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Pair of Chinese famille-verte hexagonal salts, Kan
Pair of Chinese famille-verte hexagonal salts, Kan Ref: Q866
Pair of Chinese famille-verte hexagonal salts, Kangxi (1662-1722), of waisted form, decorated with scholars objects and floral sprays; diameter: 9.5 cm.; height:5.5 cm. condition: one with chip to footrim and shallow frits, the other with two chips to footrim, one chip to underside of the upper rim and shallow frits

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Chinese famille verte gu beaker vase, Kangxi (1662
Chinese famille verte gu beaker vase, Kangxi (1662 Ref: X465
Chinese famille verte gu beaker vase, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with shaped panels containing fabulous animals and chrysanthemums, peonies and other plants issuing from rockwork, with insects and prunus on cell and diaper ground, height: 18 1/4in. 46.4cm. condition: restoration to the rim and to the base

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Price: 8,500.00




Chinese famille verte dish, early Kangxi (1662-172
Chinese famille verte dish, early Kangxi (1662-172 Ref: X652
Chinese famille verte dish, early Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with a peony and chrysanthemum issuing from rockwork, the rim with four shaped-cartouches containing peony and chrysanthemum on a diaper ground, with underglaze blue border of fruiting vines below rim, the base with lotus spray mark and channel footring, diameter: 15 in. 38.2 cm.; condition: chip and associated short hairline to rim, minute chips and fritting to the rim, and three small chips to the foot-rim. The combination of the underglaze blue border and famille verte decoration is rare. For more details and to see an illustrated example of this dish see 'Seventeenth Century Chinese Porcelain from the Butler Family Collection (1990), p. 134, pl. 84.

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Price: 2,500.00




Chinese famille verte dish, early Kangxi (1662-172
Chinese famille verte dish, early Kangxi (1662-172 Ref: X653
Chinese famille verte dish, early Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with a peony and chrysanthemum issuing from a rock , the rim with peaches and pomegranates on a liewen background, with underglaze blue rim border decorated with grapes and vine leaves, diameter: 15 in. 38.2 cm., condition: neatly restored hair crack and chip and shallow frits

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Price: 3,500.00




Fine large Chinese famille verte baluster vase, Ka
Fine large Chinese famille verte baluster vase, Ka Ref: X703
Fine large Chinese famille verte baluster vase, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated in bright famille verte enamels, the body with four large panels containing baskets of flowers, against a liewen background containing dragons, all above a large band divided into alternatively decorated with mythical beasts and birds and branches, the rim band with stylised chrysanthemum and peonies flower heads, height: 18in. 45.7cm. condition: this jar has been in pieces but has been restored to a very high standard.

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Price: 16,000.00




Chinese famille verte charger, Kangxi (1662-1722),
Chinese famille verte charger, Kangxi (1662-1722), Ref: X771
Chinese famille verte charger, Kangxi (1662-1722), finely decorated with basket of flowers, the rim with half heads of chrysanthemums against a jade green ground, diameter: approx. 15in., 38.2cm; condition: hair crack and chips neatly restored. A similar charger can be found in the National Trust (Chastleton House, Oxfordshire) Collection, NT 1429747.

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Price: 3,500.00




Rare Chinese helmet-shaped famille verte ewer, Kan
Rare Chinese helmet-shaped famille verte ewer, Kan Ref: Y148
Rare Chinese helmet-shaped famille verte ewer, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with bands containing branches of flowers, sprays of flowers and lotus petals, with a face under the spout wearing a headdress which according to Howard resembles an American Indian type, the shape based on European metal or faience ewers, height: 7 1/2in. 19cm, condition: fritting to rim and handles. For a similar ewer at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, see Jorg 'Famille Verte: Chinese Porcelain in Green Enamels' (2011) p. 150, i. 146., David Howard & John Ayers, 'China for the West', p. 117, illustration 91.

