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A Chinese Blanc-de-chine Cup
  c.1760.

An attractive Chinese Blanc-de-chine cup. The press moulded lobed body applied with leaves,  tendrils and berries (grapes?). Unusually the cup is made in what appears to be a type of soft paste porcelain that is not translucent.  Then applied with a thick creamy glaze. It almost seems like tin glazed earthenware.  Measures 8cm. x 6.8cm. at the rim and 4.2cm. high.  There are no marks. 
  

Condition

There is a small chip to the edge of the rim. a few small losses to the applied leaves and tendrils and some firing cracks.
 

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A Chinese Circular Plaque
20th.Century.

An attractive Chinese circular plaque probably of 20th.Century manufacture. Finely painted with a retreat in a mountainous landscape.  Measures 22.8cm. (9 inches) diameter. It has an impressed mark.

Condition

Good, no damage.  Some slight wear to the enamels.

 

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An Unusual Chinese Bowl.  
c.1760.

A Chinese export porcelain bowl.  Decorated en  grisaille  with  a scene of a lady on an oxen beneath a large tree. The lady is holding a branch in her right hand, a small bird clings to the branch, its wings outstretched. A man followers the oxen holding a long rope attached to a ring in the animals nose  .  The bowl measures 14.7cm. diameter and 6.5cm. high.  Dates from c.1760.  There are no marks.
  

Condition

Unfortunately a little battered. There are several small chips, one filled, and a couple of cracks. An interesting and attractive bowl nonetheless.
 

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A Rare Chinese Armorial Plate.
 c.1725-30.

A rare Chinese Armorial plate.  Superbly decorated in underglaze blue to the rim and cavetto. The centre decorated with a large and impressive coat of arms.  I believe the arms are those of Alexander quartering Bennet. The upper rim has a family crest.
   

Condition

Very badly damage and with old stapled repairs. Some inevitable wear to the enamels and gilding.  Nonetheless an impressive armorial plate that still displays quite well.
   

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