30th November 2017
A Chinese Imari export porcelain decagonal dish, early 18th century, the centre painted with pavilions in a coastal landscape, the segmented rim filled alternately with bamboo and pine and red capped cranes and dragons, the underside of rim with underglaze blue meandering scroll, diameter 24cm, together with a Chinese 'clobbered' blue and white vase, Kangxi period, the cylindrical body painted in underglaze blue with panels of flowers, later embellished in red, green and pink on a gilt ground, height 12.2cm (repaired rim).
Hammer price: £80
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