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Price: 5,200.00




Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de Ref: Y688
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with a phoenix and two cockerels in a fenced garden with branches of peony issuing from rockwork and a jardinière containing prunus, bamboo and pine, with a phoenix and butterflies in flight above, bordered by four cartouches enclosing butterfly against a prunus blossom and foliage on a green-stippled ground, diameter: 12 1/8in., 30.8cm; condition: slight wear to enamels

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Price: 5,000.00




Six Chinese famille verte teabowls and saucers, Yo
Six Chinese famille verte teabowls and saucers, Yo Ref: Y720
Six Chinese famille verte teabowls and saucers, Yongzheng (1723-35), each moulded in the shape of a flower, decorated with chrysanthemum and scrolling leafy tendrils, diameter of saucer: 4 1/4in., 11cm, diameter of teabowl: 2 5/8in., 7cm; condition: one teabowl with a hairline, one teabowl with a small chip, one saucer with a chip and associated hairline, a couple of minute frits to teabowls and saucers. Provenance: Joseph M. Morpurgo, Amsterdam, 22nd October 1991.

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Price: 4,000.00




Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de Ref: Y896
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated in the centre with a figure carrying a stick walking in a landscape with a bird flying overhead, bordered by decorative bands, flower heads and scrolling foliage, the rim with twelve lotus-petal shaped panels containing branches of flowering peony, separated by stylized underglaze-blue panels, diameter: 18 9/16in., 47.1cm; condition: broken and re-stuck. The figure may represent Hui-Ming from the 'Romance of the Western Chamber', the monk carrying a stick was entrusted with a letter written by Zhang, asking General Du Que for help against the attack of rebellious troops.

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Price: 6,000.00




Large Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-172
Large Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-172 Ref: Y905
Large Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated in the centre with a Buddhist lion with a brocade ball under his right paw, surrounded by lotus sprays, butterflies and birds in flight, the border with four floral cartouches against a diaper ground, diameter: 13 13/16in., 35cm; condition: chips to rim. For a similar example see the National Trust Collection (Melford Hall, Suffolk) NT 926296.

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Price: 6,500.00




Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de Ref: Y976
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with a basket of flowers including peonies, chrysanthemums, hydrangeas and cherry blossom, the rim with four cartouches containing butterflies and lotus blossoms against a diaper background with flower heads, diameter: 13 11/16in., 35.3cm; condition: 3in. hairline to rim, fritting to edges.

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Price: 2,000.00




Chinese famille verte barber's bowl, Kangxi (1662-
Chinese famille verte barber's bowl, Kangxi (1662- Ref: U38
Chinese famille verte barber's bowl, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated in the centre with two birds and flowers, a terraced garden, grape vines and bamboo, the rim with cartouches enclosing landscapes, birds and flowers against a green stippled-ground with flower garlands, diameter: 13 13/16in., 35.1cm; condition: chip to rim, 3 minute hairlines to rim.

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Price: 3,700.00




Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de Ref: U91
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated in the centre with three courtiers on a fenced terrace with landscape panels and tables with jardinières of flowers and bonsai, with a rockwork garden in the background, the rim with six panels enclosing, fish, crabs, shellfish and ducks against a ground of flowering prunus branches, diameter: 13 7/8in., 35.3cm; condition: two hairlines and frits to rim.

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Price: 8,500.00




Large Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-172
Large Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-172 Ref: U344
Large Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), the centre decorated with a mythical beast amongst rockwork and a plantain, surrounded by four panels of various beasts including a deer, leopard, lion, the border rim with a li wen background containing cartouches of various flowers, the reverse decorated in the centre with an artemisia leaf within a double circle in underglaze blue, diameter: 15 1/16in., 38.2cm; condition: fritting to rim.

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Price: 5,800.00




Chinese famille verte jar, Kangxi (1662-1722), dec
Chinese famille verte jar, Kangxi (1662-1722), dec Ref: U475
Chinese famille verte jar, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with a dignitary seated at a table and an attendant bringing him a scroll, all within a walled garden, with a willow tree outside and a fisherman standing on a boat holding a pole, height: 8 1/4in. (21cm); condition: two chips to the rim and 2 haircracks neatly restored

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Price: 6,500.00




Chinese famille verte water cistern and cover, Kan
Chinese famille verte water cistern and cover, Kan Ref: U569
Chinese famille verte water cistern and cover, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with birds amongst branches of prunus, bordered by bands of cross-diaper (leiwen), the spout decorated with a horned mythical head, with a fan-shaped panel to the top, the lid decorated with flowers; height: 17 7/8in., 45.4cm; condition: some damage.

