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Waddingtons.ca ASIAN ART ONLINE AUCTION

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Starts: Monday 27 April 2015 at 9am Ends: Thursday 30 April 2015 at 2pm

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On View:Tuesday 28 April 2015 from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm http://asianart.waddingtons.ca/auctions-173/Asian-Art-Online-Auction

1 TOYOKUNI CASTLE INTERIOR

2 TOYOKUNI KABUKI DIPTYCH

3 CHIKANOBU (1838-1912) MEIJI DINNER SCENE

Oban tate-e triptych. Framed, unexamined out of frame, good colours, but sheets appear to be glued together, some minor creases, sight each sheet 13” x 9.1” — 33 x 23 cm.

Oban tate-e diptych. Framed, Unexamined out of frame, but good colours and impression, sight of each 13.2” x 9.1” — 33.5 x 23 cm.

Oban tate-e triptych, dated Meiji 11 (1978). Each sheet framed separately, Unexamined out of frame but excellent colours and impression, sight of each sheet 14” x 9.4” — 35.5 x 24 cm.

Shin hanga woodblock print, image with sun damage and staining; some fading to colours; bottom, left and right margins slightly trimmed, 15.9” x 10.7” — 40.5 x 27.1 cm.

$150—200

$50—100

6 TOSHI YOSHIDA (1911-1995) TWO VEIWS

7 KAWANO KAORU (1916-1965) SMALL BIRD (B) Shin hanga woodblock print, signed, titled in Japanese and English, and numbered 73/100 in pencil. Framed, unexamined out of frame, appears to be in excellent condition, image 17.7” x 11.4” — 45 x 29 cm.

Provenance: Purchased from the Timothy Eaton Co., Toronto.

‘From the Ryogoku Bridge’, Showa 14 (1939), and ‘Iidabashi’, Showa 14, (1939). Each framed. TOGETHER WITH F. Fujita (1933- ) Red Leaves, 1978, signed, dated, numbered 7/200 by the artist. Framed, Each unexamined out of frame but appears to be in excellent condition. sight of sheet for Ryogoku 19 x 25.5 cm; sight of sheet for Red Leaves 20 x 20 cm, sight of sheet of largest 7.7” x 10.2” — 19.5 x 26 cm.

7A LARGE MIXED-METAL BRONZE VASE, MEIJI PERIOD, LATE 19TH CENTURY

$200—300

$100—150

$100—150

4 HIROSHI YOSHIDA (18761950) HIROSAKI CASTLE

$150—250

5 HIROSHI YOSHIDA (18761950) TWO VIEWS Both Shin hanga woodblock prints, ‘Chikugo River’ (1927) and ‘Hirokawa Bridge’ (1929). Framed, both framed and laid down to card backing. Fading to images, but in good condition. Margins slightly trimmed, largest sheet 15.4” x 10.2” — 39 x 26 cm.

$300—400

Finely cast in relief with samurai, pine branch, and prunus blossom, height 21.1” — 53.5 cm. Provenance: Property from a Toronto Estate. $800—1,200


8 TWO BRONZE VASES, TAISHO PERIOD, EARLY 20TH CENTURY The larger, of baluster shape with smooth undecorated sides; the other with patterns of flora and fauna TOGETHER WITH an enameled square-form bowl, tallest height 8.7” — 22 cm.

9 CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PLATE, MEIJI PERIOD, CIRCA 1900 With a wide rim and shallow interior decorated with a dragonfly and garden scene, diameter 11.8” — 30 cm.

10 KO-KUTANI FIGURE OF MONJU BOSATSU, EDO PERIOD, 18TH/19TH CENTURY Seated on a Buddhist lion, the Buddhist deity dressed in long patterned robes and resting his hands on a sword, height 9.6” — 24.5 cm.

$200—300 $500—750

11 IMARI FLORAL DISH, EDO PERIOD, 18TH CENTURY The interior design of floral lozenges and blue flowers bordering a central lotus roundel with four butterfly kamon and a vase of flowers, the exterior with chrysanthemum branches, minor wear to enamels, diameter 8.7” — 22.1 cm. Provenance: Purchased at Waddington’s December 5, 2011, lot 32.

$100—150

$250—350

12 GROUP OF ASSORTED JAPANESE PORCELAIN Including: seven satsuma wares consisting four saucers, two cups, and lidded cup; pair of small Imari vases; blue and white foliate bowl, largest diameter 7.5” — 19 cm. $100—150

13 UNUSUAL SATSUMA MOON FLASK, SIGNED, 19TH CENTURY With a short neck rising from the rounded rectangular body decorated with figural scenes on either side, one depicting a scholar fishing beneath a pine tree, the other with two warriors, the whole raised on a tall spreading foot, height 11.2” — 28.5 cm., signed $300—400

14 SATSUMA TEA SET, CIRCA 1910

15 PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PLATES PLATES, MEIJI PERIOD, CIRCA 1900

Decorated with dragons and arhats, the set including six cups and saucers, a teapot, covered creamer and sugar bowl, In good condition, no condition issues noted, tallest height 7.5” — 19 cm.

The larger, an Arita landscape plate; the smaller a transferware ‘mountain and rising sun’ plate, both in good condition, largest diameter 11” — 28 cm.

$200—300

$80—120


16 SMALL CABINET WITH STAND, KOREA, MID 20TH CENTURY

17 GANKHUYAG NATSAG (1961) TSAM SHANAG

18 GANKHUYAG NATSAG (1961) TSAM MASK KHANGARID

The rectangular case with varied metal mounts including butterfly shape, and fitted with a single cabinet door, opening to a hallow interior, all above a low original wooden stand, 24” x 25.6” x 12.2” — 61 x 65 x 31 cm.

Polychromed papier-mâché ritual hat with flaming decoration, Minor wear, total height 20.9” — 53 cm.

Polychromed papier-mâché mask, Minor wear, total height 11” — 28 cm.

$300—400

Provenance: Lot 17-21: Estate of Neil Cole, Toronto. Note: The Mongolian black hat for a magician.

