A Fine Mughal-Style White Jade Bowl, 18th/19th Century ܈҈ك܈ԜӮ夵 ደ᮷ේୗጮሳڰᜰ夿Ꮹ Carved from translucent white stone with slight celadon tinge and occasional cloud inclusions, the body revealing foliate scrolls in shallow relief, the sides raising to an everted rim and supported on a neatly cut foot rim, diameter 4.2 in — 10.6 cm
A Mughal-Style Celadon Jade Marriage Bowl, 18th/19th Century ደ᮷ේୗᶆሳ᭐ᵦᇐԄᘦᏩ The shallow dish with gently scalloped sides, the body reticulated with lush peony blooms and scrolling vines, flanked with openwork peony handles, together with 19th century hardwood stand, width 8.9 in — 22.5 cm
A Marble-Inlaid Hardwood Table Screen, 19th Century ๙્य़ቘᎪઊໟ The marble texture evocative of a classical Chinese mountain landscape, inset within a reticulated frame stand on four legs, embellished with dragons and spinning pearls, natural age cracks to wood, 24.4 x 17.5 in — 62 x 44.5 cm
Provenance: Acquired from Beijing in the 1900s, as part of the collection of an important BritishCanadian family.
Provenance: From the collection of Robert Noakes International, Toronto $1,500—2,500
A Small Taihu Scholar’s Rock 䄓ਁ夿ၹ།Ꭺଷ昧ॡდᎪ搕Ꭺ The porous stone tastefully set into an incense stone basin carved with ‘shou’ character, height 10.2 in — 26 cm
A Red River Scholar’s Rock 夺မᎪઊৼ䢽կ The stone exhibiting stratified streaks of orange, brown, and black, si!ing on a carved hardwood stand, height 6 in — 15.2 cm
Waddington's Asian Art Auction - June 9 -14, 2018