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A Superb Chinese Vegetable Tureen.
Early 19th.Century.

A Chinese yellow ground vegetable tureen and cover. Decorated with stylised scrolling foliage and flowers with quatrolobed reserves of landscapes on the cover and base. The base with a four character Hall mark in iron red enamel. Measures 28.8cm. by 23cm.(11.3 inches by 9 inches and 12cm. (4.75 inches) deep including finial.
 

Condition

Good. Some wear to the enamels and gilding particularly to the upper rim.  No cracks or repairs.
 

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   A Nanking Cargo Teabowl & Saucer 
 c.1750

A Chinese Eggshell porcelain teabowl and saucer from the famous Nanking cargo. Decorated with a typical lakeland scene in underglaze blue.  The saucer measures 10cm. diameter.  The bowl 5.2cm. diameter and 3.6cm. high.

Condition

There is a little restoration to fritting on the rim of both pieces. Typical saltwater erosion to the glaze.

 

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A Chinese Famille Rose Plate.
 c.1730-40

An Attractive Chinese export porcelain plate dating from the Yongzheng or early Qialong period. Finely painted in famille rose enamels. The rim decoration is particularly attractive with whorl patterns , lotus flowers and floral reserves in bright enamelspatterns The back undecorated and unmarked.  Measures 22.7cm. diameter.

Condition

Good.  Some fritting to the rim, mainly to the back edge.  One small retouched small chip to the front edge. No cracks .

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A Chinese Imari Bowl. 
c.1720-30.
 

A Chinese export porcelain bowl.  Dating from the early 18th.Century.  Charmingly decorated in the Imari palette with a lady and child in a ornamental garden, with a lotus pond and swimming ducks.  The 'Jumping Boy' appears to be holding a toy wind powered spinner. Measures 20cm. diameter.  The bowl has no marks.


   

Condition

Old repairs.  There are two cracks from the rim.  Both cracks are secured with a single staple that was probably added in the 19th.Century.  The damage and repairs are not to noticeable.  Remarkably the brown enamelled rim is free from chips and has only a couple of tiny glaze frits. Some inevitable wear to the gilding.
   

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