISES. Signed Koho (Yamashita Koho), 20th Century. Ink, colour on silk, mounted as a hanging scroll, signed Koho with a seal, 110 x 42cm. £200 – 300 LJǂǀǾŵŝǖǹƳöǾ20nm 446 A PAINTING OF IRISES. 19th / 20th Century. A hanging scroll mounted with a painting of a sprig of iris in ink and colour on paper, signed Hokugai, 101.5 x 23.5.cm, and a role of obi brocade, woven with floral pattern in silver and brown silk threads, (2) £150 – 200 LJǂǀ ŵŝǖǽǻ/ǰǯnm

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449 A LARGE GROUP OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS ON KIMONO DESIGNS, KATAGAMI AND TWO PAINTINGS. 20th Century. Including thirty-seven prints of zuan by Sugimura Kozan and others, published by Happodo, a group of stencils paper for printing fabric, miscellaneous prints and two paintings including one mounted as a hanging scroll, various sizes. (qty) ÂŁ150 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 200 ƧǎÇ&#x2013;ßǞ.vÄ&#x201D;Ć?Ćť 450 FOUR ALBUMS OF PRINTS. 20th Century. From the series â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Shumi no miyako meishoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, (Famous places, products of Kyoto), published by Unseido, dated Showa 10 (1935), each containing five woodblock prints. (4) ÂŁ200 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 300 Ç&#x17E;ÇŞÇŽÇ?ÇşĂ&#x;Ă&#x17D;Ć?Ć&#x201D;Ă?Ă&#x160;

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451 AN ALBUM OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS. 20th Century. Orihon mounted with fifteen double-page illustrations of Japanese musical instruments, entitled â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Gakki Shusuiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; designed by Takeshita Kincho, published by Uchida Bijyutsu Kyoto, dated Showa 4 (1929). ÂŁ200 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 300 Ç&#x17E;ÇŞÇŽÇ?ÇşĹ&#x2014;Ç&#x2019;yÂŁ 452 TWO ALBUMS OF BUNRAKU PRINTS. 20th Century. Each containing twenty-four oban woodblock prints of Bunraku puppets including some stage set designs, signed Konobu (1914 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1999). ÂŁ200 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 300 Ç&#x17E;ÇŞÇŽÇ?ÇşĹ&#x2C6;Ĺ&#x2014;Ĺ&#x2021;ǎǺƎü

453 (part) 447 AN EMBROIDERED PANEL. 19th Century. Embroidered in silk thread on a velvet panel of geometric pattern in green and purple, with cockerels, hens and chicks on the field, the wings of the birds worked on a padded paper, the reverse lined with cotton cloth printed with floral designs, silk brocade edges, 64.5 x 304cm. ÂŁ400 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 500 ÄĄÂ&#x2C6;ÄžÇ&#x2021;Ç&#x201A;Ǟǽǝnm 454 (part)

448 A GROUP OF EIGHT ILLUSTRATED BOOKS. Including four volumes of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Shuga hyakudaiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; by Kawabata Gyokusho, woodblock printed in colour, one volume of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Ehon Uguisuyado, Umeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; by Tachibana Morikuni, one volume of Joryuri songs, and two volumes of the Sosho writings. (8) ÂŁ250 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 350 ĹąÇ Ç?Ĺ&#x201E;

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455 A GROUP OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS. 19th Century. Comprising twelve oban woodblock prints including two triptychs of beauties by Toyokuni and Eizan, two prints by Shuntei, entitled Shoshu Enoshima, one kabuki print by Yoshi’iku; and one reproduction print after Hokusai. (13) £150 – 200 ǞǪ12ǧǾǽǻnm 456 TOSHIKATA AND OTHERS. 19th Century. Comprising six prints from the series Sanju Rokkasen (Thirty-six selected beauties) by Toshikata, five further prints by Hideharu, Miyagawa Shuntei, Chikanobu and others. (11) £200 – 300 ǞǪǽǽƗǾǽǻnm 457 KIYOCHIKA AND OTHERS. 19th Century. One framed triptych by Kiyochika, showing the poetess Murasaki Shikibu holding a fan, three oban prints of kabuki actors by Utagawa school artist. (4) £200 – 300 ǞǪďǧǾǽǻnm 458 A GROUP OF KABUKI PRINTS. 19th Century. Oban tata-e, by Kunisada, Kunichika and others, each showing actors in their roles. (10) £150 – 200 ¶{†tǞǪǽǯǧǾǽǻnm 459 AN ALBUM OF SHUNGA PAINTINGS. 19th / 20th Century. Mounted with 24 double-page paintings in ink, colour and gofun on paper, each with lovers making love, entitled on the cover ‘Koshiba no uragakicho’ painted by Kiyomitsu, 34 x 28.5cm. £250 – 350 ǙǮǮǐǾǽǻ/ǰǯnm

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460 AN ALBUM OF SHUNGA PAINTINGS. 19th / 20th Century. Mounted with twelve erotic paintings in ink, colour and gofun on silk, each 18 x 23cm, the album 27.5 x 35cm. £200 – 300 ǙǮǮǐǾǽǻ/ǰǯnm 461 A SHUNGA HAND-SCROLL. 20th Century. Mounted with twelve shunga paintings in ink and colour on silk, each showing a couple in an erotic scene, unsigned, each painting 18 x 24cm. £200 – 250 ǙǮřDZǾǰǯnm 462 THREE VOLUMES OF SHUNGA BOOKS. 19th Century. The frontispiece given the title, Kari makura ukina no adanami, (a fuss over a little nap in the floating world) by Utagawa Kunisada II (1823 – 1880), each with four double pages including double fold-out pages and one single colour illustration of erotic scenes, and 10-12 pages of text, signed Bukiyo Matabei (nom-de-plume of Kunisada II) on the screen in the picture, each 23 x 15.2cm. (3) £250 – 350 ǙǮǁ3ńǺ«Ī2n 463 A QUANTITY OF REFERENCE BOOKS ON JAPANESE ART AND VINTAGE POSTCARDS. Including: Nihon shoka daijiten, (The dictionary of Japanese painters), published Taisho 2 (1913), Bowes, Japanese Makers and Seals, 1882, Humbert, Manners and Customs of the Japanese, Strange, the colour prints of Hiroshige, Mitchener, Japanese prints, Juzo Suzuki, Hiroshige, Jacob Pins, The Japanese Pillar Prints, Hilliers, the uninhibited brush, eleven volumes from the series Ukiyo-e Taikei, and an album containing numerous vintage postcards. (approx. 200) £200 – 300 ŒǁƁâĸ‡Ʒ, ǪŖƷƻ

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468 464 DUNHUANG ART RELICS COLLECTED IN THE STATE HERMITAGE. 1997-98. I: Dunhuang Textiles, by Lubo Lesnichenko. II: Dunhuang Art Relics collected in the State Hermitage Museum of Russia. Shanghai: Shanghai Chinese Classics Publishing House, 2 volumes, p.83, 111 colour plates; 229, 137 colour plates, with numerous illustrations, slipcases, 46 x 28cm. (2) £3,000 – 5,000 ǫƨ – ǘ į¹ėÿƂĘ·¢ĠŁǤoŻ»LýéŽİ 465 HISTORY OF KOREAN ART. 1929. London; Edward Goldston, by Andreas Eckardt, bound in cloth, 29 x 22cm. £200 – 300 ǫǢ įědýéŽİ

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466 A CARVED WOOD ‘BOOK’ PRESENTATION BIBLE BOX. 1935. Carved to simulate a traditionally bound Chinese book, the hinged lid inscribed with a dedication to Dr. Zhen Bo-Shi, presented by the Alumni association of Canton Union Theological College, with a poetic couplet in gilt seal script, dated by inscription to 26th year of the Republic corresponding to 6 March 1935, 23.7x31.2x6.5cm. £300 – 500 ǫǡƧ ǗǧĔwœƎ 467 A COLLECITON OF REFERENCE BOOKS RELATING TO JADE. Including The Complete Collection of Jades Unearthed in China, 2017, 15 volumes. (26) £400 – 600 ǙƗœHǫƻ 468 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY ESKENAZI CATALOGUES. (20) £200 – 300 •ÿ@Ibǟ[ǫƻ

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469 THE FAR EAST. A MONTHLY JOURNAL WITH PHOTOGRAPHS. October, 1877. Shanghai, by J.R Black, new series volume 3. No 4, pp [ii], [73]-74, 89-94, illustrated with 2 (of 6) albumen prints, lacking 7 leaves, 22 x 28cm £400 – 600 ǫǘƨƨŅÜġį‚ƘÜġİ 470 SIX PHOTOGRAPHS OF VIEWS OF CHINA. 19th Century. Including works by William Pryor Floyd (1834 – 1900), Lai Fong (Afong Studio) and Thomas Child, various sizes. (6) £300 – 500  ŽƂĖÕŀ

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471 SIX PHOTOGRAPHS OF HONG KONG VIEWS. 19th Century. Various sizes including Lai Fong (Afong Studio), various sizes. (6) £300 – 500  ê9ĖÕŀ 472 A WOOD CHESS SET. 19th / 20th Century. The counters of octagonal form, with two folding boards bound in blue cloth. 5cm diameter. (qty) £200 – 300  / Ǣ ǁåǫƻǓåłnj= 473 THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTED BUDDHIST TEXTS. Ming Dynasty. (3) £1,000 – 2,000 Nj ŻǕǗ±ų€òÉǡ©

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SNUFF BOTTLES FROM AN ENGLISH PRIVATE COLLECTION (lots 474 – 482)

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474 A FOUR-COLOUR OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of upright rectangular form, decorated with opaque blue, yellow, green and pink glass to depict a bird on flowering branches, stopper, 7.5cm H. (2) £300 – 500 Ǭ ĹŰLjǎǜƖǚ

477 TWO OVERLAY RED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty. One carved through the red glass as a clambering chi dragon on a translucent ground, the other of flattened olive shape carved to depict lotus plants on a transparent ground, stoppers, 7.5cm H. (4) £400 – 600 Ǭ ĹŰLjǎǜnjǚ

475 A ‘REALGAR’ GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of shouldered ovoid form, with mottled bright-red and yellow markings and diagonal stripes on an orange ground, 7.2cm H. £250 – 300 Ǭ yŲLjǎǜ

478 TWO BLUE AND WHITE SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty. Each of cylindrical form and decorated with an exterior figurative scene, one with stopper, 8cm H. (3) £200 – 300 Ǭ ǣǦLjǎǜnjǚ

476 A WHITE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of rectangular form raised on a rectangular foot rim, the sides set with lion head mask ring handles, stopper, 6.4cm H. (2) £500 – 800 Ǭ ƱǙǧLjǎǜ

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481 479 THREE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty. Stoppers, 6.5 – 7.5cm H. (6) £300 – 500 Ǭ şţLjǎǜǡǚ 480 THREE INSIDE-PAINTED SNUFF BOTTLES. Qing Dynasty. Variously decorated to depict a scholar with attendant beneath a pine tree, and two landscape scenes, stoppers, 6.8 – 8.2cm H. (6) £500 – 800 Ǭ ŏŭĈĽLjǎǜǡǚ 481 AN AMETHYST SNUFF BOTTLE TOGETHER WITH A ROCK CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Stoppers, 7.2cm H. (4) £300 – 500 Ǭ ǂBLjǎǜnjǚ

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482 482 TWO SKIN-CARVED AGATE SNUFF BOTTLES. 19th / 20th Century. The first of upright form on an oval foot, carved in include the brown inclusions to depict monkeys clambering over a fruiting peach tree, the other of flattened rectangular form carved to depict a scholar beneath a pine tree, one with stopper, 5.5cm; 9cm H. (3) £400 – 600  / Ǣ şţLjǎǜnjǚ 483 A JADEITE SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Of slender upright ovoid form, the body of icy pale apple green with bright green inclusions, 5.5cm H. £200 – 300 Ǭ ƪDžLjǎǜ

484 AN INSIDE-PAINTING SNUFF BOTTLE DEPICITING KANG YOUWEI. Signed Ma Xiaoxuan. Of tall upright ovoid form, painted in sepia, stopper, offered together with an agate snuff bottle, 4cm H. (3) £200 – 300 ŏŭĈĽ‘Ǎr´’Ljǎǜ 485 A CARVED CINNABAR LACQUER SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty. Deeply carved to each side with a garden scene of figures under pines, encircled by ruyi head and floral bands, four character Qianlong mark to base, stopper, 7cm H. (2) £300 – 500 Ǭ ŹƶLjǎǜ 486 λ FIVE SNUFF BOTTLES. 19th / 20th Century. Comprising four agate bottles, and one inside-painted snuff bottle depicting a landscape scene, various sizes. (10) £200 – 300  / Ǣ LjǎǜƧǚ

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487 A FAMILLE ROSE BELT HOOK. Qing Dynasty. A mythical beast head forming the hook, the body decorated with bats, peaches and foliage, on a pink ground, 8cm long. £500 – 800 Ǭ ǞǪƁƅ 488 A CARVED JADEITE BELT HOOK. Qing Dynasty. With a double-horned dragon head terminal, 10cm long. £300 – 500 Ǭ ƪDžƁƅ 488a A CARVED JADE ‘DRAGON’ BELT HOOK. Qing Dynasty. Carved in the form of an archaistic dragon, the head forming the hook, facing a younger chilong clambering on the arched shaft, 12cm long. £500 – 800 … j}lyeh 489 A CARVED JADEITE ‘DRAGON’ BELT HOOK. Qing Dynasty. Carved in the form of an archaistic dragon, the head forming the hook, facing a younger chilong clambering on the arched shaft, 8cm long. £1,500 – 2,000 Ǭ ƪDžǧ‘|Ƌ¯ǔ’Ɓƅ

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490 TWO SOAPSTONE CARVINGS. Qing Dynasty, or later. Each seated in flowing robes, the incised hems heightened in gilt, with one knee raised, a fly wisp held in one hand, with an incised Shangjun mark to base, 5cm H. (2) £300 – 500 ǬƐƆǒ ūƹƾǧnjǚŗŧ AŕŘ 491 A SEATED SOAPSTONE FIGURE. Qing Dynasty, or later. Seated with the eyes downcast in meditation, the right knee raise, wood stand, 7.5cm H. (2) £1,500 – 2,000 ǬƐƆǒ ūƹƾǧǠǤſ 492 A SOAPSTONE GUI, AND COVER. Qing Dynasty. The rounded body supported on three lion feet emerging from masks, the body incised with phoenixes and set with masks, with two loop handles emerging from dragon heads and suspending rings, 8cm H. (2) £500 – 800 Ǭ ūƹƾǧhƼǖ