Provenance: Lot 17-21: Estate of Neil Cole, Toronto. Note: The Mongolian garuda, winged mount and messenger for the gods. $50—100

19 GANKHUYAG NATSAG (1961) TSAM MASK TSAGAAN MAKHGAL Polychromed papier-mâché mask with metal decoration on chin and cheek, Minor wear, total height 19.7” — 50 cm. Provenance: Lot 17-21: Estate of Neil Cole, Toronto. Note: The Mongolian white mahakala.

$50—100 $50—100

20 GANKHUYAG NATSAG (1961) TSAM MASK SUREN ULAAN SAKHIUS Polychromed papier-mâché mask, Minor wear, total height 21.7” — 55 cm. Provenance: Lot 17-21: Estate of Neil Cole, Toronto.

21 GANKHUYAG NATSAG (1961) TSAM MASK NAMSRAI

22 LARGE THANGKA OF VAJRADHARA, FIRST-HALF 20TH CENTURY

Polychromed papier-mâché mask, Minor wear, total height 19.7” — 50 cm.

Depicting vajradhara with consort surrounded by green and white Tara as well as other deities, minor loss to pigments and age wear of textile, 65” x 45.3” — 165 x 115 cm.

Provenance: Lot 17-21: Estate of Neil Cole, Toronto.

23 WOOL DRAGON CARPET, TIBET, CIRCA 1900 The indigo ground with two sinuous dragons, one brown and one green, each chasing a flaming pearl above waves and surrounded by clouds, all within brocaded borders, Minute loose threads, overall good condition, 64.2” x 98.4” — 163 x 250 cm.

$1,000—1,500 $100—150

Note: The Mongolian red mahakala.

Note: The Mongolian vaishravana, the god of wealth.

$50—100

$50—100


24 CLOTH SKIRT AND SHAW, INDONESIA, MID-20TH CENTURY

25 SILVER FILIGREE HINDU TEMPLE, MID-20TH CENTURY

Embroidered with stylized designs of birds and flowers, longest length 192.9” — 490 cm.

The eight-tiered temple with four entranceways and myriad towers, all assembled from silver wire, and with a large dome at the summit. Wood base. Box and cover, in good condition. temple affixed to base, temple 3.9” x 8.1” x 8.1” — 10 x 20.5 x 20.5 cm.

$100—150

26 PAIR OF SILK KESI PANELS, QING DYNASTY

27 LADY’S INFORMAL JACKET AND RED SKIRT

Each depicting soldiers on horseback below a band of precious antiques. Framed, unexamined out of frame and are fragments, sight 14.6” x 8.7” — 37 x 22 cm.

The dark blue silk jacket embroidered with floral bands along the front and continuing on the neck and sleeves TOGETHER WITH a red skirt with butterfly and flora design, Minor wear, length 38.4” — 97.5 cm.

$300—400 Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto. $50—100

$300—400

28 CHINESE SCHOOL EMBROIDERY OF DAMO Depicting Damo wearing long red robe with calligraphy, unexamined out of frame, 28” x 21.1” — 71.2 x 53.5 cm. $100—150

29 SILK EMBROIDERED LONGEVITY PANEL, MID20TH CENTURY Depicting the longevity god Shoulao with deer underneath a canopy of pine, in good condition. unexamined out of frame, 31.5” x 15.7” — 80 x 40 cm. $100—150

30 GROUP OF FOUR EMBROIDERED TEXTILES Each embroidered with scenes of flora and fauna, thread on silk ground, loose threads and some fraying, longest length 23.4” — 59.5 cm. $400—600

31 GROUP OF FOUR SILK GROUND EMBROIDERED PANELS Each with thread on silk ground; three depicting auspicious objects, the fourth with a figural scene, loose threads and some fraying, longest length 19.3” — 49 cm. $400—600


32 ROSEWOOD CARVED ARMCHAIR, MID-20TH CENTURY

33 PAIR OF ROSEWOOD CARVED ARMCHAIRS, MID20TH CENTURY

Raised on four thick legs, each of rectangular section and terminiating in a tapered foot, the square seated flanked by curving armrests and backed by a wide backsplat carved with a ‘shou’ roundel, 38.2” x 21.3” x 18.9” — 97 x 54 x 48 cm.

Each with a flat rectangular seat inset with a floating panel and backed by a wide, subtly curving backsplat surmounted by a scrolling crestrail terminating in cloud-form ends, the whole supported on four straight legs joined by low stretchers on three sides, 41.7” x 23.2” x 16.7” — 106 x 59 x 42.5 cm.

Provenance: Purchased from Pao & Moltke Toronto in 1994. $300—400

Provenance: Purchased from Pao & Moltke Toronto in 1994.

34 FOUR ROSEWOOD AND MARBLE INLAY ARMCHAIRS, MID-20TH CENTURY Of square form and with reticulated back splat containing a red veined marble panel, 40.6” x 22.8” x 16.1” — 103 x 58 x 41 cm. Provenance: Purchased in Hong Kong during the 1960’s.

35 PAIR OF HARDWOOD SIDE TABLES Raised on four tall slender legs, each of rectangular section and terminiating in hoof form feet joined together with a floating shelf, the rectangular top inset with recessed floating panel TOGETHER WITH a hardwood stool, 30.1” x 15.4” x 15.2” — 76.5 x 39 x 38.5 cm. $100—150

$200—300

$400—600

36 LARGE HARDWOOD SQUARE-FORM TABLE

37 FOUR PIECE BRONZE ALTAR SET, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

With a decorated apron carved in openwork surrounding four sides of the overhanging flat square-form table, the whole supported on four straight legs terminating in subtle scrolling feet, 34.4” x 36.4” x 36.4” — 87.5 x 92.5 x 92.5 cm.

The vases with phoenix handles, minor wear, height 5.7” — 14.4 cm.