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Price: 4,200.00




Chinese famille verte cockerel circular tureen and
Chinese famille verte cockerel circular tureen and Ref: U638
Chinese famille verte cockerel circular tureen and cover, Kangxi (1662-1722), the exterior of the bowl with large clusters of iron-red and gilt leafy peony with seed heads, hibiscus and prunus, the foot with a narrow band of lappets, the rim with two opposing pairs of cartouches containing prawns or fish with waterweeds against a floral and hatch ground, the shallow domed cover similarly decorated with a cockerel finial surrounded by a double band of ruyi, the interior decorated with a bird in flight above a spray of peony, the cavetto with floral sprays beneath a band of ruyi; diameter: 9 ¼ in. (23.5 cm.), height: 8 ½ in. (21.8 cm.); condition: glaze fault to interior, wear to enamels, frits to rim of cover, chips to finial

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Price: 5,000.00




Chinese famille verte oval fluted basin, Kangxi (1
Chinese famille verte oval fluted basin, Kangxi (1 Ref: U645
Chinese famille verte oval fluted basin, Kangxi (1662-1722), with gilded details, the centre decorated with a pair of birds perched on flowering branches, the fluted cavetto containing a variety of flowers including peonies, chrysanthemums and cherry blossom, the rim with sprays of flower against a green seeded ground, the reverse decorated with sprays of flowers inclding peony and a stylised red swirling pattern to the rim; diameter: 11 3/8 in. (28.8 cm.), height: 10 1/8 in. (25.5 cm.); condition, fritting to rim, some wear to enamels, the footrim pierced for hanging

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Price: 2,800.00




 Chinese famille-verte ovoid jar and cover, Kangxi
Chinese famille-verte ovoid jar and cover, Kangxi Ref: U668
Chinese famille-verte ovoid jar and cover, Kangxi (1662-1722), the body painted with four opposing panels of flowers issuing from rockwork with birds, insects and butterflies, and groups of antique objects, including a ruyi sceptre, a jardinière on a stand containing peacock feathers, a sword, a branch of coral, and ribboned precious objects, against a cellular ground of diaper and flowerheads interspersed by florets, the neck with a diaper band and shaped cartouches enclosing beribboned objects, the foot with a band of green scrolls, the domed cover decorated with a large central scene of flowers and smaller cartouches of precious objects against a cellular ground; Height: 14 ½ in. (37.1 cm); Condition: the cover broken in three pieces and restored to a high standard, small frit to lower body. The beribboned objects on the neck and cover together comprise the Eight Treasures, or babao, which are auspicious symbols of good fortune, containing a pair of horns, an Artemisia leaf, a pearl, cash, an open lozenge, a solid lozenge, a musical stone and a pair of books.

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Price: 6,500.00




Large Chinese famille-verte dish, Kangxi (1662-172
Large Chinese famille-verte dish, Kangxi (1662-172 Ref: U671
Large Chinese famille-verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated in the centre with a figurative scene of the Daoist dignitaries Shoulao, Fuxing and Luxing, the Three Star Gods, pictured with a boy attendant, a deer and a crane, in a rocky landscape scene beneath swirling clouds and pine trees, the rim decorated with a cellular border pattern of individual diapers and florettes against a red spotted ground interspersed by beribboned auspicious objects in shaped cartouches. Diameter: 14 7/8 in. (38 cm.); Condition: fritting to rim. The Three Star Gods are personified symbols of Good Fortune, Prosperity and Longevity.