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493 A FAMILLE VERTE BISCUIT FIGURATIVE GROUP, TOGETHER WITH A BISCUIT STANDING LION. Mid Qing Dynasty. 3cm H. (2) £400 – 600 [ |€tzm z 494 TWO AGATE CARVINGS OF LIUHAI. 19th / 20th Century. The smiling boys standing with stringed cash coins, one holding a lotus stem, above a three legged toad, 5cm H; 5.5cm H. (2) £1,200 – 1,800  / Ǣ şţǧĉģnjǚ 495 A CARVED LAPIS LAZULI VASE AND COVER. 20th Century. Of rectangular baluster form, carved and pierced in high relief with Buddhist lion dogs clambering over the vase and cover chasing ribboned balls, 25.5cm H. (2) £300 – 500 Ǣ ǣǛƾǧǖǥ 496 λ A GROUP OF SMALL CORAL CARVINGS. Early 20th Century. Variously carved as animals and figures, 1.5 – 4.5cm H. (13) £600 – 800 ~„‚ci #!}ƒ„|r

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497 TWO JADE HAIRPINS. 12.5cm; 14cm long. £100 – 200 Ǚǧignjƃ 498 TWO CARVED JADE ‘LION’ PENDANTS. 6 x 3.5cm. (2) £100 – 200 ǙǧřǨŠŦ 499 A CARVED JADE ‘FINGER CITRON’ CARVING. 3cm long. £100 – 200 ǙǧƔ: 500 AN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE TOGETHER WITH A JADE BELT SLIDE. 7.5cm long. (2) £400 – 600 şţLjǎǜǓǙƁƅ 501 A JADEITE ARCHER’S RING TOGETHER WITH A TIGER EYE ARCHER’S RING. 3cm H. (2) £80 – 120 ǙØüǓMtØü

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502 A PAIR OF FAMILLE VERTE DOUBLE GOURD VASES. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The flattened body decorated with a figurative scene on each side, rising to a double-lobed upper section with vertical ribbing in simulation of bamboo, 20.5cm H. (2) ÂŁ1,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1,200 ÇŹ Ć§ÇŞÇŠÇ Ç¤Ç&#x;ħÄ&#x20AC;§ǼǍÇ? 503 A PAIR OF GILT- DECORATED MONOCHROME BLACK VASES. Qing Dynasty, Guangxu mark and of the period. Each of slender pear-shaped form, each decorated in gilt as a dragon and phoenix among clouds and flames above waves, wood stands, 10.5cm H. (4) ÂŁ500 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 800 Â&#x2026;8 _xY2dBÂ&#x192;v

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504 TWO RED-ENAMELLED BLUE AND WHITE VASES. Transitional era. Of pear-shaped form decorated with lotus scroll, 18.5cm H. (2) ÂŁ300 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 500 Ç&#x2039;Ă&#x2019;ÇŹÄ&#x2122; ÇŁÇŚÂ&#x2013;ƜǼǍÇ? 505 A PAIR OF â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;SEVEN SAGES OF THE BAMBOO GROVEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; VASES. Late Qing Dynasty. The rounded sides rising to an onion neck, the shoulders set with slip-decorated lion and ring handles, the crackle glaze enamelled with scenes of scholars viewing scrolls and engaged in other pursuits among bamboo, 18cm H. (2) ÂŁ600 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 800 ÇŹÇ&#x2019;Ć&#x2030; ÇŠâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;ĹŹƨġâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ç&#x;Ć&#x2019;ƿƽǍÇ?

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506 A PAIR OF MOTHER-OF-PEARL-INLAID WALL VASES. Qing Dynasty. Carved and pierced to depict two birds on a flowering branch, 27.5 x 15.5cm. (2) £400 – 600 Ǭ żŵÐĵǥǫǝ 507 A PAIR OF BLUE-ENAMELLED WALL VASES. 20th Century. Of baluster form, decorated in thick blue enamels with seals within a decorative border, 17.8 x 8.8cm. (2) £500 – 800 Ǣ ƱǕƭǪÐĵǥǫǝ

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508 A PAIR OF ‘ZHONG KUI’ VASES. 20th Century. The wide shouldered vases rising to a garlic neck, 14cm H. (2) £400 – 600 Ǣ ðˆǥǫǝ 509 A PAIR OF WUCAI ‘DRAGON AND PHOENIX’ VASES. 19th / 20th Century. Of meiping-form, decorated with dragons and phoenixes among scrolling clouds and waves, enclosed by a leaf lappet band to the base and neck, six character Xuande mark to base, 16.5cm H. (2) £3,000 – 5,000  / Ǣ ƧǪǔƜǨǥ

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512 510 A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE VASES. Late Qing Dynasty. Of pear-shaped form on tall spreading feet, with a waisted ribbed neck rising to an everted rim, wood stands, decorated with birds among branches of profusely flowering peonies, 44.5cm H. (4) £300 – 500 ǒǬ ǞǪǦƏǥƼdžǫǝ 511 A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE VASES. Qing Dynasty. Of baluster form, decorated with a continuous scene across the body and neck of ladies in a garden, the shoulders set with mythical dragon handles, 62cm H. (2) £4,000 – 6,000 Ǭ ǞǪǩǠǤƒƿǥǫǝ 108

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516 514 A PAIR OF FAMILLE VERTE BISCUIT VASES. Qing Dynasty. Of rectangular pear-shaped form, on a spreading foot, with the body and high neck decorated with shaped panels of lotus flowers, chrysanthemums and peonies against a stipple ground with plum blossoms and butterflies, 35cm H. (2) £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ŪǑŐŮǪưǨ‘ƿǥǫǝ 515 A PAIR OF SLIP-DECORATED BLUE GROUND VASES. GU. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The spreading foot with a globular mid-section and rising to an everted galleried rim, painted and incised in white slip with a figurative scene to the mid-section enclosed by flowers and plants, 31cm H. (2) £500 – 800 …„u‚ =tgYPƒv

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517 516 A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES AND COVERS. Late Qing Dynasty. Of baluster form decorated to the body and domed cover with lotus scroll, within borders of pendant ruyi heads and lappets, 29.5cm H. (4) £500 – 800 ǒǬ ǑƟƺǀǃǖǥǫǝ 517 A PAIR OF CARVED JADE ‘DRAGON AND PHOENIX’ VASES AND COVERS. 20th Century. Of compressed baluster form, the body incised on either side with a confronting dragon and phoenix, the shoulders set with scrolling handles, the tall domed covers incised with a coiled dragon and surmounted by a pair of Buddhist lion dogs, wood stands, 32cm H. (6) £1,200 – 1,500 ~„‚ j}l1ywƒv 109


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520 A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE MODELS OF EMUS. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Each standing beside a flowering branch, 23cm H. (2) £3,000 – 5,000 Ǭǘ ǞǪnmǫǝ 521 A BLOODSTONE CARVING OF A BUDDHIST LION DOG. Qing Dynasty. Seated with the legs tucked beneath, with large circular eyes and a wide grin, the body carved with finely incised fur, stand, 11 x 6.5 x 5.5cm. (2) Provenance: H.G Beasley (1881 – 1939) collection [label] £2,000 – 3,000 Ǭ vƾǧřƼdž

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522 A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE MODELS OF DEER. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Each modelled seated in mirror image with one front leg pushed forward, the other legs tucked beneath, and the head turned back, 26.5cm H. £1,000 – 2,000 Ǭ ĜĜǞǪÞĎǫǝ

524 A PAIR OF CANTON ENAMEL QUATREFOIL SAUCER DISHES. Qing Dynasty. The interior of each decorated lotus scroll encircling a central flower head, reserved on a turquoise ground, four character Qianlong mark to the reverse, 16.5 x 13cm. (2) £500 – 800 Ǭ LJƘ ǑǀǃƖƕŝƸǫǝ

523 A PAIR OF CANTON ENAMEL TEA CADDIES AND COVERS. Qing Dynasty. Of lobed cylindrical section, with horizontal shoulders, decorated to the bodies with a network of flowering foliage, 10.5cm H. (4) £600 – 800 Ǭ LJƘ Ǒǀǃŷƕǖƽǫǝ

525 A PAIR OF CANTON ENAMEL DISHES. Qing Dynasty. Decorated with dense floral scroll on a purple ground, 16.5cm diameter. (2) £400 – 600 Ǭ LJƘ ǑǀǃǩňĬưǨƸǫǝ

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526 A CANTON ENAMEL ‘LANDSCAPE’ PANEL. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Depicting scholars crossing a bridge within a watery landscape, 15.5 x 23cm £800 – 1,200 Ǭǘ LJƘ ǑǀǃǩǠǤƹǂǟÚ

528 λ A CANTON PAINTED IVORY ‘EUROPEANS’ FAN. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Painted on one side with a garden scene of lovers beside an attendant child, with peonies emerging from a rock to the base, 29cm long. £800 – 1,200 Ǭǘ LJƘǁƫǧǩĄƂǠÏĪ

527 A CANTON ENAMEL CLOCK FACE. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The circular face painted in Roman numerals, within a border of flowers on a lime green ground, and below a semi-circular panel enclosing a flower basket surrounded by further flowering branches, 22.5 x 15cm. £400 – 600 Ǭ LJƘ ǑǀǃðZł

529 λ A CARVED TORTOISE SHELL FAN. Qing Dynasty. Incised across the sticks to produce a complex garden scene populated with figures, 19.5cm long. £300 – 500 Ǭ `¤ǧÏĪ

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533 530 λ A LARGE IVORY CARVING OF A SCHOLAR. Early 20th Century. The bearded figure with eyes downcast, standing in a dragon robe, one hand holding the beads suspended around his neck, the other holding a sword, wood stand, 55.5cm H. (2) £600 – 800 ǢŴƉ ǁƫǧƀƵĭ 531 λ AN IVORY CARVING OF A SCHOLAR. Ming Dynasty. Standing in long flowing robes, the hands raised to the chest, the face with a serene expression, fixed wood stand, 30cm H. (2) £600 – 800 Nj ǁƫǧƀƵĭ

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534 533 λ AN IVORY MODEL OF A LADY. Ming Dynasty. Seated in flowing robes, with the right arm raised, supported on a rock-work wood stand, 12cm H. (2) £200 – 300 Nj ǁƫǧƦƲ 534 λ AN IVORY ‘GOURD’ CARVING. Qing Dynasty. The interior side densely carved in high relief to the interior with numerous warriors on horseback, the exterior carved with trailing vine, the fruit with naturalistically textured skin, 8 x 13cm. £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ǁƫǧÙǟħĀ

532 λ A CARVED IVORY MOUNTAIN. Qing Dynasty. Finely and deeply carved and pierced to depict ladies, warriors and acrobats on a mountainside set with battlements, bamboo, pines and rocks, 32cm H. £600 – 800 Ǭ ǁƫǧǠǤƹŝíǚ 113


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538 535 A FAMILLE ROSE JUG AND COVER, AND A MUG. Qing Dynasty. The jug of barrel-form with rope twist handles, the cylindrical mug with similar handle, both decorated with figures among auspicious emblems below a band of flowers and butterflies, the jug 27cm H. (3) £1,500 – 1,800 Ǭ LJǪljǛǩǠǤǂǜǓǂņ 536 A FAMILLE ROSE TEAPOT WITH COVER TOGETHER WITH THREE CUPS AND THREE SAUCERS. Qing Dynasty. The teapot with a waisted cylindrical body, with a steeply tapering foot and shoulders, and a domed cover, decorated around the body with a scene of scholars and attendants at a desk, a band of auspicious emblems encircling the shoulders, a similar band encircling the interior rim of the cups and central figurative roundels on the saucers, the teapot 19cm H. (8) £1,200 – 2,000 Ǭ LJǪljǛǩǠǤŷǜǓņƸǡĹ

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540 A GILT-DECORATED POWDER BLUE VASE. Qing Dynasty. With trumpet neck and stylised mythical beast twin handles, 53cm H. £1,500 – 2,000 Ǭ ƭǕljǛǩǠǤǟƒƿǥ 541 A GILT-DECORATED POWDER BLUE VASE. Qing Dynasty. With trumpet neck and stylised mythical beast twin handles, 55.2cm H. £1,500 – 2,000 Ǭ ƭǕljǛƒƿǥ

542 543 A BLUE AND WHITE OCTAGONAL ‘LANDSCAPE’ GUGLET. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Decorated to the body with a continuous watery landscape scene, 26.5cm H. £1,000 – 2,000 Ǭǘ ǣǦǩǠǤĢĂƹǂǟǘƛǥ 544 A PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE SQUARE JARS. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Of rectangular form, decorated with a continuous scene of pagodas within a watery landscape, wood covers, 37cm H. (4) £800 – 1,200 Ǭǘ ǣǦǩƹǂĢĂƖƛƽƼǗǖǫǝ

542 A GILT-DECORATED POWDER BLUE VASE. Qing Dynasty. With trumpet neck and stylised mythical beast twin handles, 39.5cm H. £500 – 800 Ǭ ljǛĕƭǏƒƿǥ

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545 AN ENAMELLED CELADON-GLAZED MOONFLASK. Late Qing Dynasty. The flattened circular body rising from a short spreading foot to a garlic-shaped neck and mouth flanked by a pair of ruyi-shaped handles, the body painted with large flowering peonies below a butterfly in flight, the sides decorated with bats, 39cm H. £5,000 – 8,000 Ǭ ǣǏljǛǞǪǩǦśǨÎĆƿǥ

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546 A LARGE BLUE AND WHITE STEM BOWL. Qing Dynasty. The globular bowl with wide shoulders supported on a waisted stem, decorated all over with scrolling foliage, 34.5cm H, 37.5cm diameter. £500 – 800 Ǭ ǣǦňĬưǨěƤƷ

