Asian and Islamic Ceramics and Works of Art
Thu, 22nd February 2018
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A Chinese rock crystal diminutive vase, Qing dynasty, of fattened spade form, carved with archaistic and lappet bands beneath a pair of mask and tongue handles, height 8.7cm (lacking cover, one handle damaged and chips to rim), together with another rock crystal vase, carved in high relief with a bird and flowers, height 11.5cm (lacking cover and faults).
Hammer price: £50
A collection of sixteen Chinese wood stands, mostly 20th century, including two rosewood stands with pierced aprons on scroll legs, heights 12cm and 8.5cm (some faults).
Hammer price: £100
A Japanese Satsuma earthenware teapot and cover, Meiji period, thickly enamelled and gilt with an iron red ground ruyi head border, filled with gilt Tokugawa mon and scrolling chrysanthemum and tendrils, flanked by a dragon form handle and spout, unsigned, height 16.5cm.
Hammer price: £280
A Chinese celadon glazed circular dish, Ming dynasty, the centre carved in low relief with peony and leaves, within a foliate moulded rim, diameter 31cm.
Hammer price: £300
A Chinese archaistic gilt bronze and cloisonné Fang-Ding censer and cover, probably late Qing dynasty, the rectangular body decorated with polychrome archaistic motifs divided by flanges to sides and corners, raised on four dragon-shaped legs, the similarly decorated cover with pierced gilt dragon-ball finial, flanked by a pair of upright handles, height 34.5cm, length 21.5cm.
Hammer price: £3,000
A pair of Chinese celadon glazed porcelain vases, late Qing dynasty, each ovoid body beneath a flared neck, height 39cm.
Hammer price: £700
A Chinese jade oval plaque, finely carved and pierced to each side with a dragon amidst crashing waves, the stone of pale celadon tone, length 8.6cm.
Hammer price: £600
A Chinese famille verte porcelain circular dish, Kangxi period, painted with a lotus pond, underglaze blue lozenge mark within double ring to base, diameter 34.4cm (rim chips and minor hairline to rim).
Hammer price: £550
A large Chinese export silk embroidered sectional panel, 19th century, the cream silk ground worked in coloured threads with a design of a central blossoming tree, the branches supporting a lantern and birdcage, with birds flying about and perched within, above two peacocks, other birds and flowers, within a border of further birds, flowers and trees, 230cm x 234cm (some faults).
Hammer price: £3,400
Two Thai Rattanakosin gilt bronze figures of Buddha, probably 19th century, each modelled seated on a three-tier dais, heights 17cm and 14.5cm (some faults).
Hammer price: £130
A Chinese celadon jade table screen and hardwood stand, probably early 20th century, the gourd shaped panel carved in low relief to each side with two characters within a carved and pierced border of bats and vapours, the hardwood stand with carved stylized scroll decoration and pierced boxwood panel, on a rectangular base with carved foliate apron, height 29.5cm.
Hammer price: £1,100
A Chinese single row necklace of one hundred and eight turned wood spherical beads, possibly Chen Xiang, with four larger blue glass spherical spacer beads, the front hung with green hardstone bead and gilt metal mounted blue glass pendant tassels, total length approx 160cm.
Hammer price: £600
A Chinese famille rose ruby-backplate, Yongzheng style but later, the centre painted with a scene of a seated maiden accompanied by two attendant boys, framed by a trellis and cell diaper rim with gilt lotus vignettes and dragon roundels, unmarked, diameter 22.9cm.
Hammer price: £400
A Chinese cloisonné water coupe/brushwasher, mark of Qianlong but probably later, the compressed globular body decorated with a design of polychrome lotus and tendrils on a turquoise ground, beneath a blue ruyi head collar, the gilt base decorated in relief with a band of scrolls, on three ruyi head feet, incised four character mark to base, height 5.7cm.
Hammer price: £1,200
A group of four Chinese Thai Market Bencharong ware small circular tazze/footed dishes, late Qing dynasty, each with famille verte type floral decoration, diameters 13.5cm and 10cm (minor rim chips).
Hammer price: £32
A Chinese agate child's bangle, 20th century, of faceted circular form, diameter 6.5cm, two agate bangles (both broken), and three various pendants.
Hammer price: £25
A Chinese Ming-style blue and white porcelain saucer dish, mark of Qianlong but modern, the centre and underside of rim painted with lotus blossom and scrolling lingzhi tendrils, underglaze blue pseudo seal mark to base, diameter 19.8cm.
Hammer price: £440
A Chinese blue and white export porcelain circular dish, Qianlong period, the centre painted with peony and bamboo, within an iron oxide dressed floral and trellis rim, diameter 38.8cm.
Hammer price: £480
A Chinese bronze brush washer, of squat circular form, the sides cast with three gilt chilong, indistinct mark to base, diameter 6cm.
Hammer price: £55
A Japanese Imari porcelain vase, Meiji period, the shouldered tapering body decorated with variously shaped panels of flowers, butterflies and birds, against a ground of trees, rocks and birds, height 56cm (cracked and repaired).
Hammer price: £750