Chinese porcelain famille verte, wucai baluster vase of Guanyin form with tall flaring neck, painted on the entire body with an abundance of flowers and foliage including iron-red tree peony and a long gnarled prunus tree, tall leafy branches of bamboo, pine, grasses and elaborate leaves, amongst pierced rockwork with a butterfly in flight, all beneath a ruyi-head band at the rim, the base glazed white with a double ring in underglaze blue.
A pair of Chinese enamel saucer dishes, each painted with two figures in the foreground in a river landscape scene with pavilions, buildings and tall rockwork, enclosed in a yellow ground floral border with gilt metal rim and foot rim, the undersides with archaic style dragons and a dragon medallion on the base.
Chinese Longquan celadon two-handled pear-shaped bottle vase, each side moulded with a ruyi-head medallion, one with fu and one with shou-character between leafy branches of flowering camellia, one issuing from waves, the other from rockwork, all between key-fret bands on the neck and everted foot, the upright rim in the form of an open flowerhead, above two stylised elephant-head and ring handles.
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Chinese porcelain for the Japanese market
Objects made in China for export to Japan and for use in the Japanese tea-ceremony, also known as kosometsuke or ko-akai.
Chinese furniture, largely plain polished wood, sometimes inlaid with semi-precious stones such as lapis lazuli, mother of pearl or lacquered. Usually made from Hongmu, Jichimu, Zitan, Huang hua li, Ji chi mu or Yumu.