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547 AN ENAMELLED BLUE AND WHITE BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Jiaqing mark and period. Of conical form, the exterior decorated with butterflies and scrolling foliage in underglaze blue and details enamelled and highlighted in gilt, the interior with a five iron red enamelled bats encircling a stylised shou character, six character Jiaqing mark to base, 13cm diameter. £1,000 – 2,000 ǬĐö ǣǦljǛFǪŖǨƷŗŧƵǬĐöŅóŕŘ

550 A FAMILLE ROSE ‘DOUBLE PEACOCK PATTERN’ TUREEN COVER AND STAND. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Of rectangular form, with twin animal mask handles, surmounted by a pomegranate finial, 34 x 23 x 20.5cm. (3) £800 – 1,200 Ǭǘ ǞǪǩĝÔǨƵǖąƼ¡ă

548 A FAMILLE ROSE ‘BUDDHIST EMBLEMS’ BOWL. Qing Dynasty. Enamelled to the exterior with four groups of two emblems, six character Daoguang mark to base, 7.5cm H, 17cm diameter. £300 – 500 Ǭ ǞǪǩǘŖèǨƷ

551 A CANTON FAMILLE ROSE FOOD WARMER, COVER AND LINER. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Decorated with a continuous exterior figurative garden scene, the cover similarly decorated with floral borders to the rim, 23 x 19cm. (3) £1,000 – 2,000 Ǭ LJǪǩǠǤƣƢǟ£Y

549 A FAMILLE ROSE TUREEN AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Of quatrefoil form, the body decorated with peonies pine and bamboo, surmounted by a decorative finial, 24 x 40cm H. (2) £600 – 800 Ǭǘ ǞǪǩŊļźŬǨƵǖą

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558 TWO FAMILLE ROSE DISHES. Qing Dynasty, Yongzheng era. Decorated with a scroll shaped panel enclosing a scene of a lady in a garden beside her admirer who clambers over a nearby wall, all within a densely decorated border, 23cm diameter. (2) £500 – 800 Ǭ÷õ ǞǪǩƦƲƣƢƸnjƃ 559 A FAMILLE ROSE ‘COCKEREL’ DISH. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Decorated with a cockerel on a rock among peonies, within a pink cracked-ice border set with further panels of flowers, 23.5cm diameter. £300 – 500 Ǭǘ ǞǪǩŨũƸ

560 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘LADIES’ BEAKER CUP. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. The deeply rounded sides painted with ladies among flowering branches, between decorative borders, 8.5cm H, 8cm diameter. £300 – 500 ǬǍNJ ǣǦǩƦƲǟž 561 A FAMILLE ROSE BRUSH POT. Qing Dynasty, Yongzheng era. Of hexagonal section, supported on six short feet, each face with circular panels of animals and flowers, on a brightly coloured pierced diaper ground, 12.5cm H. £400 – 600 Ǭ÷õ ǞǪǩǦËǨƈƛïĞŢŸ

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562 AN ENAMELLED YIXING TEAPOT WITH COVER. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The globular body decorated with branches of flowers emerging from behind rockwork, with an S-shaped spout and lugs supporting a wire overhead handle, impressed pictographic mark to base, 16cm H. (2) £300 – 500 …„u‚ 0-`?€w( 563 A FAMILLE VERTE ‘HORSES’ WINE POT AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Of quatrefoil section rising to wide shoulders and a vertical mouth, supported on three short feet, with panels on either side enclosing two horses beneath pines, reserved on a repeating wan pattern ground, with overhead handle in simulation of wicker, 14.5cm H. £4,000 – 6,000 ǬǍNJ ƧǪǩźōǟďǜƼǖ 564 A FAMILLE ROSE TEAPOT AND WARMER. 19th / 20th Century. The square warmer on four short feet decorated with treasures and poetic inscriptions, with internal cylindrical ewer with a short spout and metal overhead handles, 12.5 x 9 x 9.5cm. (3) £600 – 800  / Ǣ ǞǪǩŁIJǨŷǖǜ

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565 A BLUE AND WHITE TEAPOT AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. The globular octagonal body and domed cover decorated to each of the faces with flowers and foliage, 11cm H. (2) £800 – 1,200 ǬǍNJ ǣǦǖǜ 566 A SET OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE TEA BOWLS AND SAUCERS. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Decorated with figurative scenes, 4cm H, 7cm diameter, the saucers 11.2cm diameter. (8) £500 – 800 …% psV&6k 567 SIX YIXING TEAPOTS AND COVERS. 5.5 – 7.5cm H. (12) £300 – 500 ijŒŜŎǖǜƈǚ

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568 A WHITE METAL TEAPOT AND COVER. 19th / 20th Century. The ovoid pot with wide shoulders decorated in repoussé with lotus scroll between a lappet band at the shoulders and repeated on the foot, the neck, spout and domed cover decorated with further floral scroll, surmounted by a decorative finial, 19cm H. (2) £400 – 600  / Ǣ ƱāưǨǖǜ

570 A SILVER BOWL WITH TRIPOD DRAGON FEET AND BAMBOO PANELS. Circa 1930. The conical sides decorated with quatrefoil panels of bamboo, coiled dragons modelled in high relief forming the tripod feet, 7cm H, 12cm diameter. £800 – 1,200 ƩǫǡDŽ ơŬƕǨǡƤƷ

569 A THREE-PIECE SILVER TEA SET. Circa 1930. The teapot cover and sugar bowl each decorated with a coiled dragon encircling a raised circular panel, the handles spout and finial naturalistically modelled as bamboo stem, 7 – 14cm H. (3) £500 – 800 ^ƒu|f ZL\|rk

571 A SILVER ‘LOTUS AND BAMBOO’ BOX. Circa 1920. Deeply worked in repoussé to depict leafy bamboo stems, the hinged top with a flowering lotus stems to the centre, 13.5 x 6 x 3cm. £400 – 600 ƩǫǢDŽ ơưŬǨǖƎ 572 A SILVER VANITY SET. Circa 1930. Comprising of a mirror, brush comb, box tray and comb all decorated with coiled dragons on a stippled ground, the box 33.5 x 33.5 x 10cm. (8) £500 – 800 ^ƒu|f Z)b\ƒk

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573 573 THREE SILVER FIGURES. Circa 1900. Each modelled in repoussé in long flowing robes, 31cm H. (3) £3,000 – 5,000 ƩǫDŽDŽ ơǠǤĘǡǚ 574 AN ENAMELLED SILVER ‘BATS’ BOX AND COVER. Circa 1930. The body decorated with bats among scrolling clouds, between ruyi head borders, the cover set with bands of lappets above pendant ruyi head bands, the base with a stylised shou character, 7cm H, 121g. (2) £1,000 – 2,000 ƩǫǡDŽ ơǑ}Ǫǖƽ

575 A SILVER SPITOON, ZHADOU. Circa 1900, by Wang Hing. The globular body rising to a wide foliate rim, decorated to the exterior of the body and interior of the rim with birds on flowering plum trees, 13cm H, 18.5cm diameter, 585g. £1,200 – 1,500 ƩǫDŽDŽ ơÂ ŧ$Œŕ Ř

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576 A SHIWAN VASE, GU. 19th Century. The tall cylindrical vase flaring to the rim and base, set with tall cylindrical handles, fitted Japanese box, 32cm H. (2) £500 – 800  ƾ¬ǐčƥǥ 577 A PEKING GLASS RED VASE. 20th Century. The pear-shaped body rising from a splayed foot to a waisted neck and flared rim, flanked by a pair of elephant head handles, decorated with taotie mask bands, mythical dragons, and lappet bands, 26.5cm H. £400 – 600 Ǣ ŏŭğƥǥ

579 A DINGYAO EWER, TOGETHER WITH A YIXING VASE. The vase of pear shaped form with a chi dragon modelled in relief clambering up the neck, the ewer of double gourd form with a narrow waisted body, the loop handle connecting the globular body and upper section, 27cm H; 15.5cm H. (2) £800 – 1,200 ĦǐŤǜǓijŒŜŎǥ 580 A YELLOW-GROUND CANTON ENAMEL VASE. Second half of 20th Century. Of pear shaped form, raised on a spreading foot and rising to an onion neck, decorated with lotus scroll, 27cm H. £300 – 500 Ǣ^­ƕ LJƘ ǑǀǃŲǕưǨǥ

578 A BLUE GLASS VASE AND COVER, FANGHU. 20th Century. The body decorated with panels of kui dragons divided by flanges, the shoulders set with loop handles emerging from mythical animal masks and suspending rings, the covers surmounted by a lion, 24.5cm H. (2) £80 – 120 Ǣ ƭŰřǖƛǜ 123


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581 A FAMILLE NOIRE MODEL OF GUANYIN. Qing Dynasty. The figure standing, above cresting waves, wearing a long robe, the hair tied in an elaborate topknot, the right hand holding a wicker basket containing a fish, 27cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 Ǭ ÓǪǩƙƚ 582 A SANCAI BISCUIT MODEL OF A LADY. Qing Dynasty. Standing in flowing robes, holding a lotus stem in one hand and a fan in the other, 23cm H. £200 – 300 Ǭ ŪǑŐǡƦƲ 583 A FAMILLE VERTE MODEL OF GUANYIN. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Seated holding a ruyi sceptre in one hand and a vase in the other, 20cm H. £300 – 500 ǬǍNJ ǡǪƙƚ

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584 A FAMILLE VERTE ‘LI BAI’ WATER POT. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Seated in flowing green glazed robes, leaning against a large wine pot, 10cm H, 16.5cm long. £400 – 600 ǬǍNJ ǡǪ’ëƥǂ‹ 585 A FAMILLE VERTE BISCUIT FIGURE. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. The figure seated in long flowing robes, and raised on a hexagonal base, 15.5cm H. £800 – 1,200 ǬǍNJ ŪǑŐǡǪǠǤ

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586 A LARGE BRONZE ‘BUFFALO GROUP’ SCULPTURE. Naturalistically modelled as a seated cow the head resting on a calf whose own head is nestled into the head of the larger animal, 52cm long. £2,000 – 3,000 Þà

590 A GILT BRONZE ‘LUDUAN’ INCENSE BURNER. The mythical beast standing four square with the cover formed as the head, looking skywards, the mouth open for the release of smoke, 15cm H. £400 – 600 ƌǛš¿ƥuƴ

587 A GILT BRONZE DOG SCROLL WEIGHT. 8.5cm long, 552g. £500 – 800 ƌǛ6ŝČç

591 A GILT COPPER JADE-INSET RUYI SCEPTRE. Qing Dynasty. The shaft decorated in repoussé with boys among auspicious symbols, the head inset with an oval plaque decorated with further auspicious symbols, 42cm long. £3,000 – 4,000 Ǭ ƌǛƳǙÎĆ

588 A BRONZE INCENSE BURNER. Of tripod form supported on three short feet, with loop handles to the rim, six character Xuande mark to base. £500 – 800 ÀƿǡƤƴ 588a A BRONZE ‘PRUNUS’ CENSER COVER AND STAND. Qing Dynasty. Of tripod form, the handles and pierced cover modelled as flowering plum branches, 18cm H. (3) £600 – 800 Ǭ ľǨǡƤƴƼdž

592 A GOLD-AND-SILVER-INLAID TRIPOD BRONZE CENSER. The deep rounded body supported on high cylindrical feet, and rising to an everted rim set with loop handles, the body with loop handles suspending rings, the body with a taotie mask band, above a band of pendant lappets, inlaid gold and silver details, 28cm H, 25cm diameter. £2,000 – 3,000 ĮǛơǡƤċƿƴ

589 A LARGE BRONZE ‘PHOENIXES’ MIRROR. Qing Dynasty. Decorated in relief with four phoenixes enclosing a central knopped roundel, 31cm diameter. £200 – 300 Ǭ ƜǨ V

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593 A LARGE BRONZE INCENSE BURNER. Qing Dynasty. Of bombé form, the rounded body rising from a flared foot to an everted rim, the body set with a band of phoenixes against a leiwen ground, 18cm H, 31cm diameter. £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ƴ 594 A SILVER-INLAID BRONZE HAND WARMER, AND COVER. 19th Century. The globular body set with a loop handle inlaid in silver with cranes among clouds, 19cm across. (2) £500 – 800  ĮơƔƴ 595 A PAIR OF BRONZE VASES AND COVERS, FANGHU. Han Dynasty. 36cm H. 1.67kg, 1.71kg. (4) £3,000 – 5,000 đ ƒJŸƛǜǫǝ

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596 A BRONZE VASE, HU. Ming Dynasty. Decorated with an archaistic band above cicada pendants, the shoulders set with taotie mask handles, suspending rings, 29cm H. £100 – 200 Nj ǜ 597 A BRONZE MODEL OF BUDDHA. 29cm H, 3.3kg. £300 – 500 _X , 598 A BRONZE INCENSE BURNER. Qing Dynasty. On tripod feet with a loop handle to the rim, the body enclosed by a decorative band, wood cover and stand, 13.5cm H. (3) £300 – 500 Ǭ ċƿǡƤƴƼǗdžǓǖ

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601 602 599 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL MODEL OF A COCKEREL. 20th Century. Standing alert with the head facing forwards, the cloisons delineating the plumage with details of the crown and tail feathers in gilt, 38cm H. £800 – 1,200 Ǣ ǑƟƺǀǃŨũ 600 A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL QUAILS. 19th / 20th Century. Modelled in mirror image looking right and left, supported on circular bases on tripod ruyi head feet, 18cm H. (4) £400 – 600  / Ǣ ǑƟƺǀǃfeǫǝ 601 A CLOISONNÉ-ENAMEL-INSET BRONZE JARDINIÈRE. Late Qing Dynasty. Of octagonal form, rising to wide shoulders with a waisted neck and everted galleried rim, supported on ruyi head feet, each face with a cloisonné enamel panel enclosing birds and flowers, reserved on an incised bronze floral ground, 22cm long. £400 – 600 ǒǬ ǑƟƺǀǃǦƑ

603 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE, FANGHU. Qing Dynasty. Of square section flanked by a pair of dragon handles to the waisted neck, the body with panels of fruiting branches, the neck and foot with lotus scroll on a lapis ground, 41cm H. £1,500 – 2,000 Ǭ ǑƟƺǀǃǔƿƛǜ 604 THREE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL ITEMS. Ming Dynasty. Comprising two bowls and a stand. (3) £800 – 1,200 Nj ǑƟƺǀǃƗǡǚ

