A Chinese porcelain wucai baluster vase and cover, painted with “a hundred boys” each at various pursuits, including playing weiqi, unwrapping a qin, dancing, admiring books, admiring a landscape scroll painting, holding musical instruments and in conversation, all in a continuous fenced landscape scene amongst underglaze blue rockwork and iron-red cloud banks, beneath a cracked ice band at the shoulder, with further boys on the neck and cover.
A pair of Chinese porcelain wucai standing figures of smiling boys, hehe, each holding a vase of lotus, their waist bands with flowers and foliage and mirrors on the reverse, their shoulders with ruyi heads, their arms and legs with precious objects, all on a square pedestal base painted with a peony bloom.
A Chinese porcelain wucai standing figure of a boy holding a vase, his green edged jacket painted with various fruits including peaches, pomegranates and finger citrons, his trousers painted with stylised clouds in iron red, standing on a square pedestal base painted with circular and diamond mirrors.
A Chinese porcelain famille verte large standing boy holding a vase while a smaller boy climbs his leg, all on a raised square base.
A wucai hexagonal deep dish with indented brown washed rim, painted in the centre with a lotus pond, a heron stands beside flowering lotus, leaves and aquatic plants with a bird in flight, within a moulded panelled border of six aquatic creatures, fish, toad, terrapin, shrimp, snail and crab on different diaper grounds, sealmark fu (happiness) within a double square.