$200—300

$50—75

38 BRONZE BOX AND COVER Of compressed oval shape with a domed cover and inverted “C” form handle, the top incised with a landscape scene, width 12” — 30.5 cm. $50—80

39 LARGE FACETED CLOISONNE VASE Of hexagonal shape with scrolling vines of gourds, flowers and butterflies against a sky blue ground, the faceted sides raised on a tall spreading foot, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, height 23” — 58.5 cm. $600—800


40 TWO BRONZE RECUMBENT DEERS

41 SET OF THREE SEATED DEITIES

Each of recumbent position and looking back, moulded with brocade textile saddle on back, largest height 28.1” — 71.5 cm.

Each raised on a double lotus pod and backed by a large aureola, two in the form of Guanyin, the third Buddha, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, tallest height 6.5” — 16.5 cm.

$150—250

42 ATTRIBUTED TO GAO JIANFU (1879-1956) PLUM FLOWERS

43 HE TANG (20TH CENTURY) THREE FISH

Ink and colour on paper, dated 1935, 43.7” x 12.6” — 111 x 32 cm.

Ink and colour on paper, cyclically dated 1994, 37.8” x 23.2” — 96 x 59 cm.

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

$100—150

$300—400

47 STYLE OF ZHAO SHAO’ANG (1905-1998) SPARROW

$300—400

44 CHEN QINGKUANG (1929- ) LONGEVITY CRANE

45 WU XUN (1920-2000) TIGER

46 WU XUN (1920-2000) TIGER

Ink and colour on paper, 25.6” x 15.2” — 65 x 38.5 cm.

Ink and colour on paper, cyclically dated 1982, 29.9” x 21.3” — 76 x 54 cm.

Ink and colour on paper, 30.3” x 15.9” — 77 x 40.5 cm.

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate $300—400

$300—400

Ink and colour on paper, creases and areas of foxing, 13.6” x 16.7” — 34.5 x 42.5 cm. Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

$300—400 $100—200


48 AFTER SONG MEILING (18972003) ORCHID

49 AFTER GUAN SHANYUE (1912-2000) PEONY

Ink on paper, 18.9” x 9.8” — 48 x 25 cm.

Ink on paper, some creases and areas of staining, 12” x 12” — 30.5 x 30.5 cm.

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

50 STYLE OF FAN ZENG (1938- ) CALLIGRAPHY

51 AFTER GUI DIAN (1867-1958) CALLIGRAPHY

Ink on paper, cyclically dated 1998, 11.7” x 42.1” — 29.8 x 107 cm.

Ink on paper, minor creases, 23.6” x 12.6” — 60 x 32 cm.

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

$600—800

$200—300

55 TAI KANG (20TH CENTURY) BIRDS GROUP PAINTING

$400—600 $200—300

52 CHINESE SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY) CALLIGRAPHY

53 CHINESE SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY) GOLDFISHES

54 CHINESE SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY) LADY

Ink on paper, slight creases and area of toning, 26.4” x 26.6” — 67 x 67.5 cm.

Ink and colour on silk, signed and sealed Guang Hua, some areas, 18.3” x 19.9” — 46.5 x 50.5 cm.

Ink and colour on paper, 28.3” x 17.5” — 72 x 44.5 cm.

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

$200—300

$300—400

Provenance: Lot 42-54: Chinese Scroll Paintings from a Hong Kong Estate

Ink and colour on silk, cyclically dated 1968, good condition, 54.3” x 26” — 138 x 66 cm. Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector

$200—300 $200—300


56 CHINESE SCHOOL HEAVENLY DAOIST SCENE

57 CHINESE SCHOOL PLUM FLOWERS

Ink and colour on silk, good condition, 50” x 25.6” — 127 x 65 cm.

Ink and colour on paper, signed Yang, cyclically dated 1985, 33.5” x 17.3” — 85 x 44 cm.

Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector

Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector

$200—300

58 SEN FU (REPUBLICAN PERIOD) PINK FOREST Ink and colour on silk, cyclically date 1908, some horizontal creases, 32.3” x 15.4” — 82 x 39 cm. Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector

$200—300 $300—400

59 ZHANG YOUTING (REPUBLICAN PERIOD) FISHERMAN AND ATTENDANT Ink and colour on paper, cyclically dated 1922, very minor repairs but overall good condition, 40.6” x 16.9” — 103 x 43 cm. Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector $500—700

60 CHINESE SCHOOL FOUR PAINTINGS, 19TH/20TH CENTURY

61 STYLE OF DONG BAI (LATE 19TH CENTURY) BAMBOO

Each ink and colour on paper. Includes a cicada and lotus; leaves and rockery; a woman by the window; and a fisherman, some with minor wear, worm damage, and creases, largest 52” x 12.6” — 132 x 32 cm.

Ink and colour on paper, minor creases and repairs, 31.5” x 11.4” — 80 x 29 cm.

Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector

Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector $200—300

62 QIANG (MID-20TH CENTURY) FINGER PAINTING OF SPARROW AND ROCKERY Ink and colour on paper, good condition, some areas of minor restoration, 51.2” x 13” — 130 x 33 cm. Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector $600—800

$400—500

63 SONG FENG TING (EARLY 20TH CENTURY Ink on paper, cyclically dated 1916, good condition, 48.8” x 11.8” — 124 x 30 cm. Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector $200—300


64 AFTER WENG LUO (17901849) GRASSHOPPERS AND MILLET

65 STYLE OF ZHAO ZHIQIAN (19TH CENTURY) AUSPICIOUS STILL LIFE

66 AFTER REN XUN (1835-1893) SCHOLAR AND ATTENDANT

Ink and colour on paper, good condition, 7.5” x 9.8” — 19 x 25 cm.

Ink and colour on paper, minor repairs but fairly good condition, 63” x 15.7” — 160 x 40 cm.

Ink and colour on paper, some repairs to central top area, minor creases throughout, 43.7” x 11.8” — 111 x 30 cm.

Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector

Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector

Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector

$200—300

$200—300

$200—300

67 YU ZHIDING (REPUBLICAN PERIOD) SCHOLAR AND ATTENDANT Ink and colour on paper, cyclically dated Kangxi 1721, some minor staining and minor repairs to sheet, 51.6” x 12.6” — 79 x 38 cm. Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector $200—300

68 AFTER GU (FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY) MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPE Ink and colour on paper, cyclically dated 1941, very minor creases, 36.2” x 16.5” — 92 x 42 cm. Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector $300—400

69 CHINESE SCHOOL CHRYSANTHEMUM Ink and colour on paper, some minor creases, 41.7” x 12.6” — 106 x 32 cm. Provenance: Lot 55-69: Late Qing and Republican Period Chinese Painting from a Private Hong Kong Collector $200—300

70 CHINESE SCHOOL PAIR OF PROCESSIONS ON SILK, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

71 CHINESE SCHOOL FIVE ‘LANDSCAPE’ ALBUM PAGES

Ink and colour on silk, Unexamined out of frames but in good condition; the smaller sight 23 x 64 cm, larger sight 11” x 29.5” — 28 x 75 cm.

Ink and colour on silk, 7.5” x 8.3” — 19 x 21 cm.

$100—150

$150—200


72 AFTER ZHAO SHAO’ANG (1905-1998) YELLOW BIRD Ink and colour on paper, Image 12.8” x 14.8” — 32.5 x 37.5 cm.

73 CHINESE SCHOOL EMBRACING COUPLES

74 CHINESE SCHOOL PAIR OF EROTIC SCENES

75 TWO EXPORT PITH PAPER PAINTINGS, 19TH CENTURY

Ink and colour on paper. Framed, unexamined out of frame; overall good condition, sight 8.5” x 7.3” — 21.5 x 18.5 cm.

Ink and colour on silk. Framed, unexamined out of frame; overall good condition, sight 6.6” x 5.5” — 16.7 x 14 cm.

$400—600

$400—600

Both depicting fruit vendors. Framed, One with horizontal crack through the image, the other with horizontal crack through the bottom. The smaller measures 14.5 x 23.7 cm, larger 5.6” x 7.9” — 17.5 x 27 cm.

$300—400

Provenance: With The Isaacs Gallery Toronto label $100—150

76 THREE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PLATES $200—300

77 LARGE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE SEATED DOG Of large size and modeled in an upright seated pose, the canine wearing a bell around its neck, in good condition, height 20.9” — 53 cm. $100—150

78 PAIR OF LARGE EXPORT MANDARIN ROSE VASES AND COVERS Of baluster form with bulging shoulders and figural scenes reserved on opposing sides of the body, each with a domed cover topped with a gilt fu-dog finial, in good condition, height 19.3” — 49 cm. $200—300

79 PAIR OF LARGE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE EAGLES Each of the large birds rendered with a ferocious expression and perched on a rocky plinth, Very minor wear, but overall in good condition, height 187” — 47.5 cm. $200—300


79a TWO BLUE AND WHITE ‘KRAAK PORSELEIN’ CHARGERS, 16TH/17TH CENTURY Each of a barbed rim, decorated to the centre with a planter and birds perched on rockwork amongst blossoming branches within a border of lappet-shaped panels enclosing precious objects, largest diameter 12.6” — 32 cm. $1,500—2,000

80 EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JAR, KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722)

81 EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE TEA CUP, KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722)

Of ovoid form with hidden footring and various scrolling bands along the tapering sides. Wood cover, footrim worn but in excellent condition, height 6.3” — 16 cm.

Supported on a slightly splayed foot decorated with a double blue line border, the tall sides rise towards an everted rim, three large lotus sprays containing a central bloom and swirling leaves painted along the exterior, no condition problems noted, height 3.4” — 8.6 cm.

Provenance: Blue and White Chinese Porcelain from the Estate of Eleanor Frances Moorhouse, Toronto. Purchased from Frank Crane from the ‘Hundred Antiques’ between 1970-1973. $400—600

82 BLUE AND WHITE DISHES AND CUPS, KANGXI PERIOD Each painted in deep shades of underglaze blue, with central medallion enclosing various floral sprays and petal-shaped panels at the rim, minute chips, overall good condition, largest diameter 6.2” — 15.7 cm. $600—700

Provenance: Blue and White Chinese Porcelain from the Estate of Eleanor Frances Moorhouse, Toronto. Purchased from Frank Crane from the ‘Hundred Antiques’ between 1970-1973. $300—400

83 BLUE AND WHITE STEMBOWL AND TEAPOT, 19TH CENTURY OR EARLIER

84 BLUE AND WHITE EXPORT BOWLS, 19TH CENTURY

Both painted with deep cobalt blue, the teapot decorated with auspicious bats and clouds, the stembowl with scrolling lotus and leaves, good condition, largest height 5.1” — 13 cm.

Each with medallion decorations and pavilion landscape patterns, the largest bowl painted with a Chinoiserie European figure in the centre, overall good condition, largest diameter 9.7” — 24.7 cm., fourcharacter mark ‘you guan zhuan zhi’

$300—400

$300—400

85 GROUP OF EIGHT BLANCDE-CHINESE FIGURES, 20TH CENTURY

86 GROUP OF THIRTEEN ASSORTED SNUFF BOTTLES, 19TH/20TH CENTURY

Rendered as the eight Daoist immortals, each figure carrying their attribute and covered in a warm white-grey glaze, tallest height 5.5” — 14 cm.

Four blue and white; four glass; and five assorted hardstone, one blue and white bottle with losses; only 4 with stoppers; the rest in generally good condition, tallest height 2.7” — 6.8 cm.

$100—150 $150—200


87 FOUR FAMILLE ROSE SNUFF BOTTLES, QIANLONG MARK

88 WHITE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE

Two of flask form, one double bottle form, and one bottle form, each with painted figures. One coral stopper, four stoppers missing; overall good condition, tallest height 2.8” — 7.2 cm., Qianlong mark to base of each

Of rounded shape and carved with an all-over pattern mimicking bamboo stalk TOGETHER WITH five jade pendents including three with mythical beasts, one with prunus, one with a scholar and deer, tallest height 2.6” — 6.5 cm.