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602 A LOBED CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL JARDINIÈRE. Qing Dynasty. Of quatrefoil section, supported on four short feet, enamelled around the body with cranes and deer beneath pines and flowering peach trees, against a turquoise ground filled with clouds and bats, 21.5 x 18 x 8cm long. £1,000 – 2,000 Ǭ ǑƟƺǀǃƖƕŝǦƑ

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609 (part) 605 A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL ‘DRAGONS’ BASIN. Probably Ming Dynasty. The deep straight sides rising to a broad flattened galleried rim, the interior roundel enclosing a pair of confronting dragons separated by a flaming pearl, 35.5cm diameter. £1,500 – 2,000 ƩNj ǑƟƺǀǃƒǔìʼnǨƔƑ 606 A LONGQUAN CELADON CHARGER. Ming Dynasty. With ribbed decoration to the interior below the galleried rim, 34cm diameter. £1,000 – 2,000 Nj ǔÖǣǏƵł 607 A CELADON EWER. Ming Dynasty. Of globular form on a spreading foot rising to a flared rim, the body incised with scrolling foliage, the shoulders set with lug handles, with a short spout below the rim, 23cm H. Provenance: Sotheby’s, by repute. £800 – 1,200 Nj ǣǏŤǜ 128

610 608 A CELADON GLAZED TRIPOD CENSER. Raised on short cylindrical feet, the shoulders set with scrolling handles, 8cm H. £500 – 800 ǣǏǡƤƴ 609 A CELADON-GLAZED TRIPOD CENSER. Ming Dynasty. Raised on three mask-and-paw feet, the shallow rounded sides carved with the ‘Eight Trigrams’, together with another with metal cover, 18cm, 10.1cm diameter. (3) £300 – 500 Nj ǣǏǡƤƴ 610 A LONGQUAN CELADON NARCISSUS BOWL. Ming Dynasty. Raised on three mask-and-paw feet, the shallow rounded sides carved with the ‘Eight Trigrams’, 32.5cm diameter. £600 – 800 Nj ǔÖǣǏǂëƑ

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611 A BLANC DE CHINE MODEL OF GUANYIN. Qing Dynasty. Seated in long flowing robes, with one knee raised, a scroll held in the left hand, eyes downcast, 18.5cm H. £3,000 – 5,000 Ǭ ƮƬǐƙƚ 612 A BLANC DE CHINE SEATED GUANYIN. 20th Century. Seated in long flowing robes, with eyes downcast, 17.5cm H. £1,000 – 2,000 Ǣ ƮƬǐƙƚſ 613 A BLANC DE CHINE MODEL OF ZHENWU. 17th Century. Seated on a rocky base, in flowing robes, above a tortoise emerging from a hole in the rock, 19cm H. £300 – 500 ƨ ƮƬǐùñƵĊ

614 A BLANC DE CHINE MODEL OF GUANDI. 17th Century. Seated in long flowing robes, the face with frowning brows and the mouth surrounded by holes for a moustache and beard, the hands held to one side and concealed beneath long flowing robes, 14.5cm H. £100 – 200 ƨ ƮƬǐR“ 615 A BLANC DE CHINE ‘PRUNUS’ EWER TOGETHER WITH A LOTUS LEAF WASHER. Qing Dynasty. The ewer of pear shaped form with plum blossom modelled in relief to the body, the handled cup formed as a veiny leaf, 13.5cm H; 10.5cm long. (2) £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ƮƬǐľǨŤǜǓưƥƊ 616 A BLANC DE CHINE WATER DROPPER. Qing Dynasty. With gently inward curving sides and a short spout, a chilong coiled over the shoulders with the mouth resting on the rim, 13cm across. £500 – 800 Ǭ ƮƬǐǂ

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616a A BLANC DE CHINE LIBATION CUP. 17th Century. Depicting animals below overhanging rocks, all modelled in high relief, 7.5cm H. £300 – 500 ƨ ƮƬǐ7ž 617 A BLANC DE CHINE ‘SCHOLARS UNDER PINES’ GROUP. Qing Dynasty. Modelled as two figures seated playing weiqi with an observer standing behind, beneath rocks and pines, 9.5cm H. £500 – 800 Ǭ ƮƬǐź{ķƀ 618 TWO BLANC DE CHINE CERAMICS. Qing Dynasty. One modelled as a Buddhist lion dog, the other as Guanyin seated on a rocky base beside a lion, 14cm H. (2) £200 – 300 Ǭ ƮƬǐťƗnjǚ 619 A POTTERY MODEL OF A BOY. Tang Dynasty. Seated with the hands clasped to the chest, 7cm H. £100 – 200 ů ĸƋĺ

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623 620 A DINGYAO BOY, POTTERY MODEL OF A LADY AND AN ANIMAL. Tang / Song Dynasty. 6.5cm long, 4.5cm H, 7.5cm H. (3) Provenance: From the Collection of Louise Hawley Stone [label] £200 – 300 ů / ī ĦǐĸƋǓƦƲäēǤĺ 621 A CRACKLE-GLAZED CREAM DISH. 16cm, 8.5cm diameter, with another dish. (2) £400 – 600 ĚǨƸǓƊ 622 A MOULDED PHOENIX QINGBAI BOWL. Yuan Dynasty. 18.5cm diameter. £800 – 1,200 Û ǬƱǏųŋƜǨƷ 623 A MOULDED CREAM-GLAZED BOWL. Yuan Dynasty. The interior moulded with a floral bouquet, Zhenghe mark to base. fitted box, 12.5cm diameter. Provenance: R.F.A Riesco collection [label] £300 – 500 Û ĠŲǏųŋƷ

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624 TWO BLANC DE CHINE FIGURES. 30.5 – 29.5cm H. (2) £40 – 60 ƮƬǐǠnjǚ 625 A CIZHOU-TYPE RUSSET-PAINTED BLACK GLAZED JAR. Song Dynasty. The broad-shouldered, tapering body covered with a lustrous black glaze, painted in russet slip with flower petals flight on the shoulders below a small, double-ringed mouth, 24.2cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 ī ŇŌǐcǏƽ 626 THREE QINGBAI AND OTHER BOWLS. Song Dynasty, or later. (3) Provenance: Louise Hawley Stone [label] £100 – 200 īƐƆǒ ǣƱǏƗǡǚ

627 A STONE MODEL OF A LADY RIDING A HORSE. The horse with head raised, the front and back legs splayed in midgallop, the rider leaning to the right with arms dramatically raised, the horse supported by an integral conical plinth, details picked out in green, red and black pigment, 37.5cm H. Provenance: From the collection of Margaret Stuteley (1917 – 2015) £600 – 800 ƾǧƦƲkō 628 A SANCAI GLAZED FIGURE TOGETHER WITH A HORSE. Tang Dynasty. The figure standing in long flowing robes the hands together, the horse standing foursquare with the head lowered, 44.5cm; 33cm H. (2) £300 – 500 ů ǡǪǠǓlō 629 A SANCAI PILLOW, JUN STYLE VASE, TWO DISHES. The vase 16cm H. (4) £500 – 800 ǡǪǏûŗÍ]ǐǥǓƸnjƃ 630 A CIZHOU JAR. 20cm H. £300 – 500 ŇŌǐƽ 131


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631 TWO SANCAI-GLAZED POTTERY FIGURES OF LOKAPALA. Tang Dynasty. Each standing on top of a recumbent ox, with the head turned to the right, the right hand on his hip and the left raised to hold a weapon, the head surmounted by a phoenix-form hat, dressed in elaborate armour scrolls and animal-mask epaulets surmounted by flames, all glazed in amber, green and cream, 98cm H. (2) £3,000 – 5,000 Sold together with an Oxford Authentication certificate sample no C118b38 dated 22 January 2018 providing a date for one of the pieces consistent with the above. ů ǡǪÄĺǫǝ 632 A CELADON BOWL. Korea, Joseon Dynasty. Of conical form with slightly rounded sides, 7cm H, 17.5cm diameter. £100 – 200 ƝőĶƝ ǣǏƷ

633 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘DRAGON’ VASE. Korea, Joseon Dynasty. Of pear-shaped form, rising to a waisted neck and everted rim, decorated in cobalt underglaze with two four-clawed dragons chasing the flaming pearl among scallop-shaped clouds, 31.5cm H. £300 – 500 ƝőĶƝ ǣǦǔǨǥ 634 A PORCELAIN MOON JAR. Korea, Choson Period. Of globular form with tall circular foot and everted neck, 33cm H. £400 – 600 ƝőĶƝ ƝőƱťƽ

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637 A WOOD AND IVORY SEAL. Tibet, 19th Century. 8.5cm H. £500 – 800 îŻ ƳǁƫǗ›

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639 A GILT COPPER LAMAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CROWN. Mongolia, 19th Century. Worked in repoussé with a seated Buddha in each of the five prongs, inlaid with turquoise and coral, 40cm H, 2.2kg. (2) £3,500 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4,000 IJ Æ&#x152;Ç&#x203A;2

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643 641 A PAIR OF REPOUSSÉ BOOK COVERS. Tibet, 19th Century. 41 x 8.5 x 1cm. (2) £800 – 1,200 îŻ ǛøÝǦœšǫǝ 642 A WOOD BOOK COVER. Carved to depict a central deity flanked by two seated figures separated by inscriptions, 42 x 10 x 2.5cm. £500 – 800 Ǘǧœš

643 INDO-TIBETAN BRONZES. 1981. Hong Kong: Visual Dharma Publications, by Ulrich von Schroeder, 576 pages, with 18 colour plates and numerous illustrations, bound in cloth with a slipcase, 36.5 x 25cm. £700 – 900 ǫǘǫ ųÁ – ŻŠ Ɨ

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644 A KESI WOVEN PANEL. Qing Dynasty. Depicting antiques filled with flowering branches and fruit, within a border of coiled dragons chasing flaming pearls, 64.5 x 56cm. £100 – 200 Ǭ ĻƺƓǤ 645 AN EMBROIDERED ‘DRAGON’ FLAG. Qing Dynasty. Depicting a forward-facing four-clawed dragon among flames, clouds and bats, on a red damask ground, within blue ground damask border, framed and glazed, 154 x 48cm £300 – 500 Ǭ Ưǔã

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646 AN EMBROIDERED SILK PANEL. Qing Dynasty. Depicting a young Immortal standing on a cloud with a basket of peaches held above his right shoulder, above waves and rocks, framed and glazed, 171 x 52cm. £250 – 300 Ǭ ƯǠǤƺDƓǤ 647 A CUT RED VELVET ‘DRAGON’ CHAIR COVER. Early Qing Dynasty. Depicting a quatrefoil panel enclosing a lotus flower above a pair of Buddhist lion dogs encircling a ball, and below two dragons among scrolling clouds and flames, all within a border of dragons, 166 x 32.5cm. £500 – 800 ŴǬ xĴćâ

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648 A PAIR OF RED-GROUND EMBROIDERED SILK CHAIR BACKS. Qing Dynasty. Embroidered to each end with assemblages of flowers and butterflies, 159 x 50cm. (2) £600 – 800 Ǭ ƶǕĒƯćâ

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651 A BLUE-GROUND KESI ‘DRAGON’ ROBE Qing Dynasty. The blue ground is worked in couched gold thread and satin stitch on the front and back with five-clawed dragons confronting flaming pearls amidst, bats, cranes and auspicious emblems, 188 x 132cm. £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ƭǕĻƺǔá

653 A RED-GROUND MARRIAGE ROBE. Qing Dynasty. Embroidered in coloured and gold thread with a phoenix on the front and back and a four-clawed dragon on each of the shoulders among peonies and above waves, 152 x 105.5cm. £300 – 500 … QHXly$/,

652 A BLUE-GROUND KESI ‘DRAGON’ ROBE. Qing Dynasty. The blue ground is worked in couched gold thread and satin stitch on the front and back with five-clawed dragons confronting flaming pearls amidst auspicious emblems, 218 x 138cm. £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ƭǕĻƺǔá

654 A BLACK-GROUND ‘DRAGON’ SHORT COAT. Qing Dynasty. Embroidered with five-clawed dragons among scrolling clouds, flames, bats, cranes and auspicious symbols among waves, 104 x 77cm. £1,500 – 2,000 Ǭ ŚǕǔǨ¾

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655 A RED-GROUND LADY’S SKIRT. Late Qing Dynasty. Embroidered with floral spray, 175 x 93.5cm. £200 – 300 ǒǬ ƶǕƯǦƲ# 655a THREE EMBROIDERED TEXTILES. Qing Dynasty. Comprising a blue-ground jacket, a waist front and a purple ground skirt, 117 x 105cm; 113 x 102cm. (3) £400 – 600 Ǭ ƓǤǡǚ

656 A BLUE-GROUND EMBROIDERED LADY’S ROBE. Late Qing Dynasty. Embroidered butterflies and single sprays of flowers and fruits on a dark blue ground, with a plum blossom ice crackle ground, 164 x 106cm. £600 – 800 ǒǬ ƭǕĒƯƲ<

658 A RED-GROUND EMBROIDERED ‘HUNDRED BIRDS’ PANEL. Qing Dynasty. The circular panel embroidered with a multitude of birds on branches, rockwork and in flight, framed and glazed, 38cm across. £300 – 500 Ǭ ƶǕƯ×ƋǟƓǤ

657 AN EMBROIDERED ‘LOTUS SCROLL’ CUSHION COVER. Qing Dynasty. A central lotus flower enclosed by four ruyi heads and further flowers among floral scrolls within a border of further lotus flowers and foliage, 47 x 49.5cm. £300 – 500 Ǭ ƯƼǨûš

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659 A BLUE-GROUND ‘HUNDRED BOYS’ TEXTILE. Qing Dynasty, 18th / 19th Century. Decorated with bands of differently coloured repeating garden scenes of boys, with a border of phoenixes and dragons on two sides, 177 x 127cm. £600 – 800 Ǭǘ /  ƭǕƯ×ƋǟƓǤ

660 A WOVEN SILK SUTRA COVER. Ming Dynasty. Woven in silk and gold thread to depict flowering lotus branches on a red ground, 43 x 23.5cm. £300 – 500 Nj ƺƓĔÇš

