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  1. Huge Pair Rose Medallion Canton Covered Jars, 1820

    Huge Pair Rose Medallion Canton Covered Jars, 1820

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    A Huge Pair Rose Medallion Canton Covered Jars
    Age: Circa 1820
    Size: 24in(60cm)
    Condition: Mounted with brass lock.
    Provenance: Used as for tea container in the villa of Italy.

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  2. Finely Carved Hetian White Jade Pendant, 18th/19th

    Finely Carved Hetian White Jade Pendant, 18th/19th

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    Depicting a kid holding lotus and riding on a goose. This is a very popular motif from Song Dynasty, meaning happiness, more kids and life promotion. Learn More
  3. A Pair of Fine Wucai ‘Dragon & Phoenix’ Bowl, Mark and Period of Daoguang

    A Pair of Fine Wucai ‘Dragon & Phoenix’ Bowl, Mark and Period of Daoguang

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    A Pair of fine wucai ‘Dragon and Phoenix’ bowl, Mark and Period of Daoguang
    Age: Daoguang six-character seal mark and of the period

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  4. Imperial Ruby-Ground Famille Rose Medallion Bowl

    Imperial Ruby-Ground Famille Rose Medallion Bowl

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    The exterior of the bowl is finely painted with four gilt circular panels depicting scholar stuff. The panels are reserved on a sgraffiato ruby-red ground adorned with lotus sprays. The interior has a stylised eight-point flowerhead radiating ruyi-heads in the center, surrounded by four lantern pattern on double rings.

    For similar item please check The Yiqingge Collection of Chinese Ceramics, Lot 2027, Sotheby's, 29 May 2013 Diam: 5.75 inches x 2.5 inches( 14.5cm x 6.2cm)
    Condition: Good without restoration, cracks, hairlines. Normal wear by aging.
    Provenance: Purchased in Australia in 1980s.

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  5. A Pair of Coral Red with Gilt Planter, Qing Dyn

    A Pair of Coral Red with Gilt Planter, Qing Dyn

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    This is a typical Kangxi type porcelain planter, but to be conservative, we want to say they are of 18th to early 19th century. Learn More

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