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Price: 4,500.00




Chinese famille-verte moulded wine pot and cover,
Chinese famille-verte moulded wine pot and cover, Ref: U690
Chinese famille-verte moulded wine pot and cover, Kangxi (1662-1722), the moulded body decorated with eight panels of flowers, containing peony, prunus and chrysanthemum with gilding, with birds and butterflies, with the upright handle in the form of bamboo, the cover divided into seven compartments with peony and prunus blossom and leaves, the curved spout with sprays of flowers with gilded rim, height: 6 7/8in. (17.5cm.) Condition: neatly restored . For a similar teapot and cover see the V&A Collection, Musuem No. C.430&A-1926.

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Price: 2,800.00




Chinese famille-verte multi-faceted vase Kangxi (1
Chinese famille-verte multi-faceted vase Kangxi (1 Ref: U691
Chinese famille-verte multi-faceted vase Kangxi (1662-1722), of slender elongated baluster form, the neck with scholars objects above a hatched band containing cartouches of qilin and the body enclosing panels containing flowers with birds, a figure in a landscape, or qilin, interspersed by single florets, with a hatched band to the spreading foot, the cover of moulded form decorated with precious objects and stylised half-flowerheads and scrollwork against a red seeded ground; height: 22 in. (55.7 cm.), height without cover: 18 in. (45.8 cm.); condition: chip to cover, starcrack to cover, hairline to rim

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Price: 6,800.00




Pair of Chinese famille verte wall vases, Kangxi (
Pair of Chinese famille verte wall vases, Kangxi ( Ref: U695
Pair of Chinese famille verte wall vases, Kangxi (1662-1722), each of pear-shape with a flared rim and flattened back, depicting ladies in conversation in a courtyard setting with castellated walls and domed roofs, and figures in the foreground standing by a crane within cellular border patterns to the rim and foot, height: 11 3/8in. (29 cm.); condition: one with two hairlines to the reverse, flake to the reverse, firing cracks, fritting to rim, the other with flake to the rim, minor firing faults

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Price: 7,500.00




Large Chinese powder blue baluster vase and cover,
Large Chinese powder blue baluster vase and cover, Ref: U700
Large Chinese powder blue baluster vase and cover, Kangxi (1662-1722), the body decorated with three large shaped panels enclosing a phoenix flying above flowers issuing from rockwork and a duck in a pond, with smaller panels variously enclosing flowers issuing from rockwork, butterflies, birds, a figure in a boat, surrounded by gilded lotus scroll, fish and crustacean, and a band of ruyi to the shoulder on a powder blue ground, the cover similarly decorated, height (including lid): 18 1/2in. (47 cm.), condition: areas of regilding, fritting to the foot, tiny flake to underside of cover, three chips to internal rim of cover. for a similar example see the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Accession Number: 1955-50-257a,b. The Western term "powder blue" was coined in reference to the technique used to create these pieces; the glaze was applied as a powder blown through a bamboo tube onto the body while the small panels which were to be later decorated were covered during this process.

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Price: 5,800.00




Pair of Chinese famille verte biscuit joss stick h
Pair of Chinese famille verte biscuit joss stick h Ref: U715
Pair of Chinese famille verte biscuit joss stick holders, Kangxi (1662-1722), in the form of a man sitting cross-legged on a Dog of Fo, height: 5 1/2in. (14cm.) and one including stand 5 7/8in. (14.8cm.), condition:

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Price: 2,200.00




Chinese famille-verte ginger jar and cover, Kangxi
Chinese famille-verte ginger jar and cover, Kangxi Ref: U718
Chinese famille-verte ginger jar and cover, Kangxi (1662-1722), of oviform body decorated with birds and insects amidst flowering peonies, magnolia and wild crab apple trees issuing from rockwork, with a cellular band to the neck, the cover similarly decorated with flowering peonies, magnolia and insects; height: 9 5 /8in. (24.5cm.), condition: cover neatly restored, tiny chip to inner rim.