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661 A LARGE RED-GROUND BANNER. Qing Dynasty. Embroidered to depict auspicious emblems on frothing waves, within a red-ground border embroidered with bats among clouds, 346 x 265.5cm. £600 – 800 Ǭ ƶǕƯŖjǨã

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662 A RED-GROUND EMBROIDERED ‘ELEPHANT’ ALTAR FRONT. Late Qing. The central elephant standing four-square with the head turned to the left among rockwork and flowering branches below three circular phoenix roundels, 99 x 90cm. £200 – 300 ǒǬ ƶǕƯǁǨæ® 663 A CHILD’S EMBROIDERED GOWN FRONT. Late Qing Dynasty. Embroidered with flower heads on a pink ground, within a blackground border, framed and glazed, 65cm across. £300 – 500 a… XIJRA@ 663 141


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664 A PAIR OF CHINESE HANDSCROLL SCENE FROM ‘THE THREE KINGDOMS’. Early 20th Century. 244 x 21cm and 232.5 x 21.9cm. (2) £600 – 800 ǢŴƉ ǩ‘ǡƂs’ǟƔĥnj„

666 SIX ‘WU SHUANG PU’ PAINTINGS. Qing Dynasty. Each finely painted to depict a single figure from the group, framed and glazed, 28.5 x 29.8cm (6) £800 – 1,200 … ‘G7’oN4

665 A PAIR OF EXPORT FIGURATIVE PAINTINGS. Qing Dynasty. Each painted with densely populated scenes, 53 x 35.5cm; 52 x 35cm. (2) £600 – 800 Ǭ Ą\ǠǤĽǫǝ

667 A HANDSCROLL PAINTING DEPICTING SCHOLARS IN A LANDSCAPE. Qing Dynasty. Painted to depict scholars engaged in panting and other leisurely activities across a watery landscape with attendants, 147 x 58cm £200 – 300 Ǭ ǩƀƵĭƹǂǟƔĥ

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668 A MOTHER-OF-PEARL-INLAID BLACK LACQUER TABLE STAND. Qing Dynasty. The rectangular panelled top inlaid with a watery garden scene with scholars, set above a short recessed waist with pierced windows, above an apron with further inlaid figurative scenes, all supported on four scrolled feet, 60.5 x 37.5 x 18.5cm. £1,800 – 2,000 Ǭ ƳżŵǠǤƣƢǟŔ

670 A MOTHER-OF-PEARL-INLAID BLACK LACQUER TABLE STAND. Qing Dynasty. The rectangular panelled top inlaid with a scene of scholars at a table on a garden veranda, set above a short recessed waist with pierced windows, above an apron with further inlaid figurative scenes, all supported on four scrolled feet, 59.5 x 36 x 15cm. £1,800 – 2,000 Ǭ ƳżŵǠǤƣƢǟŔ

669 A MOTHER-OF-PEARL-INLAID BLACK LACQUER TABLE STAND. Qing Dynasty. The quatrefoil top inlaid with a garden scene of figures beneath pines, set above a short recessed waist with pierced windows, above an apron with further inlaid figurative scenes, all supported on four cabriole feet, 60 x 40.5 x 21.5cm. £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ƳżŵǠǤƣƢǟŔ

671 A MOTHER-OF-PEARL-INLAID BLACK LACQUER TABLE STAND. Qing Dynasty. The rectangular panelled top inlaid with a scene figures in a garden veranda, set above a short recessed waist with pierced windows, above an apron with further inlaid figurative scenes, all supported on four scrolled feet, 60 x 40.5 x 21.5cm. £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ƳżŵǠǤƣƢǟŔ

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673 A BLUE-GROUND WHITE-SLIP DECORATED DRUM STOOL. Qing Dynasty. Of barrel form with two rows of applied bosses, a ‘cash’ openwork panel to the top and two further openwork panels to the body, the exterior decorated with floral sprays of the four seasons, bats over peach boughs and further auspicious emblems in white slip on a blue ground, 30cm H, 22cm diameter. £400 – 600 Ǭ ƭǕǩǦƏǨ4ž

674 A GILT-DECORATED BLACK LACQUERED BUDDHIST SHRINE. Early 20th Century. The black lacquer rectangular cabinet on a waisted base, inset with deeply carved and pierced rectangular panels, depicting birds, deer, plum blossom and geometric patterns, 46.5 x 37.5 x 16cm. £500 – 800 20ŴƉ ljǛŚŃǗǧa

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674a A GILT-DECORATED BLACK LACQUER CABINET. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The double-fronted small cabinet supported on four stepped feet finely decorated in gilt with figurative scenes within floral borders filed with auspicious emblems, the two doors opening to reveal five drawers with ivory handles, 36 x 17 x 32cm. £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ljǛŚŃÊ 675 A HARDWOOD ALTAR TABLE. Qing Dynasty. The rectangular top, supported by wide beaded legs, joined by a straight apron with cloud-scroll brackets flanking the legs, 81 x 145 x 43.5cm. £2,000 – 3,000 Ǭ ıǗ)Oµ

678 676 A HARDWOOD DISPLAY CABINET. Late Qing Dynasty. Divided into shelves of various shapes and sizes with carved and pierced borders and a double fronted cupboard to the lower right, 183 x 90 x 37cm H. (2) £500 – 800 ǒǬ ıǗz 677 A LARGE CARVED AND PIERCED PARFUMIER. Late Qing Dynasty. Of cylindrical form carved and pierced to form ladies in a garden, on a domed base supported on four feet, 152cm H. £400 – 600 ǒǬ ïĞǗǧêƒ

679 678 A HONGMU JARDINIÈRE STAND. Late Qing Dynasty. The square top with rounded shoulders, supported on cylindrical feet connected above the foot by stretchers, 66.5cm H. £300 – 500 ǒǬ ƶǗǦƑE 679 A HARDWOOD LOW CABINET. Late Qing Dynasty. The double fronted cabinet incised to the doors, 48 x 106 x 35cm. £100 – 200 a… q

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680 A LARGE JICHIMU ALTER TABLE. Qing Dynasty. The rectangular top set within a frame with ‘ice-plate’ edge above an apron shallowly incised with confronting dragons separated by a flaming pearl, above a deeply carved and pierced group of lingzhi fungus, all supported on square legs terminating in animal mask feet, 107 x 170 x 37.5cm £3,000 – 5,000 Ǭ ǧяǔǨıǗ”æ

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681 λ AN IVORY PIPE WITH ‘HAND’ TERMINAL. Qing Dynasty. The long cylindrical shaft terminating as a hand formed as a fist with the thumb wrapped over the top, 38cm long. £300 – 500 Ǭ ǁƫǧǎ1

683 λ AN IVORY-TIPPED WHITE METAL MOUNTED RHINOCEROS HORN WALKING CANE. Circa 1900. The long tapering cane carved with nodular protuberances along the exterior, 81cm long. £800 – 1,200 ƩǫDŽDŽ ƳǁƫƱāƍƇŶű

682 λ AN IVORY CIGARETTE HOLDER. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. The tapering cylindrical shaft, incised on the upper section in the form of coiled dragons chasing a flaming pearl among clouds, fitted box, 42cm long. (2) £300 – 500 Ǭ ǁƫǧǎƎ

684 λ A SILVER-INLAID ROSEWOOD ‘DRAGON’ WALKING STICK. Early 20th Century. Of long tapering form with a rounded handle, the centre of the shaft finely inlaid with a pair of confronting dragons separated by a flaming pearl, 90cm long. £100 – 200 ǢŴƉ ǦǗǧǔǨŶű

685 λ AN IVORY-MOUNTED RHINOCEROS HORN STICK. Circa 1900. Of long tapering form, flaring towards the handle, the midsection rhinoceros horn, extending at each end to a long ivory tip and handle, 74.5cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 ƩǫDŽDŽ ƳǁƫƍƇŶű 686 A GILT-METAL-MOUNTED SHAGREEN SWORD AND SHEATH. 68cm long. (2) £800 – 1,200

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688 λ A SILVER-MOUNTED RHINOCEROS HORN WALKING STIICK. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Of elegant tapering form, extending from a metal tip to a silvermounted rounded handle, the silver incised Lord Clinton, Carlton Club, from C.M., 91cm long. Provenance: Formally in the collection of Charles Hepburn-StuartForbes-Trefusis, 20th Baron Clinton (1834 - 1904), apparently a gift from his second wife, Margaret, who he married in 1875. £2,000 – 3,000 Ǭ ƳơƍƇŶű

689 λ A VERY LARGE METAL-TIPPED RHINOCEROS HORN WALKING STICK Circa 1900. The thick and weighty shaft tapering and arching slightly from a wide top, the colour ranging from a deep caramel to chocolate brown, 97cm long, 3.1 diameter, 550g. £6,000 – 8,000 ƩǫDŽDŽ ƳǛøƍƇŶű

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690 A THREE COLOUR CINNABAR LACQUER ‘LOTUS’ FLOWER BOX AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. Of irregular section, the cover carved in varying relief with lotus flowers pods and leafy stems, in ochre, red, and green, on finely carved geometric diaper ground, the sides of the box carved in red with hexagonal floret-diaper, 2 x 9.5 x 4.1cm. (2) £2,000 – 3,000 Ǭǘ ŹƶưǨǖƎ 691 A CINNABAR LACQUER BOX AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The box with deeply rounded sides carved with hexagonal floretdiaper, rising to a wide everted rim shaped into petalled lobes, the infitting domed cover surmounted by a gilt metal finial, the upper rim and cover carved with flowers borne on foliage, 11cm H, 15cm diameter. (2) £300 – 500 Ǭǘ ŹƶǖƎ

692 A CINNABAR LACQUER BOWL. Ming Dynasty. The deeply rounded sides carved with birds on flowering branches borne on flowering branches, 5cm H; 10.5cm diameter. £400 – 600 Nj ŹƶƷ 693 A PAIR OF CINNABAR LACQUER CIRCULAR BOXES AND COVERS. Qing Dynasty. The rounded box and domed cover carved in the form of flowers and fruit on scrolling foliage, 6cm H, 13cm diameter. (4) £1,500 – 2,000 Ǭ ŹƶǖƎǫǝ

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702 A CARVED JADEITE PENDANT. 20th Century. Of rectangular form incised with peaches and lingzhi fungus borne on scrolling foliage, 8.5cm long. £1,200 – 1,500 Ǣ þǛƪDžǧ;ūŠŦ

704 A PAIR OF JADEITE BANGLES. Qing Dynasty. Smoothly worked the colour ranging from apple green to caramel and lavender blue, 8.5cm diameter. (2) £3,000 – 5,000 Ǭ ƪDžƔU

702a TWO JADEITE PENDANTS. 20th Century. One carved as a squirrel clambering over fruits borne on vines of an apple green colour, the other carved as a phoenix, the colour ranging from apple green to caramel, 5cm; 5.5cm long. (2) £600 – 800 Ǣ ƪDžŠŦnjǚ

705 A NUT, CORAL AND LAPIS COURT NECKLACE, CHAO ZHU. 19th / 20th Century. £1,000 – 1,500  / Ǣ /.ä!NǓǣǛƾƝʼn

703 A TOURMALINE SNUFF BOTTLE TOGETHER WITH A GREEN STONE PENDANT. 19th / 20th Century. The snuff bottle naturalistically carved as a finger citron fruit with attendant scroll and a smaller fruit, stopper, the pendant carved as a melon borne on scrolling vine, the string set with a bat-form tourmaline toggle and set with small pearls. (3) £800 – 1,200  / Ǣ ǣǛƾLjǎǜǓƾǧŠŦ

706 A GRADUATED TWENTY-SEVEN BEAD JADEITE NECKLACE 20th Century. 45cm long. £1,000 – 2,000 Ǣ ǢƨʼnƪDžPW 707 A COLLECTION OF JADEITE ITEMS. 20th Century. Comprising a pair of earrings, two fruit-form pendants, a bangle and a ‘lion’ seal, various sizes. (6) £800 – 1,200 Ǣ ƪDžǤŽǫ‰ƈǚ 151


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708 A BLUE AND WHITE VASE. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Of baluster form, the body decorated with a figurative scene, below a band of lappets above the shoulders, 44.5cm H. £800 – 1,200 Ǭ ǣǦǩǠǤǟƙƚń 709 TWO BLUE AND WHITE VASES. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. One of pear-shaped form, decorated to the globular body with a landscape scene, the other a miniature sleeve vase, decorated with a bird on a flowering plum tree branch, 19cm H, 19.5cm H. (2) £500 – 800 ǬǍNJ ǣǦǩ‘S8Œ’ǟǓƹƾǦƏǟǥnjƃ

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712 A BLUE AND WHITE CANDLESTICK. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Raised on a waisted conical-shaped base, decorated well painted with a landscape scene, set with a drip-pan with a band of pendant ruyi heads to the exterior, connected to a sconce by a column decorated with further decorative bands, 19cm H. £1,500 – 2,000 ǬǍNJ ǣǦ°+ 713 A BLUE AND WHITE EWER AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Of pear-shaped form, with bud shaped panels on each side enclosing scrolling foliage against a diaper ground, 19cm H. (2) £800 – 1,200 ǬǍNJ ǣǦŤǜ

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714 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘HUNDRED TREASURES’ JAR. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Decorated with quatrefoil panels enclosing treasures against a crackice prunus ground, wood stand, 20cm H. (2) £300 – 500 ǬǍNJ ǣǦǩŁIJǟƽ 715 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘PRUNUS ICE CRACKLE’ JAR. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. 19cm H. £600 – 800 ǬǍNJ ǣǦǩĚľǨƽ 716 A BLUE AND WHITE JAR AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Decorated to the body and cover with foliate tendrils, the cover surmounted by a seated Buddhist lion, wood stand, 30cm H. (3) £400 – 600 ǬǍNJ ǣǦǩƼǨǖƽƼǗdž

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717 A BLUE AND WHITE VASE, GU. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. The vertically ribbed body decorated with peonies borne on sinuous branches, within a double lobed ruyi head border, 47cm H. £4,000 – 6,000 ǬǍNJ ǣǦčƥǥ

719 A BLUE AND WHITE VASE. Transitional era. Of hexagonal baluster form, decorated with a figurative exterior scene, below a border of lappets enclosing floral foliage, 25cm H. £1,200 – 1,500 NjÒǬę ǣǦǩǠǤƹǂǟƈƛǥ