$150—200

$300—500

89 IVORY CARVED FIGURE, CIRCA 1940

90 THREE IVORY CARVINGS, CIRCA 1940’S

Of tusk form and rendered as a standing fisherman holding his catch. Affixed to wood stand TOGETHER WITH small red lacquer fu-lion, early 20th Century, ivory figure: minor cracks along the face and front side of the figure; fu lion: crack on the base (front and back) and on the body of the fu-lion, tallest height 10” — 25.5 cm.

One rendered with a scene of a lion and bird; two as forward-striding elephtnas TOGETHER WITH Six Jadeite Napkin Rings, tallest height 4.7” — 12 cm. $100—150

Provenance: Private Toronto Collection Note: This item contains material that is protected under CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species). Please review your country’s import and export laws before bidding on this item. Obtaining the appropriate permits is the responsibility of the client. $300—400

91 PAIR OF WOOD AND SILK CLOTH PUPPETS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Each dressed in richly embroidered clothing and with removable heads, both in good condition with some minor wear and staining to clothes; heads are intact with minor losses of pigment; hat attachments to male is loose, tallest height 19.7” — 50 cm. $100—150

92 TWO DRAGON FORM BELTHOOKS

93 LARGE AGATE CARVED SHEEP

94 MINIATURE AGATE CARVED BAMBOO

Each similarly carved with a ferocious dragonhead hook and smooth curving shaft, no condition problems noted, longest length 5.5” — 14 cm.

Carved in the round as a recumbent sheep with its legs tucked beneath its muscular body, width 5.5” — 14 cm.

Modeled from translucent white stone with warm russet inclusions along the top and rendered in the form of a bamboo stalk, height 3.1” — 8 cm.

$400—600 $50—100

$200—300


95 ROCK CRYSTAL FIGURE OF GUANYIN, REPUBLICAN PERIOD Carved in the round as a figure of standing Guanyin holding a ruyi sceptre. Affixed to wood stand, height 6.9” — 17.5 cm.

96 MOTTLED WHITE JADE BIXIE

97 WHITE JADE MONKEY PEBBLE

98 HARDSTONE FIGURE OF LI BAI

The polished white-grey stone with brown inclusions carved in the round as a sinuous bixie perched in a recumbent position, width 4.9” — 12.5 cm.

The smooth pebble form stone of white colour and carved in the round as a monkey wrapped in a large leaf, height 2” — 5 cm.

Rendered in a reclining pose, the bearded figure resting against a large vase, width 6.5” — 16.5 cm. $60—80

$150—200 $300—400

$200—300

99 THREE JADE ANIMALS

100 FIVE CELADON JADE PLAQUES

101 SPINACH JADE PENDANT OF A MYTHICAL BEAST

Each of rectangular shape with rounded corners, two with figural scenes, two with village landscapes, the fifth with Chinese junk, tallest height 2.6” — 6.7 cm.

Rendered from even spinach green jade in the form of a stylized bear TOGETHER WITH five jade pendants, tallest height 2.4” — 6 cm.

One carved as a water buffalo; one a chilong; one a fu-lion, widest width 3.1” — 8 cm. $200—300

102 FOUR JADE PENDANTS Each of large size; one in the form of a ruyi-head with lotus carved along the front; one with reticulated butterfly designs; one with a dragon; one with an auspicious character, widest width 3.9” — 10 cm.

$300—500 $200—300

$300—500


103 FOUR CARVED CALLIGRAPHY JADE PLAQUES Two carved with figural scenes, one with the ‘three abundances’, one with lotus; each with calligraphy on the reverse, tallest height 3” — 7.5 cm.

104 SIX-PIECE JADE SCHOLAR’S DESK SET

105 GROUP OF THREE JADE CARVINGS

106 HARDSTONE CENSER AND COVER

Each rendered from jade and decorated with branches of prunus including a brush, brush rest, brushwasher, ink stone, paperweight and stand, longest length 6.7” — 17 cm.

Including: a bangle, carving of a mythical beast in a crouched position, a reticulated ‘dragon’ pendant, no condition issues noted, longest length 3.1” — 8 cm.

With sharp edges, the flat sides decorated with scrolling floral patterns and the whole supported on bracket feet, the cover topped by a fu-lion finial. Wood stand, width 6.3” — 16 cm.

$200—300

$400—600

$100—150

$600—800

107 GROUP OF THREE MOTTLED HARDSTONE ARCHER’S RINGS Two smooth and uncarved, the third with archaistic characters incised along the exterior, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, largest diameter 1.4” — 3.5 cm.

108 TWO CARVED HARDSTONE BELT BUCKLES

109 GROUP OF TWO HARDSTONE CARVINGS

110 RED LACQUER BASKET, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

Each of rounded rectangular form and carved with archaistic designs along the curved top, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, longest length 3.5” — 9 cm.

One rendered as a peach form brusher washer, carved in high relief with a chilong to one side; the other, a peach flanked by a bat and mythical beast, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, widest width 2.2” — 5.5 cm.

Of squat baluster form surmounted by a tall handle carved with peonies and together with a cover composed of two separate parts, vertical age cracks along the lower portion of the body, height 14.8” — 37.5 cm.

$200—300 $300—400

$100—120 $200—300


111 RED LACQUER BASKET, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

112 RED LACQUER BASKET, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

113 ROSEWOOD CIRCULAR STAND

With a handle carved in openwork rising from the oval-shaped body, together with a removable latched cover, vertical age cracks along the body, width 13” — 33 cm.

With a goose form handle emerging from one side of the tapering circular body and together with a fitted removable lid forming a flat top, minor rubbing and 8.5cm horizontal crack on cover, otherwise generally in good condition, height 15.7” — 40 cm.

Of hexagonal form and raised on six short legs rendered to support a circular base TOGETHER WITH 2 huali tall stands, tallest height 16.1” — 41 cm.