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Price: 4,500.00




Chinese seated biscuit figure of a court official
Chinese seated biscuit figure of a court official Ref: U719
Chinese seated biscuit figure of a court official, Kangxi (1662-1722), with a tall green hat, holding a black tablet of rank, seated on a high back chair, the back of the chair has an aperture for the insertion of prayers, his robe decorated overall with a brilliant green glaze embellished with chrysanthemum flower heads in yellow and aubergine, the reverse with a sketched landscape; Height: 9in. (22.8cm.), Condition: small chip to headdress and restoration to facial hair. Provenance: The Avalon Collection. Previously, purchased from Ralph Chait Gallery Feb 1988 for $6,000; also with an old inventory number ‘548581’ etched in black ink to the rim of the base.

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Price: 5,200.00




Chinese famille verte wall urn and cover, Kangxi (
Chinese famille verte wall urn and cover, Kangxi ( Ref: U725
Chinese famille verte wall urn and cover, Kangxi (1662-1722), of pear-shape with a moulded lion-mask spout, decorated with ladies in conversation, with a boy attendant, on a terrace in front of pavilions, being watched on the far side of the courtyard by a man on a balcony, below a ruyi-cloud collar to the shoulder and a wide trellis-pattern band to the rim enclosing florets, the the tripal ogee cover with bands of stylised flaming-leaf panels, cracked ice and floral sprays in four registers, height: 22 in. (56 cm.), condition: hairline to rim of urn, the reverse with 2 added suspension holes, the tripal ogee cover with fritting and minor enamel loss. A similarly decorated example is in the collection of the National Trust (Mompesson House, Wiltshire) Collection, see NT 723472; see also the Fitzwilliam Museum, Object Number: OC.37 & A-1938 from the Leonard Cunliffe Collection. Wall fountains of this kind were clearly based upon a European prototype; although cisterns with this distinctive tiered cover do not appear to have been made with matching basins. Possibly as they did not therefore fulfil their function as European style wall fountains and basins, it appears that the more recognizable style of fountain, with a back-plate and a simpler domed flat-backed cover in better proportion to the body and a matching basin, are of a slightly later date and this example of an earlier one.

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Price: 7,500.00




Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), de Ref: U726
Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated in the centre with the Three Star Gods, Shoulao, Fuxing and Luxing, amidst pine trees accompanied by two boys, a deer and a crane in flight amongst cloud scrolls, a further crane resting in the trees, all within a fenced garden, the rim decorated with with florettes against cellular border patterns interspersed by beribboned auspicious objects in shaped cartouches, the reverse with an artemisia leaf to the base within a double footrim; diameter: 13 7/8in. (35.2cm.), condition: some fritting to the rim and 3 minor chips to rim. The Three Star Gods are Daoist dignitaries who personify Good Fortune, Prosperity and Longevity.

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Price: 9,500.00




Chinese famille verte dish, Shunzhi (circa 1650-60
Chinese famille verte dish, Shunzhi (circa 1650-60 Ref: U730
Chinese famille verte dish, Shunzhi (circa 1650-60), decorated in the centre with a fenghua (phoenix) and a qilin in a garden setting within ruyi-shaped bands, the cavetto with a band of diaper, the rim with foliate peony scrolls, the reverse with flower sprays and lappets to the base with a double footrim, old Chinese collector's mark to base; diameter: 13 ¼ in. (34cm.), condition: fritting to rim
There is a similar famille-verte dish in the British Museum with a phoenix and qilin in a fenced garden, Museum No. Franks.387.


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Price: 5,500.00




Chinese famille verte gin flask, Kangxi (1662-1722
Chinese famille verte gin flask, Kangxi (1662-1722 Ref: U745
Chinese famille verte gin flask, Kangxi (1662-1722), with later European ormolu mount, the square section body divided into four panels variously containing branches of flowering peony with butterflies, precious and scholar’s objects surrounding a jardieniere of flowers on a stand, birds flying above flowering prunus issuing from rockwork, and a riverscape scene of a fisherman in a boat with a distant rider and further figure on the bank, all within a leiwen patter border, height without cover: 9¼ in. (23.5 cm.); condition: some fritting to sides. Solitary figures such as fishermen represent a tradition of depicting reclusive scholars who leave the trappings of society for a simpler life of solitude. For a similar example see the National Trust Collection, (Trerice, Cornwall) NT 336503.

