Asian and Islamic Ceramics and Works of Art
Thursday, 20th June 2019
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A Chinese famille rose enamelled porcelain teapot and cover, late Qing dynasty, of vertically ribbed bell form, painted and gilt with figures and flowers beneath a metal overhead swing handle, unmarked, height 13.5cm.
Hammer price: £3,000
A Chinese Canton export ivory brisé fan, late 19th century, the pair of guards carved in relief with figures in village scenes, the eighteen sticks similarly decorated with pierced and low relief decoration, length 19.3cm.
Hammer price: £220
A Japanese Imari porcelain vase, Meiji period, the stout ovoid body painted and gilt with four Buddhistic lions amidst peonies on an iron red ground, beneath a simulated brocade collar and neck, unmarked, height 36.5cm.
Hammer price: £130
A Chinese famille rose porcelain wine cup and saucer, Yongzheng period, each piece painted with a female flautist seated beside a yellow deer with flower basket, rocks, lingzhi and peonies, diameter of saucer 10.5cm.
Hammer price: £260
A Chinese incised and stained blue and white porcelain cylinder vase, late Qing dynasty, the body finely incised with a group of seated children flying two kites from a garden terrace, as a female attendant and child look on, within underglaze blue borders, unmarked, height 28.5cm.
Hammer price: £950
A Chinese iron rust glazed porcelain ovoid jar, Qing dynasty, covered in a lustrous reddish-brown glaze with iridescent black flecks, height 13cm, with carved and pierced hardwood cover and stand.
Hammer price: £900
A Chinese wire inlaid bronze scholar's table vase, Qing dynasty, of upright baluster form and lozenge section, finely inlaid with dragon-headed bats in clouds, inlaid two character Shisou mark to base, height 17cm.
Hammer price: £2,200
A Chinese polished bronze censer, mark of Xuande but Qing dynasty, of cylindrical form with reeded rim and ruyi head border, flanked by a pair of cast Buddhistic lion mask handles, raised on three short feet, cast six character mark to base, height 7.8cm, diameter 10.7cm.
Hammer price: £700
A small group of Chinese jade carvings, Qing dynasty and later, comprising a pale celadon jade buffalo pendant, carved in a recumbent pose, chewing a lingzhi branch, length 3.8cm, a white jade recumbent puppy, length 4.7cm, a jadeite peach pendant, length 4.1cm, a jadeite Buddhistic lion pendant, length 2.5cm, and a pale celadon jade circular pendant, carved and pierced with central shou medallion within a dragon scroll frame, diameter 5.6cm.
Hammer price: £180
A rare Chinese Imari export porcelain 'Governor Duff' plate, Yongzheng period, finely painted and gilt in the Imari palette with a European couple walking their dog through a Chinese garden, within a border of precious objects, flowers and foliage, diameter 23.2cm (small repaired rim chip, faint hairline and minor rim fritting). Note: for a similar plate see David Sanctuary Howard's 'The Choice of the Private Trader', plate 37, page 62.
Hammer price: £320
A Japanese cloisonné circular dish, Meiji period, decorated with battling frogs and toads using bulrush spears amidst lotus on a speckled yellow ground, diameter 30.5cm.
Hammer price: £750
A Chinese famille rose enamelled porcelain hexagonal teapot and cover, mark of Daoguang but probably late 19th century, the sides painted with figures and precious objects with lines of black text and red seals, beneath a similarly decorated cover and a pair of metal overhead handles, iron red enamelled seal mark to base, height excluding handles 11cm.
Hammer price: £1,800
A group of three Japanese komai style damascened iron cigarette cases, 20th century, each of rectangular form, two decorated with landscape views including Mount Fuji, lengths 12cm and 12.5cm, the other with warrior on horseback, length 9cm.
Hammer price: £160
A Chinese polished bronze censer and stand, mark of Xuande but possibly 17th/18th century, the censer of low bellied bombé form with a pair of upright loop handles and three short feet, cast six character mark to base, diameter 16.5cm, the stand modelled in the form of overlapping flower petals, total height 14.5cm.
Hammer price: £4,400
A Chinese famille verte export porcelain fluted circular dish, Kangxi period, the central panel painted and gilt with a flower filled jardinière on stand within a segmented border of figures, flowers and landscapes, all with underglaze blue borders, diameter 21.5cm (minor rim chips/fritting).
Hammer price: £300
A Chinese pale celadon jade circular plaque/pendant, 20th century, carved and pierced to both sides with the eight Buddhistic emblems, diameter 5.4cm, with wood stand.
Hammer price: £500
A Chinese silver model of a gunboat by Wang Hing, early 20th century, modelled with three-masted sails and articulated oars, maker's mark to central sail, mounted on a carved and pierced hardwood simulated wave base, total height 23cm, length 25cm.
Hammer price: £360
A small group of Oriental ivory carvings, late 19th century, comprising a Japanese recumbent winged goddess playing a pipe, length 13cm, a Japanese small okimono of a street vendor, a Japanese tortoise (broken leg) and a Chinese Canton export ivory clamp, carved in relief with figures in village settings (missing screw fittings).
Hammer price: £90
A Chinese silver tankard by Wang Hing, early 20th century, the tapered cylindrical body decorated in relief with a dragon, the handle formed as bamboo, hallmark to base, height 8cm.
Hammer price: £140
A Japanese ivory okimono figure group, Meiji period, carved and pierced with five balancing elephants, height 18cm, with carved wood stand.
Hammer price: £130