718 A BLUE AND WHITE ‘BIRD AND FLOWERS’ SQUARE VASE. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Of square section, the tapering body rising to angled shoulders surmounted by a reduced neck, painted to each face with birds, insects and butterflies amongst leafy floral blooms, 24.5cm H. (2) £1,000 – 2,000 ǬǍNJ ǣǦǩ‘ƖGǦƄ’ǟƛǥƼǖ

720 A BLUE AND WHITE LANTERN VASE. Qing Dynasty. The domed body decorated with flower heads among scrolling foliage, wood stand, 24cm H. £1,000 – 2,000 Ǭ ǣǦǩňĬưǨßĴǥ

718a A BLUE AND WHITE ‘PHOENIXES’ VASE. Qing Dynasty. Of baluster form, decorated with phoenixes in flight against a ground of peonies, below a ruyi head border at the rim, 36.5cm H. £600 – 800 Ǭ ǣǦƜǨǥ

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721 A FAMILLE ROSE PUNCH BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. The rounded deeply rounded sides painted and gilded with peonies in a garden, 17cm H, 41cm diameter. £400 – 600 ǬƠƞ ǞǪljǛǩŊļǨŞDžƷ 722 A LARGE FAMILLE ROSE PUNCH BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. The deeply rounded sides raised on a cylindrical foot and decorated with two panels depicting ladies on a garden veranda, the interior with a central roundel enclosing figures and a decorative border below the rim, 14cm H, 33cm diameter. £1,000 – 1,500 ǬƠƞ ǞǪǩƦƲƣƢǟŞDžƷ

723 A FAMILLE ROSE PUNCH BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. The deeply rounded sides raised on a cylindrical foot, and decorated with two panels depicting riverside scenes, one with a figurative group in the foreground, the interior with a central roundel enclosing figures and a decorative border below the rim, 11cm H, 26.5cm diameter. £600 – 800 ǬƠƞ ǞǪǩǠǤƹǂǟŞDžƷ

725 TWO FAMILLE ROSE FOLIATE-RIM JARDINIÈRES. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. The similarly decorated jardinières with deeply rounded ribbed sides rising to an everted foliate rim, the sides decorated with birds and flowers above a rock and trellis filled garden, 25cm H, 41cm diameter; 22.5cm H; 36cm diameter. (2) £400 – 600 ǬƠƞ ǞǪǩĝÔǦƄǨǦƑnjƃ

724 A FAMILLE ROSE ‘FIGURES IN A GARDEN’ PUNCH BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. The deeply rounded sides raised on a cylindrical foot and decorated with two panels depicting ladies on a garden veranda, the interior with a central roundel enclosing figures and a decorative border below the rim, 11cm H, 26.5cm diameter. £600 – 800 ǬƠƞ ǞǪ¸ƦƲƣƢǟŞDžƷ

726 A LARGE FAMILLE ROSE JARDINIÈRE. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong era. The deeply rounded sides rising to an everted rim, above a raised band, the body covered with floral decoration, 36cm; 30.5cm diameter. £1,600 – 1,800 ǬƠƞ ǞǪǩǦƄǨǦƑ

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733 A CARVED JADE ‘LOTUS LEAF’ WASHER. 20th Century. The deep rounded sides rising to a foliate rim, incised with veins, with attendant lotus flowers and a crab, the wood stand carved and pierced in the form of lotus stems, 20cm long. (2) £800 – 1,200 Ǣ ǙǧĤƕƥƊ 734 A CARVED JADE ‘FISH’ WASHER. 20th Century. The fish naturalistically carved lying on its side, with incised scales, the oval lipped rim set into the side of the fish, 15.5 x 9cm. £1,500 – 2,000 Ǣ ǙǧğƥƊ 735 THREE JADEITE PIECES. 20th Century. Comprising a circular trigram pendant, a small saucer dish and a cylindrical pendant, various sizes. (3) £300 – 500 Ǣ ƪDžǤŽǡǚ

736 THREE JADE AND JADEITE PIECES. 19th / 20th Century. Comprising a carving of Guandi, a ribboned snuff bottle and a bell formed pendant, 3cm H. (3) £800 – 1,200  / Ǣ ǙǓƪDžǤŽǡǚ 737 A WHITE JADE BELT SET. Qing Dynasty. Formed as three overlapping flower heads, 11cm long. £600 – 800 Ǭ ƱǙǧƁƅ 737a A SMALL JADE CARVING OF A BUFFALO. Qing Dynasty. Seated with the legs tucked beneath, 6.5cm long. £200 – 300 Ǭ Ǚǧǂà 738 A CARVED JADE ‘THREE FRIENDS’ PANEL. Late 20th / 21st Century. Carved in high relief to depict three scholars drinking wine among rocks among bamboo, pines and flowering plum trees, wood stand, 30cm long. (2) £1,200 – 1,500 ǢǒƉ / Ǣǫ Ǚǧǡqíǚ

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739 A WHITE JADE ‘DRAGON AND PHOENIX’ HANGING VASE. 20th Century. Of flattened oval form, the cover surmounted by a bud finial, incised with a dragon on one side and phoenix on the reverse, suspended by a jade chain to the overhead wood stand, 58cm H. (2) £1,000 – 2,000 Ǣ ƱǙǧǔƜǨĵǥ

741 A CARVED JADE ‘CHILONG’ HANDLED CUP. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The cup with rounded sides slightly waisted below the rim, on a spreading foot, the handle modelled in sharp relief as a chi dragon, a smaller dragon also coiled on the rim, 8cm H. £1,500 – 2,000 Ǭǘ Ǚǧĩǔž

740 A CARVED JADE RUYI PANEL AND BELT HOOK MOUNTED AS A MIRROR. Qing Dynasty. The belt hook forming the handle and the panel forming the back, 23cm long. £3,500 – 4,000 … Wj}ECW>ehFU

742 A RECTANGULAR JADE PENDANT. Qing Dynasty. One side incised with a scholar and attendant beneath pines, the reverse with a calligraphic inscription, all below a pair of confronting chi dragons, 5.5 x 4cm. £1,000 – 1,500 Ǭ ǧķƀź²ǨǙĿ

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744 743 A CARVED JADE OVAL PLAQUE. Qing Dynasty. Incised with two birds frolicking in water below plants, with two further birds flying overhead, 11 x 9.5cm. £300 – 500 Ǭ ǧƏǨǙĿ 744 A JADE CARVING OF LIU HAI. Qing Dynasty. Standing with a three-legged toad below his raised right leg, a rope of cash coins slung over his right shoulder, 7cm H. £100 – 200 Ǭ Ǚǧĉģ

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745 A GLAZED CIZHOU FIGURE. Ming Dynasty, or later. 27cm H. £400 – 600 NjƐƆǒ ŇŌǐǠ 746 A TURQUOISE AND AUBERGINE GLAZED MODEL OF ZHENWU. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Seated on a rectangular throne, one leg raised, beside a snake on the back of a tortoise, 26.5cm H. £4,000 – 6,000 ǬǍNJ ŪǑŐ&*ŜǓŮźǏùñƵĊ

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747 A SILVER-INLAID BRONZE MODEL OF GUANYIN. The figure seated with a scroll raised in the left hand, the elbow resting on a root wood stand, inlaid two character Shi Sou mark to reverse, 29cm H. £1,500 – 2,000 Įơƙƚſ

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749 A LARGE LACQUERED WOOD FIGURE. Ming Dynasty. The standing figure in long flowing robes, billowing in the wind, a vase clasped to the chest, the head slightly lowered with eyes downcast, 81cm H. £1,000 – 2,000 [ *bqtz

748 A LARGE POLYCHROMED WOOD CARVING OF A HORSE AND RIDER. 17th Century. The horse standing with the front right leg raised, the figure facing forward with an article held in his left hand, 97cm H. £400 – 600 „‚ q}5€tgMz

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750 AN ENAMELLED MODEL OF GUANYIN. Qing Dynasty. The figure seated in brightly enamelled flowing robes, 20.5cm H. £200 – 300 Ǭ ǞǪƙƚ 751 A LARGE FAMILLE VERTE MODEL OF A LOHAN. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Seated in a long cloak and wearing a trailing robe, with one hand on the knee the other slightly raised, wood stand, 45cm H. (2) £600 – 800 Ǭ ǞǪėđſ

752 A FAMILLE ROSE MODEL OF GUANYIN. Qing Dynasty. Standing with a scroll enclosed in the left hand, eyes downcast, the elegant robe heightened in famille rose enamels, 51cm H. £1,500 – 2,000 Ǭ ǞǪƙƚ 753 A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE-ENAMELLED AND UNDERGLAZE BLUE MODELS OF LADIES. Republican era. The two ladies modelled in mirror image on a base of lotus plants and waves, standing in flowing robes with a ribbon trailing over the shoulders, each holding open a flower basket, and decorated in underglaze blue and colourful enamels, 33cm H. £800 – 1,200 Ƃ ƦƲǫǝ

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754 A GLAZED TRIPOD CENSER. The rounded body with two horizontal bands, supported on tall cabriole tripod legs, the lipped rim with rounded loop handles, 9cm diameter. £400 – 600 ǡƤƴ 755 TWO SCHOLAR’S ROCKS. One of plain vertical form with gray stone, the other pierced and of irregular arching form, the stone of caramel colour, wood stands, 13.5cm; 18cm H. (3) £300 – 500 òÅƹƾnjǚ

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756 A COLLECTION OF FIVE DREAMSTONE PANELS. Qing Dynasty. The largest 20 x 24.5cm. (5) Provenance: Sotheby’s, 11 June 1997, lot 958 [label] £500 – 800 Ǭ ~"™ÓQƾÚƧ¨ 757 A CARVED ‘ROOT’ BRUSH POT. Qing Dynasty. The gnarled root section rising from a flat foot to a flat rim, the interior hollowed out, 14cm H. £400 – 600 Ǭ ǗǧŢŸ

758 A LARGE ‘ROOT’ BRUSH POT. Qing Dynasty. The gnarled root section of uneven conical form rising from a flat foot to a flat rim, the interior hollowed out, 23cm H. £600 – 800 Ǭ ǗǧŢŸ 759 A YIXING BRUSHPOT. 17cm H, 20cm diameter. £400 – 600 ijŒŜŎŢŸ

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760 AN ENAMELLED GLASS WASHER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century, or later. The clear globular body on a short circular recessed foot, rising to a lipped rim, painted to the exterior with peonies emerging from behind rockwork, 7cm H. £2,000 – 3,000 ǬǘƐƆǒ ŰŏŭǩǦƄǟƊ Enamelled and gilt-decorated clear glass wares are extremely rare, and extant examples exhibit a high level of variation. A Qianlong mark and period circular box and cover published in Arts of the Scholar’s Studio, cat no 95, p 126, has incised floral details infilled with blue pigment and gilt. A glass washer of similar, but more compressed form and decoration, catalogued as Qianlong mark and period, is in the Cheng Xun Tang collection (Treasures of Chinese Glass Workshops, 1997, cat no 23) but has very different consistency and translucency of the coloured enamels. Another washer, of similar form, decorated with plum blossom, but on white opaque glass, and with a Gu yue xuan mark to the base is published as Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop, 2005, cat no 10.10. Other examples of clear glass pieces include those purely decorated in gilt. As such precisely categorising and dating the present piece is difficult, however, it adds to the intriguing variety within glass making.

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761 A BLANC DE CHINE ‘TRIGRAM’ CENSER. 17th Century. Of cylindrical form with flaring sides, moulded around the exterior with the ‘Eight Trigrams’ between horizontal bands in relief, 7cm H, 10cm diameter. £500 – 800 ƨ ƮƬǐǘ‡ǨŸƥƴ 762 AN INCISED YELLOW-GLAZED ‘PHOENIX’ WASHER. Of globular form, rising from a high cylindrical and slightly splayed foot, incised with phoenixes in flight around the body, four character Xuande mark to base, 9.5cm diameter. £500 – 800 ŲǕ¶?ƜǨƊ

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763 A FAMILLE ROSE BOWL TOGETHER WITH A BLUE AND WHITE ‘WAVES’ JAR. 9.6cm diameter, 5.7cm H. (2) £300 – 500 {€mps<]yn 764 A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE ENAMELLED CUPS. The deeply rounded sides of the body decorated with flower heads below a gilt rim, four character Tongzhi mark to base. 6.5 x 4.5cm. (2) £800 – 1,200 ďžǫǝ

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765 A GREEN SGRAFFITO GROUND FAMILLE ROSE CUP. Qing Dynasty. The body decorated with branches of flowers against a green sgraffito ground, the interior of the flaring rim with infitting domed cover with a small circular lipped rim, 7cm H. £300 – 500 Ǭ ŮǕ†œǩǞǪǦƄǨž 766 A COLLECTION OF CELADON AND BLUE AND WHITE CERAMICS. Ming Dynasty, and later. Comprising a blue and white jar, a blue and white ‘horses’ box and cover, two celadon glaze jars and a celadon glazed pear shaped vase. (6) £600 – 800 NjƐƆǒ ǣǏǓǣǦťƗǫƻ

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770 767 A CELADON-GLAZED VASE. The extended globular body rising to a trumpet neck from a flared foot, covered overall with a celadon crackle glaze, six character Qianlong mark to base, 23.3cm H. £200 – 300 ǣǏǥ 768 No Lot

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769 A GREEN-GROUND DRAGON VASE. Qing Dynasty. Of pear-shaped form, decorated with dragons above waves on a green ground among flowers, a blue glazed dragon moulded around the shoulders, 18.5cm H. £300 – 500 Ǭ ŮǕǔǨǥ 770 A BLUE AND WHITE LANDSCAPE VASE AND COVER TOGETHER WITH A FAMILLE ROSE VASE AND COVER. 20th Century. 21cm H. (3) £500 – 800 ~„‚ psoT]:wnm{€wn

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771 A CANTON FAMILLE ROSE DECORATED MOULDED FLOOR VASE. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Of baluster form, the wide shoulders rising to a waisted neck and a trumpet mouth with overhanging foliate rim, body moulded with veiny leaves over the surface, painted in enamels with fierce dragons, qilin, birds and butterflies among peonies and other flowers on a gilt ground, the shoulders set with two gilt-decorated dragons moulded in high relief together with four similar further dragons applied to the neck, 85cm H. £5,000 – 8,000 Ǭ LJǪljǛųŋĨśǦƏǨƵƿǥ

