Asian and Islamic Ceramics and Works of Art
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A Chinese blue and white porcelain ginger jar and cover, mark of Kangxi but late 19th century, the stout ovoid body painted with lotus, underglaze blue four character mark to base, height 23cm (star crack to base).
Hammer price: £130
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A small group of Chinese celadon jade carvings, 19th century and later, comprising a cat and kitten, length 4.8cm, a butterfly pendant, a chilong pendant, a disc (bi) of flowerhead form, the articulated centre carved in low relief with taijitu symbol, diameter 6cm, and a circular shallow bowl.
Hammer price: £750
A Chinese brass mounted hardwood rectangular dressing table box, late 19th century, the exterior carved in relief with dragons and vapours, the hinged cover revealing a mirror, the double hinged front with brass lock plates and mounts, opening to reveal drawers and compartments, on a plinth base, the front with carved foliate frieze, length 40cm, height 23cm.
Hammer price: £1,200
A pair of Chinese Swatow provincial blue and white porcelain circular dishes, 19th century, each painted with flower baskets, diameter 26.2cm.
Hammer price: £32
A Japanese parquetry inlaid and lacquer table-top cabinet, Meiji period, the serpentine front and sides inlaid with geometric decoration, fitted with a pair of doors flanked by an arrangement of eight drawers, the lacquered interior with two shelves, on turned feet, height 26.5cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £220
A Japanese Imari porcelain vase, Meiji period, painted with flowers, height 21.7cm, together with a pair of similar dishes, diameter 21.3cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £25
Yoshijiro Urushibara (1888-1953) - a Japanese polychrome woodblock print, titled 'Marigold', signed in pencil to margin, titled label verso, 28cm x 21.5cm, framed and glazed.
Hammer price: £180
A Chinese famille verte enamelled crackle glazed porcelain vase, 20th century, the swollen cylindrical body painted with a pair of ornamental pheasants, tree, rocks and flowers, beneath a ruyi head collar and peony spray to flared neck, height 55cm.
Hammer price: £300
A Japanese bone inlaid lacquer rectangular panel, Meiji period, depicting a father and son beneath a blossoming branch, 45cm x 28.5cm, together with a similar smaller panel and an Indian sadeli ware photograph frame, height 24.4cm (some faults).
Hammer price: £30
A Chinese green glazed porcelain teacup and saucer, 20th century, each moulded in low relief with a dragon amidst scrolling tendrils beneath key fret borders, iron red six character mark to bases, total height 6.1cm, together with a Chinese yellow ground bowl and plate and three Chinese famille rose decorated vases.
Hammer price: £70
A Chinese famille rose porcelain jar, early 20th century, of ovoid form, decorated with figures, ox and trees, opposing lines of black text, height 27cm, with wood cover, together with a Chinese Canton famille rose enamelled celadon dish, late 19th century, decorated with birds, butterflies and flowers, diameter 25cm.
Hammer price: £100
A pair of Chinese carved hardwood figures of maidens, early 20th century, each modelled standing with wire inlaid decoration, height 38cm (minor chips).
Hammer price: £110
A Chinese hardwood framed table screen and stand, 20th century, the rectangular frame enclosing a silk embroidered panel depicting a bird perched on a pine branch above blossoming prunus, on a transparent fine silk ground, iron red stitched seal mark to lower corner, the hardwood stand with carved and pierced scrollwork decoration, height 32cm.
Hammer price: £50
A Japanese blue and white porcelain single-handled bottle vase, Meiji period, the globular body, flared neck and circular foot painted with flowers and scrolls, underglaze blue nine character mark to base, height 18.5cm.
Hammer price: £30
A pair of Japanese brown patinated bronze two-handled vases, Meiji period, each ovoid body cast in relief with birds and flowers on mask and tongue tripod legs and circular base, height 18cm.
Hammer price: £80
A pair of Japanese antimony photograph frames, early 20th century, each cast in relief with dragons coiled around a Shinto shrine torii, height 24cm.
Hammer price: £90
A Chinese porcelain bowl, four character mark of Qianlong but 20th century, of cylindrical form, the exterior enamelled with a continuous riverside scene of the eight horses of Muwang amidst rocks and trees, opposing ten black painted characters and three red seals, blue enamelled four character mark to base, diameter 23cm.
Hammer price: £650
A Chinese Thai market pre-Bencharong famille rose export porcelain plate, Qing dynasty, enamelled with flowers, birds and scrolling foliage on a green ground, diameter 24.7cm (minor rim chip), together with another export porcelain plate, Qianlong period, painted with flowers, diameter 23.7cm (hairline crack and rim chips).
Hammer price: £60
A Chinese Yixing stoneware teapot and cover, 20th century, of rectangular bell form, one side decorated in relief with four lines of characters, impressed mark to base and cover interior, height 12cm.
Hammer price: £50
A Chinese porcelain rectangular planter, early 20th century, the sides painted with opposing figural panels, reserved against an iron red ground filled with green lotus flowers and scrolling tendrils, unmarked, length 23.5cm.
Hammer price: £220