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  1. 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
  2. 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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  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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