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775 772 A FAMILLE VERTE ‘WARRIORS’ JAR WITH COVER. Of baluster form, the wide rimed domed cover surmounted by a bud-form finial, the exterior of the body decorated with warrior figures on horseback, the cover with a further figurative scene, 44.5cm H. (2) £800 – 1,200 ƧǪمǖƽ 773 A FAMILLE VERTE YENYEN VASE. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Decorated to the lower and upper section with figurative scenes, 46cm H. £500 – 800 Ǭ ƧǪǩǠǤƜôń

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776 774 A FAMILLE ROSE ENAMELLED CELADON-GROUND VASE. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Of baluster-form, rising to a trumpet neck, the body decorated in enamels with butterflies and peonies, the shoulders set with twin mythical beast animal handles, 63cm H. £200 – 300 Ǭ ǣǏǩǞǪǦśǟƿǥ

775 A BLUE AND WHITE YENYEN VASE. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi era. Painted on the lower part with a seated dignitary surrounded by attendants receiving a visiting scholar in a mansion opening onto a terrace, the sharply-flaring neck with a further figurative scene, 46cm H. £500 – 800 ǬǍNJ ǣǦǩǠǤǟƜôń 776 TWO VASES. Qing Dynasty. One a powder blue hu-form vase, with cylindrical handles, enamelled with bronze treasures, wood stand, the other a balusterform blue and white lotus scroll vase and cover, 30cm; 42cm H. (4) £300 – 500 … Dr *See page two for information regarding fees


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780 777 A FAMILLE ROSE VASE. Qing Dynasty. Of baluster form with a trumpet neck, decorated to the body and neck with flowers and rocks, 40.5cm H. £600 – 800 Ǭ ǞǪǥ 778 A FAMILLE ROSE VASE. Early 20th Century. Of baluster form, a raised band encircling the waisted neck below the everted rim, the body decorated with a lady in a garden, 45cm H. £300 – 500 ~„‚ci {€

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781 779 A LARGE FAMILLE ROSE IMMORTALS VASE WITH ELEPHANT HEAD HANDLES. Qing Dynasty. With wide shoulders, waisted at the foot, rising to a tall cylindrical neck, set on either side with elephant handles, the body decorated with a scene of immortals on waves, below lotus scroll on a red ground to the neck and a band of butterflies and flowers around the foot, 58cm H. £3,000 – 5,000 Ǭ ǞǪǩǠǤ3ǟǁƿǥ

779 780 A GILT-DECORATED POWDER BLUE ‘DRAGONS’ VASE. Qing Dynasty, Guangxu period. Gilt-decorated on the blue-glazed body with two five-clawed dragons in pursuit of a flaming pearl, amidst flames and stylised clouds, above a decorative band, the waisted neck is similarly decorated with another dragon below a band of ruyi borders, six character Qianlong mark to base, 38.5cm H. £400 – 600 Ǭ0C ĕƭǕljǛǔǨǥ 781 A SLIP-DECORATED CELADON LANTERN VASE. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong mark and of the period. Decorated around the exterior with birds and butterflies among flowers, six character Qianlong mark to base, 49cm H. £4,000 – 6,000 ǬƠƞ ǣǏ½ƱßĴǥŗŧƵǬƠƞŅóŕŘ 167


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784 782 A FAMILLE ROSE FIGURATIVE DISH. Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Decorated with figures and cranes in a watery landscape, four character Shende tang zhi mark to base, 15cm diameter. ÂŁ400 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 600 ÇŹ Ç&#x17E;ÇŞÇŠÇ Ç¤ĆšÇ&#x201A;Ç&#x;Ƹ 783 A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;DRAGON AND BUTTERFLYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; DISHES. Late Qing Dynasty. Decorated with a central roundel of a forward-facing dragon among clouds and flames, surrounded by butterflies in flight and a band of scrolling foliage set with four quatrefoil panels, six character Guangxu mark to base, 25cm diameter. (2) ÂŁ1,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2,000 Ç&#x2019;ÇŹ NJĨĹ&#x203A;Ç&#x201D;ǨƸǍÇ?

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784 AN EGGSHELL PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE VASE. 20th Century. The wide-shouldered vase rising to a flared rim, finely painted around the body with figures beneath a pine tree beside rocks, opposite a poetic inscription, four character Qianlong mark to base, wood stand. (2) ÂŁ400 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 600 ~Â&#x201E;Â&#x201A; {Â&#x20AC;o`+'` 785 THREE FAMILLE ROSE-DECORATED WARES. Late 20th Century. Comprising a brush pot and two washers, 13.5cm H. ÂŁ300 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 500 Ǣ Ç&#x17E;ÇŞĹĽĆ&#x2014;ÇĄÇ&#x161;

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+WTTMK\QWV Purchased Lots can be collected from the auction room after the sale PI[ MVLML WZ JM\_MMV IU IVL XU ]X ]V\QT KTW[M WN  J][QVM[[ WV the Friday following the sale. Special arrangements may be made for collection on Saturday at CA Ltdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s discretion.

4.3 Taxes The Buyer is responsible for paying VAT on any Lot, above hammer price and Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premium. The rate applicable shall be the legal rate at the date of the sale. /WWL[[]KPI[JWWS[IVLIV\QY]MJWWS[U][QKUIX[IVLKPIZ\[M\KIZM []JRMK\\WbMZWZI\ML>)< 1VILLQ\QWVIVaQUXWZ\\I`M[\PI\UIaJMQVK]ZZML[PITTJMXIQLJa\PM Buyer above hammer price, VAT and Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premium. The present paragraph applies in particular to imports within the United-States and Australia. The Buyer is advised to verify such matters prior to the sale.

4.7 Storage Purchased Lots not collected before 6pm on the day after the sale shall QVK]Z[\WZIOMKPIZOM[WN Â&#x160;XMZ4W\XMZLIaWZXIZ\\PMZMWN+)4\L shall be entitled to retain purchased Lots sold until all sums due have been XIQL\W+)4\L1N IVaX]ZKPI[MLTW\ZMUIQV[]VKWTTMK\MLLIa[IN\MZ \PM[ITM[\WZIOMKPIZOM[[PITT\PMZMIN\MZJMÂ&#x160;XMZLIaIVL+)4\L[PITT in accordance with the Law, have the right to sell the purchased Lot to recover payment of storage charges outstanding. Any balance proceeds of sale received after payment of all sums outstanding and due to CA Ltd shall be held for the account of the Buyer.

)Z\Q[\:M[ITM:QOP\[,ZWQ\LM;]Q\M 4W\[UIZSML_Q\P»)::¼UIaJM[]JRMK\\WITM^a Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or to the artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heir each time a work is resold during the artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lifetime and up to I XMZQWL WN   aMIZ[ IN\MZ \PM IZ\Q[\¼[ LMI\P :WaIT\QM[ IZM KITK]TI\ML on a cumulative sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premium. The royalty does not apply to Lots [MTTQVO JMTW_ \PM [\MZTQVO MY]Q^ITMV\ WN  Ã&#x201A; IVL \PM UI`QU]U ZWaIT\aXIaIJTMWVIVa[QVOTM4W\Q[\PM[\MZTQVOMY]Q^ITMV\WN Ã&#x201A; Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows:

 ;PQXXQVO Any shipping costs that may arise subsequently to the sale shall be at the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expense. Such costs may include but not limited to postage, import and export permits where required and any other licence necessary for goods to be shipped outside of the European Union. +)4\LLWM[VW\Wâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZQV[]ZIVKMNWZ[PQXXQVO0W_M^MZ+)4\LUIa arrange insurance upon the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s request and at the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expense. CA Ltd cannot be held responsible for any damages that may be incurred to goods prior to the fall of the hammer.

Â&#x152;.ZWU\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;-`KMMLQVOÃ&#x201A;  :MUMLQM[NWZVWVXIaUMV\ 1N \PM*]aMZNIQT[\WUISMN]TTXIaUMV\QVKTMIZMLN]VL[_Q\PQV\PM\QUM required as aforementioned, CA Ltd shall be entitled to exercise any one or more of the following rights or remedies additional to such other rights or remedies available: â&#x20AC;¢ To cancel the sale â&#x20AC;¢ To charge interest at 4% per annum above the base rate of Lloyds Bank Plc. â&#x20AC;¢ To resell the Lot on such terms by auction or otherwise entirely at CA Ltdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s discretion. The Buyer will be liable for all costs including legal fees incurred in the sale and will remain liable for any shortfall arising upon sale. Â&#x152;<WWâ&#x20AC;«[Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬M\IOIQV[\IVa[]U[_PQKP+)4\LUIaW_M\PM*]aMZ\PM outstanding sums unpaid by the said Buyer Â&#x152; ?PMZM \PM *]aMZ W_M[ []U[ \W +) 4\L QV ZM[XMK\ WN  LQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\ transactions, to discretionarily apply any sum paid by the Buyer for discharge of any owed sums. Â&#x152;<WZMN][MMV\Za\W\PM*]aMZI\IVaN]\]ZMI]K\QWVIVLWZZMRMK\ IVaN]\]ZMJQL[Ja\PM*]aMZIVLWZ[MMSILMXW[Q\NZWU\PM*]aMZ entirely in the discretion of CA Ltd. â&#x20AC;¢ To exercise a lien over the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s property in the possession of CA Ltd as collateral for any outstanding sums owed and to exercise all the rights and remedies of a person holding security over any such property, whether by way of pledge, security interest or in any other way to the extent permitted by Law. â&#x20AC;¢ To commence legal proceedings for the recovery of the total amount due together with interest, legal fees and costs. â&#x20AC;¢ To take such other action as is permissible by Law and in the discretion of CA Ltd.

!4W[[WZ,IUIOM CA Ltd does not accept liability for loss or damage occurring to Lots after \PM[ITM+)4\L_QTT][MZMI[WVIJTMMâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬WZ\[_PMVPIVLTQVOXIKSQVOIVL shipping of Lots purchased, but shall not be responsible for any loss or damages that may occur whilst the said Lot is in any third partyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s care. +]T\]ZIT/WWL[QUXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ +]T\]ZITOWWL[UIaJM[]JRMK\\WQUXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[=VLMZ EU Regulations related to the trade of cultural goods, export licences may be required for export outside of the European Union if the itemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s value exceeds the EU threshold. Under UK Law, a licence may also be required for intra-EU trade. Licenses are issued by Arts Council England and it is the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s duty to WJ\IQV\PMU;WUMKW]V\ZQM[ZM[\ZQK\\PMQUXWZ\WN [XMKQÃ&#x2026;KK]T\]ZITOWWL[ For example, the United States prohibits the import of pre-Columbian monumental or architectural sculpture or murals, as well as any cultural OWWL[QVXZW^MVIVKMNZWU[WUMKW]V\ZQM[[]JRMK\\WIZUMLKWVÃ&#x2020;QK\[ The Buyer must verify local legislation prior to the sale in order to be assured that import or export is possible. +1<-;QUXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ +MZ\IQVMVLIVOMZML[XMKQM[IZMTQ[\MLQV\PM+1<-;+WV^MV\QWV4Q[\ML [XMKQUMV[IVLIVaXIZ\[WZXZWL]K\[\PMZMWN IZM[]JRMK\\WQ[[]IVKMWN IV export permit when leaving the European Union. )XXMVLQ`1[XMKQM[IZMIT[W[]JRMK\\WQ[[]IVKMWN IXZQWZQUXWZ\XMZUQ\ from the country in which the goods are to be imported. Such permits are necessary before applying for export permits and it is the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s duty to initiate the proceedings with the relevant authority. The Buyer must be aware that certain countries prohibit the import of some species or any parts or products derived thereof. For example, the United States prohibit all import of African elephant ivory, and any item containing parts that may merely resemble African elephant ivory must be accompanied by relevant documentation stating it is not the latter. ?WZSML Q\MU[ \PI\ IZM LI\ML JMNWZM ! IZM M`MUX\ NZWU QUXWZ\ restrictions for intra-EU trade and shall not require export licences. Please be aware that all Lots marked with the symbol Æ&#x20AC;IZM[]JRMK\ \W+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[