$100—120

114 GROUP OF 82 WOOD STANDS All of varying shape and design including 17 plate stands and 65 assorted circular and square stands, largest interior diameter 6.3” — 16 cm. $100—150

$300—500

$100—120

115 GROUP OF TWENTY-TWO CHRISTIE’S CATALOGUES HONG KONG Nov 20, 2011, Part I & II; Masterpieces of the Enameller’s Art from the Mandel Collection, May 30, 2012; Nov 28, 2012; Fine Chinese Furniture from Private American Collections, Nov 28, 2012; NEW YORK Auspicious Treasures Selections from the Robert H Blumenfield Collection, March 22, 2012; March 22/23, 2012, Part I & II; Luminous Perfection: Fine Chinese Mirrors from the Robert H Ellsworth Collection, March 22, 2012; Sept 12/13, 2012, Parts I and II; In Pursuit of Knowledge: Asian Art Reference Books Including Selections from the CT Loo Library, Sept 13, 2012; Sept 19/20, 2013, Part I & II; A Collecting Legacy: Fine Chinese Jade Carvings from the Lizzadro Collection, Part II, Sept 19, 2013; March 20/21, 2014, Part I & II; The Min Fanglei, Mar 20, 2014 LONDON Nov 8, 2011; Important Rhinoceros Horn and Jade Carvings, Nov 8, 2011; May 15, 2012; PARIS Jun 12, 2012. $200—300

116 PAIR OF MOULDED GOURD MEIPING JARLETS Each with bulging rounded shoulders tapering towards a narrowed foot and moulded with scrolling vines and lotus throughout, minor wear, height 3.9” — 10 cm. $100—200

117 TWO YING SCHOLAR ROCKS

118 OLIVE TONE SCHOLAR ROCK

Each of similar naturalistic form, the vertically oriented grey stone with white striations throughout. Wood stands, In good condition, tallest height 12.8” — 32.5 cm.

Of rounded rectangular form, the horizontally oriented stone of olive green tone with slight brown gradient inclusions throughout. Wood stand, In good condition, width 5.3” — 13.5 cm.

Provenance: Chinese Scholar Objects from a Toronto Collector. Purchased in Hong Kong during the 1980’s.

Provenance: Chinese Scholar Objects from a Toronto Collector. Purchased in Hong Kong during the 1980’s.

$200—300 $100—150


119 SOAPSTONE CARVED MINIATURE MOUNTAIN Decorated with a continuous scene of two figures in a mountainous landscape surrounded by bamboo and rockery, the stone of a warm caramel colour with darker inclusions along the base, height 2.8” — 7.2 cm.

120 BAMBOO WATER BUFFALO AND MONK GROUP, REPUBLICAN PERIOD Rendered in a seated pose on top of a water buffalo, the monk dressed in loose robes and reading a book, height 6.9” — 17.5 cm.

121 SOAPSTONE FIGURE OF A SEATED LOHAN, SIGNED

122 HORN CARVED LION GROUP, REPUBLICAN PERIOD

Carved in a seated pose with one leg raised and the other tucked beneath, the figure dressed in loose robes decorated with designs of leaves and miniature inset coral and turquoise beads, height 4.1” — 10.5 cm.

Rendered as a group of three lions with the adult astride a rocky plinth and one of the cubs playfully resting on its back, the third recumbent and curled beneath the larger beast, in good condition; some age cracks on the larger lion’s forhead, height 4.9” — 12.5 cm., two inscribed seals.

$300—400 $300—500

$400—600

$150—200

123 LARGE IVORY HU BAN Of rectangular shape, the curving surface smooth and uncarved to reveal the natural graining, length 18.7” — 47.5 cm. $600—800

124 YIXING TEAPOT, SIGNED ‘XI DA BING’

125 SMALL ROSEWOOD BRUSHPOT

126 HUALI DOCUMENT BOX, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

With design of dragons on the exterior and the cover, small chip to bottom foot rim, length 7.2” — 18.2 cm., base and cover with impressed maker’s mark

Of cylindrical form and carved with Chinese calligraphy along the smooth exterior rising towards an everted rim TOGETHER WITH a small cabinet with removal front and pull out drawers, tallest height 7.5” — 19 cm.

The rectangular shaped box with smooth, flat sides and hinged cover, age cracks along the base, some shrinkage to cover panel, especially the back section; colour and patina a very even dark honey tone, 2.6” x 12” x 6.4” — 6.5 x 30.5 x 16.3 cm.

$100—150 $350—400

Provenance: Chinese Scholar Objects from a Toronto Collector. Purchased in Hong Kong during the 1980’s. $100—150


127 TWO CHINESE LEATHER STORAGE BOXES Each covered with lacquered leather, decorated with medallion pattern and double happiness, Age wear, come with 1972 receipt, largest 7.3” x 16.7” x 7.3” — 18.5 x 42.5 x 18.5 cm. $200—300

128 TWENTY INK CAKES Signed Cao sugong and with hallmarks, largest height 7.9” — 20 cm. Provenance: Lot 128-132: Chinese Scholar Art from the Estate of Wong Yick-Ho (1923-2011), Hong Kong

129 TWENTY-FIVE SMALL INK CAKES Set of ‘yu qiao geng du’, and the rest signed Cao sugong and hallmarks, height 3.8” — 9.7 cm. Provenance: Lot 128-132: Chinese Scholar Art from the Estate of Wong Yick-Ho (1923-2011), Hong Kong

130 SEVENTEEN INK CAKES Signed Rui youshi and Tie zhaiweng, largest height 5.5” — 14 cm. Provenance: Lot 128-132: Chinese Scholar Art from the Estate of Wong Yick-Ho (1923-2011), Hong Kong $100—200

$100—200 $100—200

131 TWENTY INK CAKES

132 NINETEEN INK CAKES

Signed Guangxu Cao sugong and with hallmarks, largest height 4.9” — 12.5 cm.

Signed Kangxi and Cao sugong, largest height 5.5” — 14 cm.

Provenance: Lot 128-132: Chinese Scholar Art from the Estate of Wong Yick-Ho (1923-2011), Hong Kong

Provenance: Lot 128-132: Chinese Scholar Art from the Estate of Wong Yick-Ho (1923-2011), Hong Kong

134 GROUP OF ASSORTED ASIAN ITEMS

Of large size and rectangular form, carved in high relief with a ferocious dragon, height 9.6” — 24.5 cm.