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Price: 3,000.00




Rare Chinese famille verte ewer, Kangxi (1662-1722
Rare Chinese famille verte ewer, Kangxi (1662-1722 Ref: U797
Rare Chinese famille verte ewer, Kangxi (1662-1722), the bulbous body decorated with lotus-leaf panels containing floral sprays, beneath a foliate lotus scrollwork border outlined in underglaze blue to the shoulder, the long tapering neck and curving spout decorated with floral sprays, the rim with lappets, with underglaze blue artemesia leaf mark to base; height: 8 3/4in. (22cm.) ; condition: 2 very small frits to spout, firing flaw underneath. This type of pouring vessel may be based on an earlier Kraak model which itself is a derivative of Islamic forms; it is more common in underglaze blue. For a further discussion and identical example see, Jorg, Christiaan, ‘Famille Verte: Chinese porcelain in green enamels’, no. 147, pp. 150-51.

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Price: 4,800.00




Rare Chinese famille verte ewer, Kangxi (1662-1722
Rare Chinese famille verte ewer, Kangxi (1662-1722 Ref: U798
Rare Chinese famille verte ewer, Kangxi (1662-1722), the bulbous body decorated with lotus-leaf panels containing floral sprays, beneath a foliate lotus scrollwork border' flowers to the shoulder, the long tapering neck and curving spout similarly decorated with floral sprays issuing from the moulded base, the rim with lappets; height: 8 1/2 in. (21.7 cm.); condition: shallow chip to rim, frit to spout and minor flakes to body. This type of pouring vessel may be based on an earlier Kraak model which itself is a derivative of Islamic forms; it is more common in underglaze blue. For a further discussion and similar example see, Jorg, Christiaan, ‘Famille Verte: Chinese porcelain in green enamels’, no. 147, pp. 150-51.

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Price: 4,600.00




Chinese famille verte rouleau vase, Kangxi (1662-1
Chinese famille verte rouleau vase, Kangxi (1662-1 Ref: JB58
Chinese famille verte rouleau vase, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with dignitaries attended by soldiers presenting a painted scroll to a seated official on a fenced terrace overlooking a garden with pine and rockwork, the shoulder with four shaped cartouches containing scholar's objects against a band of diaper ground, the neck with sprays of bamboo, height: 17 3/4in., 45cm; condition: drill hole to base restored to a high standard, rim and top section of neck rebuilt.

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Matched pair of Chinese famille verte baluster vas
Matched pair of Chinese famille verte baluster vas Ref: JB60
Matched pair of Chinese famille verte baluster vases and covers, Kangxi (1662-1722) decorated with panels containing landscapes and mythical beastes interspersed with dragons, butterflies and ruyi heads; the shoulder with cartouches containg auspicious emblems against a diaper ground, the neck with bands or ruyi, scrollwork, spearhead and Greek key patterns, the base with a band of floral cartouches around the foot. Height: Condition: restoration to cover, rims

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Massive Chinese famille-verte charger, Kangxi (166
Massive Chinese famille-verte charger, Kangxi (166 Ref: JB61
Massive Chinese famille-verte charger, Kangxi (1662-1722), the centre decorated with a basket of flowers within a florifel roundel containing lotus, peony and dianthus, surrounded by a lobed band of flowerheads below radiating panels containing sprays of flowers, including peony, chrysanthemums and dianthus all issuing from rockwork, the cavetto similarly decorated with larger panels against a seeded green ground interspersed by flower heads with black scrolls, the rim with a wide band containing cartouches of ribboned Daoist emblems alternating with four bands of blossom heads against a black background, and differing bands of diapers, the underside of the rim with wide opposing bands of diapers against a green ground, and lattice interspersed by cartouches containing sprays of flowers; diameter: 19 7/8 in. (50.5 cm.); condition: wear to enamels, shallow fritting to underside of rim, shallow chips to footrim, artemisia leaf to base within double concentric bands
A similar charger sold at the ‘Collected in America: Chinese Ceramics from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’ sale at Christie’s in New York 2016, previously in the John D. Rockefeller Collection, lot 875.


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