4QUQ\I\QWVWN TQIJQTQ\aZMOIZLQVO+1<-;M`XWZ\TQKMV[M[ Where licences are required for importing or exporting outside of the European Union, it is the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s duty to obtain them. CA Ltd cannot be held responsible if the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s application for an export permit is unsuccessful. Subsequently, in the event of failure thereof, CA Ltd shall not permit cancellation or rescission of the sale. ?IZZIV\QM[ CA Ltd does not provide the Buyer with warranties relating to any Lot, unless required by Law. )]\PMV\QKQ\a_IZZIV\a 1V \PM M^MV\ WN  I 4W\ JMQVO [WTL I[ I]\PMV\QK ]VLMZ \PM KI\ITWO]M description and the Buyer provides evidence in the form of a written report by a recognised expert or test results that the said Lot is not, CA Ltd will refund the purchase price. <PM*]aMZ[PITTOQ^MVW\QKM\W+)4\L_Q\PQV LIa[NZWUSVW_TMLOM or any event giving reasons for suspecting that the item is not authentic, and within one year of the said sale. Any claim thereafter shall not be receivable. For the purposes of the present paragraph, authenticity shall JMLMÃ&#x2026;VMLI[\PM[\I\MWN I4W\\PI\Q[OMV]QVMIVLVW\INWZOMZaWZIKWXa 5. ANTIQUITIES AND TRIBAL ART 1UXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[IVLZMO]TI\QWV[ )ZKPIMWTWOQKITOWWL[W^MZaMIZ[WN IOM]VTM[[KW^MZMLJaM`MUX\QWV WN TQUQ\ML[KQMV\QÃ&#x2026;KQV\MZM[\_QTTZMY]QZMIV-=4QKMVKMNWZM`XWZ\\WI third country, regardless of their value. 1\ Q[ ZMKWUUMVLML \PI\ \PM *]aMZ KWV\IK\ \PM -`XWZ\ 4QKMV[QVO =VQ\ at Arts Council England in order to be assured the good is or not of TQUQ\MLIZKPIMWTWOQKITWZ[KQMV\QÃ&#x2026;KQV\MZM[\ Archaeological goods found on United-Kingdom soil or in UK \MZZQ\WZQIT _I\MZ[ W^MZ  aMIZ[ WN  IOM [PITT ZMY]QZM I =3 4QKMVKM regardless of their value and regardless of the export destination. 7\PMZIZKPIMWTWOQKITWJRMK\[ZMOIZLTM[[WN \PMQZWZQOQV_QTTZMY]QZMIV 1VLQ^QL]IT4QKMVKMWZ7/-4LMXMVLQVOWV\PMQZ^IT]M Both European-Union and UK Licences may be required simultaneously NWZ[WUMQ\MU[1\Q[\PM*]aMZ¼[L]\a\W]VLMZ\ISM\PMVMKM[[IZa[\MX[ CA Ltd cannot be held responsible and the sale cannot be cancelled in the event of failure to obtain the relevant licences. 6. JEWELLERY /MU[\WVM\ZMI\UMV\IVLM[\QUI\M[ Many gemstones on the market have been treated so as to augment their appearance, in a reversible or permanent manner. Treatments under the present section may be but not limited to: â&#x20AC;¢ Heat treatment to enhance sapphires and rubiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; clarity and colour Â&#x152;7QTIVLZM[QV\ZMI\UMV\[NWZMUMZITL[IXXTQMLQVLQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\_Ia[\W enhance clarity of the stone â&#x20AC;¢ Staining Â&#x152;1ZZILQI\QWV â&#x20AC;¢ Coating Estimates provided by CA Ltd are deemed to be based on the fact that the OMU[\WVMUIaPI^MJMMV[]JRMK\\WIVa\aXMWN \ZMI\UMV\QV\PMXI[\+) Ltd shall not be responsible in the absence of mention thereof. ) KMZ\QÃ&#x2026;KI\M UIa JM Q[[]ML Ja I TIJWZI\WZa XZW^QLQVO _Q\P LM\IQTML information on the condition of the gemstone and any treatment applied \PMZM\W<PM*]aMZU][\JMI_IZM\PI\LQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\TIJWZI\WZQM[PI^MLQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\ approaches as to the degree or type of treatment for a particular gemstone. 1N  I KMZ\QÃ&#x2026;KI\M IKKWUXIVQM[ \PM 4W\ \PM *]aMZ U][\ JM I_IZM \PI\ Q\ Q[ merely a statement of the laboratoryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opinion and in no way can CA Ltd

JMPMTLZM[XWV[QJTMNWZIVaUMV\QWV[\PMZMQV;]KPKMZ\QÃ&#x2026;KI\M[IZMLMMUML to be delivered with the Lot for informative purposes only. -[\QUI\ML_MQOP\[ 1N I[\WVM¼[M`IK\_MQOP\IXXMIZ[_Q\PQV\PMJWLaWN \PMLM[KZQX\QWV\PM [\WVMPI[JMMV]VUW]V\MLIVL_MQOPMLJa+)4\L1N \PM_MQOP\WN  a stone is stated to be approximate, the stone has been assessed by CA 4\L_Q\PQVQ\[[M\\QVOIVL\PMLMÃ&#x2026;VML_MQOP\Q[I[\I\MUMV\WN WXQVQWV only. This information is given as a guide and bidders should satisfy themselves with regard to this information as to its accuracy. ;QOVI\]ZM[ â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;)LQIUWVLZQVOJa@â&#x20AC;&#x2122;: When the makerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name appears in the title, in Chiswick Auctionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opinion the piece is by that maker. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;) LQIUWVL ZQVO [QOVML @â&#x20AC;&#x2122;: Has a signature that, in Chiswick Auctionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opinion, is authentic but may contain gemstones that are not original, or the piece may have been altered. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;) LQIUWVL ZQVO UW]V\ML Ja @â&#x20AC;&#x2122;: Has been created by the RM_MTTMZ QV +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV J]\ ][QVO [\WVM[ WZ LM[QOV[ supplied by the client. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;5ISMZ¼[ UIZS NWZ @â&#x20AC;&#x2122;: Has a makerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mark which in Chiswick Auctionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opinion is authentic. Some items may include parts or products derived from endangered [XMKQM[[]KPI[Q^WZaWZKWZIT;]KPQ\MU[UIaJM[]JRMK\\WQUXWZ\WZ M`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[;MM[MK\QWVWV+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[NWZUWZMLM\IQT[ 7. CLOCKS AND WATCHES All Lots are sold as seen. Clocks and watches are therefore not deemed to be sold in working condition. Absence of reference thereof in the description does not imply that the Lot is in good condition and _Q\PW]\LMNMK\[WZPI[JMMV[]JRMK\\WZMXIQZWZZM[\WZI\QWV CA Ltd makes no representation or warranty that any clock or watch Q[ QV _WZSQVO WZLMZ )[ KTWKS[ IVL _I\KPM[ WN\MV KWV\IQV Ã&#x2026;VM IVL complex mechanisms, bidders should be aware that a general service, change of battery or further repair work, for which the Buyer is solely responsible, may be necessary. Most clocks and watches are likely to have been repaired in the past, and as a result may include parts that are not original thereto. The United-States restrict the importation of watches such as Rolex, Frank Muller or Corum. Such models can only be imported personally by the Buyer and CA Ltd cannot assist with shipping thereof. Some watches may include leather straps derived from endangered species. Buyers may be required to obtain appropriate permits for QUXWZ\WZM`XWZ\X]ZXW[M[QVIKKWZLIVKM_Q\P+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[ CA Ltd acts in compliance with such legislations and shall take necessary steps where required. Subsequently, watches may be deemed sold without their straps. 8. FURNITURE =XPWT[\MZMLN]ZVQ\]ZMIN\MZ! According to The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulations !  N]ZVQ\]ZM \PI\ _I[ ]XPWT[\MZML IN\MZ \PM [\ WN  2IV]IZa ! Q[ []JRMK\\WZM[\ZQK\QWV[QV\PM=VQ\ML3QVOLWU Exempt upholstered furniture that does not meet such requirements is deemed sold for purely aesthetic purposes.CA Ltd shall not be ZM[XWV[QJTMNWZTI\MZIT\MZI\QWV[\W\PMN]ZVQ\]ZMUISQVOQ\]VÃ&#x2026;\NWZ[ITM 9. FINE ART .QVM)Z\XIQV\QVO[I[QVKT]LMLQV\PMKI\ITWO]MLM[KZQX\QWV »@ ¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ IV I]\PMV\QK work by the artist.


»)\\ZQJ]\ML \W @ ¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ probably a work by the artist. »+QZKTMWN @¼"1V+PQ[_QKS)]K\QWV[¼WXQVQWVQ\Q[I_WZS Ja IV ]VQLMV\QÅML IZ\Q[\ _WZSQVO QV \PM IZ\Q[\¼[ [\aTM IVL L]ZQVO \PM period of the artist’s life. ».WTTW_MZ WN  @ ¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ I _WZSJaIV]VQLMV\QÅMLIZ\Q[\_WZSQVOQV\PMIZ\Q[\¼[[\aTMKWV\MUXWZIZa or near contemporary. »;KPWWTWN @\PKMV\]Za¼"1V+PQ[_QKS)]K\QWV[¼WXQVQWVQ\Q[I_WZS executed in that period and in the style associated with that artist. ».ZMVKP;KPWWT\PKMV\]Za¼"1V+PQ[_QKS)]K\QWV[¼WXQVQWVQ\Q[I_WZS executed in that period and in the style associated with a particular location. »5IVVMZ WN  @¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ I _WZS Ja IV ]VQLMV\QÅMLIZ\Q[\_WZSQVOQV\PMIZ\Q[\¼[[\aTMJ]\I\ITI\MZLI\MIT\PW]OP not of recent execution. »;\aTM WN  @¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ I _WZS Ja IV ]VQLMV\QÅMLIZ\Q[\_WZSQVOQV\PMIZ\Q[\¼[[\aTMIVLWN ZMKMV\M`MK]\QWV »)N\MZ@"1V+PQ[_QKS)]K\QWV[¼WXQVQWVQ\Q[IKWXaJaIV ]VQLMV\QÅMLIZ\Q[\WN IVIUML_WZSJa\PMIZ\Q[\ Lots sold ‘as seen’ or ‘as found’ are deemed to be sold in their present condition, with their faults and defects. The Bidder must be aware that purchase of such Lots is at there own risk.

CA Ltd offers no guarantee as to suitability for drinking of the wine or spirit. The Buyer must be aware of the risk that the taste of a wine or spirit may be altered due to factors such as age, storage conditions, oxidation, etc.

10. ASIAN ARTS

15. SEVERABILITY

1UXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ ?PMVLMITQVO_Q\P)[QIV)Z\[IVLUWZM[XMKQÅKITTa_Q\PQ\MU[UILMWN  exotic wood (e.g. all species of rosewood) or elephant ivory, the Buyer must JM I_IZM WN  QUXWZ\ IVL M`XWZ\ ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ QV IKKWZLIVKM _Q\P +1<-; Regulations. As aforementioned in the Section relating to such matters, QUXWZ\ IVL M`XWZ\ XMZUQ\[ WZ ZMM`XWZ\ KMZ\QÅKI\M[ UIa JM ZMY]QZML >MZQÅKI\QWVTM\\MZ[_QTTJMZMY]QZMLNWZZMM`XWZ\WN _WZSMLZPQVWKMZW[Q\MU[

Whenever and to the extent that any provisions of these terms would or might contravene the provision of any relevant legislation, []KP XZW^Q[QWV Q[ \W \ISM M‫ٺ‬MK\ WVTa QV [W NIZ I[ Q\ UIa LW [W without contravening such legislation and the legality, validity and enforceability of any of the remaining provisions are not in any way \WJMI‫ٺ‬MK\MLWZQUXIQZMLI[IZM[]T\

13. COPYRIGHT CA Ltd shall own the copyright on all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for CA Ltd relating to a Lot, including catalogue contents. Such copyright shall remain at all times the property of CA Ltd. Neither the Buyer nor anyone else shall use the abovementioned materials without the prior written consent of CA Ltd. ;WUM 4W\[ UIa JM []JRMK\ \W KWXaZQOP\ XZW\MK\QWV +) 4\L LWM[ VW\ guarantee said Lots are free thereof. 14. DATA PROTECTION The Buyer agrees that personal information transmitted to CA Ltd may be disclosed exclusively for the purposes of business, or as required by Law. CA Ltd shall not use personal information for any other purpose without the Buyer’s prior consent. CA Ltd never sell, lend or trade in personal data provided by any Bidder.

16. AMENDMENTS .QVM+PQVM[M8IQV\QVO[ +]ZZMV\ [KPWTIZ[PQX QV \PM ÅMTL WN  +PQVM[M 8IQV\QVO[ IVL +ITTQOZIXPa LWM[VW\XMZUQ\]VY]ITQÅML[\I\MUMV\[I[\W\PMI]\PWZ[PQXWZLI\MWN  execution. The limited right of rescission contained in the present terms and conditions does not apply to Chinese paintings. 6W\_Q\P[\IVLQVO QN  _Q\PQV   LIa[ WN  \PM [ITM WN  IVa []KP 4W\ \PM original purchaser gives written notice to CA Ltd that the Lot is a forgery and within fourteen days after giving such notice, the original purchaser returns the lot to us in the same condition as at the time of sale and demonstrates to our satisfaction that the lot is a forgery, CA Ltd will rescind the sale and refund the purchase price received. For this purpose, I»NWZOMZa¼Q[LMÅVMLI[I_WZSKZMI\ML_Q\P\PMQV\MV\\WLMKMQ^M 11. BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS *WWS[IVLUIV][KZQX\[[WTLI[QVKWUXTM\MIZMVW\[]JRMK\\WZM\]ZV[ Printed books may be returned for a full refund only if they prove to be defective in text or illustration. This shall not apply to the absence of blanks, half titles or advertisements, to un-named books or to books sold under the heading of ‘binding’ or ‘bindings’. 12. WINES AND SPIRITS 1VIKKWZLIVKM_Q\PIOZMML[\IVLIZL[QV\PM\ZILMM[\QUI\M[[PITTJM LMMUML\WPI^M\ISMVQV\WIKKW]V\\PMÅTTTM^MT For the purposes of the present Terms and Conditions, the ‘Fill Level’ refers to the space between the base of the cork and the liquid in the bottle. Fill levels may vary with age or depending on the condition of the wine or spirit. Lack of mention thereof in the description is not a representation of IV»IKKMX\IJTM¼ÅTTTM^MTNZWU+)4\L

The current Terms and Conditions may be amended, verbally or in writing, prior to the sale. 17. LAW AND JURISDICTION The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale and the conduct of the auction and any matters related to any of the foregoing shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the Law of England and Wales. .WZ\PMJMVMÅ\WN +)4\LITTJQLLMZ[IVL[MTTMZ[IOZMM\PI\\PM+W]Z\[ WN -VOTIVLIZM\WPI^MM`KT][Q^MR]ZQ[LQK\QWV\W[M\\TMITTLQ[X]\M[IZQ[QVO in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale and Authorship warranty relate or apply. All parties agree that CA Ltd shall retain the right to bring proceedings in any court other than the Courts of England.


SPECIALISTS

20th CENTURY DESIGN 2IUM[6]Z[M0MILWN ,MXIZ\UMV\ james@chiswickauctions.co.uk

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SALE CALENDAR

MAY

30

WEDNESDAY

Modern First Editions, Illustrated Books & Limited Editions

JUNE

05

TUESDAY

Interiors & Design to include a selection of Fine Rugs & Carpets

06

WEDNESDAY

European Works of Art & Clocks

12

TUESDAY

British & European Fine Art with Portrait Miniatures

13

WEDNESDAY

Wine & Spirits

19

TUESDAY

Interiors & Design Silver & Objects of Vertu

20

WEDNESDAY

Post-War & Contemporary Art Urban Art

26

TUESDAY

Summer Jewels Designer Handbags & Fashion


1 Colville Road, London W3 8BL +44 (0)20 8992 4442 info@chiswickauctions.co.uk chiswickauctions.co.uk

Chiswick Auctions Asian Art Catalogue May 2018  

Illustrated sale catalogue

Chiswick Auctions Asian Art Catalogue May 2018  

Illustrated sale catalogue