Including: three shekwan figures, two depicting scholarly figures, the third a fisherman; a bronze jue; fossilized fish group mounted in a frame, tallest height 9.1” — 23 cm.

$150—200

$200—300 $100—200

$100—200

133 CARVED INKSTONE AND BOX


135 POTTERY ELONGATED MEIPING VASE

136 CIZHOU-TYPE MEIPING ‘LION’ VASE

Of slender proportion with a small opening emerging from the shoulders and tapering undecorated body, height 15.4” — 39 cm.

Of elongated tapering ovoid form with three quatrefoil reserves on the sloping body including a dragon, fulion, and tiger, all surrounded by brocade balls, 2.5 cm breakage along the foot rim; base drilled., height 20.3” — 51.5 cm.

$150—250

137 LARGE SANCAI GLAZED ‘IMMORTALS’ DISH, MING DYNASTY The shallow sides rising towards a wide rim and decorated with a warrior riding a mythical beast along the interior, diameter 10.8” — 27.5 cm.

138 PAIR OF SANCAI GLAZED JARS Each with squat bodies and funnel neck, a thick orange and green glaze throughout, wear to glaze, height 4.4” — 11.1 cm. $300—400

$300—500

$150—250

139 BLACK GLAZED TEA BOWL With an uneven rim and shallow interior, the rounded sides covered in a black glaze and supported on a tall foot, diameter 7.1” — 18 cm. $300—400

140 TORTOISE SHELL GLAZED TEA BOWL

141 YUEYAO GLAZED INCENSE CONTAINER, MING DYNASTY

With steep sides rising towards a wide rim, the whole supported on a narrow foot and covered in a tortoise shell glaze throughout falling slightly short of the base, diameter 6.4” — 16.2 cm.

Supported on a flat base, the bulging body with rectangular opening on one side of the rounded body and surmounted by a domed top, height 13.4” — 34 cm.

$300—400

$400—600

142 JIZHOU STENCIL CUT TEA BOWL With phosphatic glaze throughout, the interior with three stencil cut designs, no condition problems noted, diameter 4.4” — 11.1 cm. $400—600


143 DING TYPE WHITE GLAZED DRAGON BOWL With a wide rim and shallow interior, the cavetto decorated with a sinuous dragon bordered by scrolling vines and peony bursts, diameter 7.6” — 19.2 cm.

144 LONGQUAN CELADON BOWL, POSSIBLY MING DYNASTY Heavily potted with the tall sides rising gently towards a flared rim and supported on a straight foot, the whole covered in an even celadon glaze, diameter 6.1” — 15.6 cm.

$300—400 $400—600

145 BLUE GROUND BALUSTER FAHUA VASE

146 LARGE FAMILLE VERTE ‘FIGURAL’ JAR AND COVER

Decorated with a dragon and phoenix on either side of the body, the rounded shoulders surmounted by a tall neck rising towards a rectangular form rim and flanked on either side with elongated dragon form handles, the whole supported on a spreading, stepped foot

The bulging sides tapering towards a narrowed waist and supported on a spreading foot, the body continuously decorated with a figural scene including immortals arriving by boat, the domed cover similarly patterned and topped by a lotus finial, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, height 17.9” — 45.5 cm.

$600—800 $200—300

147 PAIR OF DOUCAI FLORAL CUPS, XUANTONG MARK

148 PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE ‘FIGURAL’ BRUSHPOTS

Each with thinly potted sides rising towards an everted rim and decorated with scenes of rockery, all supported on a tall foot, diameter 2.4” — 6.2 cm.

Of cylindrical form with tall sides rising towards an everted rim and decorated with a continuous figural scene with a lady greeting a visiting official, diameter 8.1” — 20.5 cm.

$400—600

$400—600

149 BLUE AND WHITE ‘FU LU SHOU’ BOWL

150 TWO BLUE AND WHITE PLANTERS, REPUBLICAN PERIOD

$200—300

The first, with tall sides rising towards a wide sloping rim and decorated withstylized vines and flora; the other, with an archaistic band surrounding the bulging waist TOGETHER WITH a famille rose planter, widest diameter 9.3” — 23.6 cm. $200—300


151 BLUE AND WHITE CIRCULAR SEAL PASTE BOX AND COVER, 19TH CENTURY

152 CORAL GROUND YENYEN VASE, LATE QING DYNASTY

Of ciruclar shape with a domed cover decorated with a pair of confronting dragons surrounding a flaming pearl amid scrolling clouds, the base with a band of breaking waves bordering the short raised foot, diameter 4.1” — 10.3 cm.

Supported on a tall spreading foot, the globular body with scenes of flora and fauna surrounding the rounded sides and surmounted by a short neck opening towards a wide rim, some rubbing to enamels but generally in good good condition, height 15” — 38 cm.

$200—300

$300—400

155 TWO PORCELAIN TEAPOTS, 18TH/19TH CENTURY

155A YELLOW GROUND FAMILLE ROSE LANDSCAPE VASE, QIANLONG MARK, CIRCA 1960

The larger, famille rose and of stout cylindrical shape with twisting handles formed as branches, decorated with all-over floral designs; the other, with a bulbous body and painted with peonies and scrolling vines, Famille rose teapot: spout restored, restoration along the rim and shoulder approximately 7cm wide, chips and losses to glaze throughout; blue and white teapot with small chip to spout, widest width 8.5” — 21.5 cm. $50—100

With fu-lion handles and two large landscape roundels on the body, height 15” — 38 cm., six-character Qianlong mark $400—600

153 SMALL BROWN GLAZED BRUSHWASHER, QIANLONG MARK

154 FAMILLE ROSE ‘SEVEN DRAGONS DISH’, LATE QING DYNASTY

Of subtle quatrefoil shape and modeled in the form of a basket, the exterior covered in an even brown glaze, no condition problems noted, width 2.8” — 7.1 cm., four-character Qianlong mark

Depicting seven multi-coloured dragons on a sky ground, with central flaming wheel, chip to edge and 4 cm hairline crack at 2 o’clock; two more hairlines 2.5 and 3 cn at 5 and 6 o’clock, height 3.4” — 8.6 cm.

$100—150

$100—150

156 MATCHED PAIR OF LARGE FAMILLE ROSE PLANTERS

157 PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE ‘LADIES’ VASES

Each with a bulging body and similarly decorated with a dense millefleur pattern against a dark black ground, a wide flat rim to the top, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, largest diameter 16.7” — 42.5 cm.

Each of elongated baluster form with rounded shoulders tapering towards a narrowed base and the whole surmounted by a tall funnel neck, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, height 18.1” — 46 cm.

$300—400

$300—400


158 FAMILLE ROSE ‘DEER’ BOWL Thinly potted with steep sides rising towards a wide rim, the cavetto with floral patterns, and the exterior continuously decorated with deer in a landscape scene, overall good condition; no condition issues noted, diameter 7.3” — 18.5 cm., four character Qianlong mark

159 FAMILLE ROSE PANEL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

160 FAMILLE ROSE BUTTERFLY PANEL, REPUBLICAN PERIOD

Painted with a sage and young attendant. Framed, rubbing to enamels; frame would have fit into a table stand; unexamined out of frame, 14.6” x 9.4” — 37 x 24 cm.

The quatrefoil panel enameled with pastel tones and depicting a group of butterfly in a garden, width 10.6” — 27 cm.

$150—200

$300—400

162 PAIR OF LARGE FAMILLE ROSE HEXAGONAL FIGURAL VASES, REPUBLICAN PERIOD

163 PAIR OF LARGE IRON RED FU-LION VASES, REPUBLICAN PERIOD

164 HEXAGONAL FAMILLE ROSE ‘AUSPICIOUS FRUITS’ VASE, CIRCA 1950

Each of ‘double longevity’ scene, depicting several immortals including Liu Hai and his three-legged toad, height 22” — 55.8 cm.

Painted with iron red with calligraphy, depicting a female lion with her cubs, height 23.6” — 60 cm., signed ‘Jiangxi Huang Ji’

Painted with peony, Budda’s hand, pomegranate, floral designs, and calligraphy, age wear and 6 cm chip to the rim, height 15.9” — 40.5 cm., signed ‘Liu Xingfa’

$600—800

$600—800

161 FAMILLE ROSE BOYS PANEL Depicting 25 boys at play. Wood frame, unexamined out of frame but appears to be in good condition, 29.3” x 8.5” — 74.5 x 21.5 cm. $80—120

$150—200

$150—250

165 FAMILLE ROSE FIGURE OF A STAR GOD, LU Rendered in a standing pose, the figure dressed in long dragon robes and holding a ruyi sceptre in one hand, height 18.7” — 47.5 cm. $150—200


166 PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE STEM CUPS, REPUBLICAN PERIOD $200—300

167 GROUP OF FIVE CHINESE PORCELAIN WARES Including: a pair of ladies, figure of seated Guanyin, a rectangular-shape planter raised on four bulging legs, a hexagonal bowl decorated with floral brocade patterns along the exterior, tallest height 10.4” — 26.5 cm.

168 FAMILLE ROSE ‘HISTORICAL FIGURE’ WINE EWER, 19TH CENTURY

169 LARGE FAMILLE ROSE BALUSTER VASE

Of cylindrical shape spreading towards a wide base with a curving C-form handle to one side, the exterior with two historical figures surrounded by ‘100 antiques’, together with a fitted cover, width 5.7” — 14.5 cm.

The ovoid body surmounted by a tall cylindrical neck rising towards a wide rim and covered in a dense floral pattern throughout surrounding scenes of flora and fauna reserved along the exterior, height 24.4” — 62 cm.

$200—300

$200—300

173 LARGE FAMILLE ROSE MILLEFLEUR BOWL, QIANLONG MARK, REPUBLICAN PERIOD

$200—300

170 FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN TEAPOT

171 FAMILLE ROSE ROULEAU VASE

172 LARGE FAMILLE ROSE BOWL, YONGZHENG MARK

Of globular form with a scholar and attendant on one side, width 7.1” — 18 cm.

Supported on a spreading foot, the elongated body surmounted by a cylindrical neck and wide flat rim, peaches and bats decorate the exterior throughout, minor wear to edges, height 11.4” — 29 cm.

The tall sides rising steeply towards a wide rim and brightly enameled along the exterior with a garden scene including two plump quails perched on a rocky plinth, no condition problems noted, diameter 9.1” — 23 cm., four-character Yongzheng mark

$50—80

$400—600

$400—600

Supported on a tall straight foot, the sides rising steeply towards the smooth rim and decorated with a dense millefleur pattern along the exterior, the interior with an even tursquoise glaze. Wood stand, diameter 8.9” — 22.5 cm., sixcharacter Qianlong mark $400—600


174 FAMILLE ROSE MILLEFLEUR GINGER JAR AND COVER, STUDIO MARK, MID-20TH CENTURY Of large proportion with tall sloping sides covered with well patterned butterflies over a dense floral ground, in good condition, height 12.6” — 32 cm., six-character studio mark ‘Yee qian tang long nian zhi’ $200—300

175 FAMILLE ROSE BUTTERFLY VASE, JIAQING MARK The garlic form head flanked by curving handles and rising from a rounded body enameled with designs of peonies and butterflies, all supported on a hidden footring, height 12” — 30.5 cm., stamped sixcharacter Jiaqing mark

176 GREEN GROUND FAMILLE ROSE BUTTERFLY VASE, JIAQING MARK With an elongated neck rising from the globular body and decorated with all-over designs of peonies and butterflies against a forest green ground, height 15.7” — 40 cm., stamped six-character Jiaqing mark to base

$80—120 $80—120

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Asian Art Online Auction | Apr. 27 - 30, 2015  

Asian Art Online Auction | Apr. 27 - 30, 2015