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18th November 2016

Asian Art 18th November 2016

Page: 2 of 5. Lots: 61 to 120

Sale Catalogue: Page 2



Lot 61: A YUAN/EARLY MING CELADON BOWL circular and incised with a central whorl within flower and leaves, 19.5cm dia.

Sold For: £170.00


Lot 62: A YUAN/EARLY MING CELADON BOWL circular and incised with a central whorl within flower and leaves, 17cm dia. x 7.9cm high

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 63: A CHINESE CELADON GLAZED CIRCULAR BOWL, probably Yuan/early Ming, with chamfered rim, incised "mesh" girdle band, upon three "taotie" mask feet, 30.2cm dia. x 11.3cm high.

Unsold (Estimate): £1000-1500


Lot 64: TWO RARE CHINESE POLYCHROME GLAZED POTTERY FOOD CUPBOARDS, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), one with cylinder legs, the other with square legs, with panelled doors, with diverse food stuffs presented in the various vessels (now stuck down), 26.5cm high x 25cm high respectively (2)

Sold For: £700.00


Lot 65: A CHINESE GREEN GLAZED POTTERY MODEL OF AN ALTAR, Ming Dynasty, well detailed, with protruding cornice, 42cm high x 29cm wide x 20.5cm deep.

Unsold (Estimate): £300-900


Lot 66: AN ANNAMESE STONEWARE CIRCULAR FO DOG BOWL, c.1480, centrally painted with a lively fo dog biting a cash coin within a border of spotted panels, 35cm dia. x 7cm high Very similar to examples recovered from the Hoi An shipwreck.

Sold For: £1700.00


Lot 67: A CHINESE MING DYNASTY INCISED CELADON SMALL DISH of barbed circular form, incised with a central lotus, within foliate scrolls, wrythen fluting to the underside, 22cm dia. x 4.9cm high.

Unsold (Estimate): £600-800


Lot 68: A CHINESE MING DYNASTY CELADON SHALLOW DISH with plain glaze, 24cm dia.

Unsold (Estimate): £150-250


Lot 69: A MING CELADON BOWL, the plain circular form of a light green apple colour, 17cm dia.

Unsold (Estimate): £100-200


Lot 70: A MING CELADON BOWL, the plain circular form of light green apple colour incised internally with foliate motif, incised externally with Thunder pattern rim and sprigs, 14.5cm

Unsold (Estimate): £100-200


Lot 71: A CHINESE OLIVE CELADON BOWL, perhaps Southern Kilns, Ming Dynasty, of bracketed circular shape, centrally moulded with a bird in flight within foliage, with vertical lines to exterior, 19.5cm dia. x 7.8cm high

Unsold (Estimate): £200-400


Lot 72: A CHINESE CELADON TRIPOD CENSER, Ming, with circular, flat rim over beaded studs incised with foliate motifs upon dragon mask feet, 25cm dia. x 12.5cm high.

Unsold (Estimate): £1500-2000


Lot 73: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL, Ming Dynasty, 16th century, with central lozenge shape leaf within scrolls, decorated similarly to the outside wall over a leaf tip lower collar, 18.8cm dia. x 7.2cm high.

Unsold (Estimate): £300-400


Lot 74: A CHINESE PROVINCIAL BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN LARGE CIRCULAR DISH, Ming Dynasty, painted with a phoenix on rocks amongst foliage within radiating floral panels, 36cm wide.

Unsold (Estimate): £400-600


Lot 75: A CHINESE PROVINCIAL BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SMALL VASE AND COVER, Ming Dynasty, of compressed form, with floral lappet collar, basal banding and scrolling girdle band, 10.5cm

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Lot 76: A CHINESE PROVINCIAL BLUE AND WHITE CIRCULAR BOWL, late Ming, 16th century, with all over scroll and leaf decoration, 31cm dia.

Unsold (Estimate): £200-400


Lot 77: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL, Ming Dynasty, the central roundel and outside wall painted with scrolling foliage and conjoined ruyi head basal band, 18.9cm dia. x 8cm high.

Unsold (Estimate): £300-400


Lot 78: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BARBED CIRCULAR DISH, late Ming, early 17th century, centrally painted with a bird and butterfly on rocks amongst flowers, within a border of Buddhist precious objects and flowers, 20.4cm dia.

Sold For: £300.00


Lot 79: A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN STEM CUPS, late Ming Dynasty, circa 1640, Hatcher Cargo, each with a dragon pursuing a flaming pearl, 4.4cm and 4.6cm high.

Sold For: £400.00


Lot 80: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BARBED CIRCULAR DISH, late Ming, early 17th century, centrally painted with a cricket on rocks amongst flowers, within a border of Buddhist precious objects and flowers, 20.6cm dia.

Unsold (Estimate): £400-600


Lot 81: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN ARMORIAL PLATE, Kangxi, with central complex crowned monogram within passion flower and leaf border, Artemisia leaf mark, 27cm dia.

Sold For: £500.00


Lot 82: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN HEXAGONAL JAR AND COVER, Kangxi, painted with vases and brush pots, the lid with Buddhist precious objects, 9cm high.

Sold For: £400.00


Lot 83: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CIRCULAR DISH, Provincial, 17th century, painted with a phoenix amongst rocks and flowers, scale pattern rim, 27cm dia.

Sold For: £160.00


Lot 84: A GROUP OF FIVE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SMALL CIRCULAR DISHES, Kangxi, four decorated with maiden and boy decoration, one with military equestrian scene, three with four character marks, one with six character mark, one unmarked, the largest 10.6cm (5)

Unsold (Estimate): £600-800


Lot 85: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL, Kangxi, of circular form, the centre painted with peony roundel, decorated externally with a continuous undulating peony scroll over a ruyi band, six character mark of Kangxi, within double circle, mark and period, 20.8cm dia.

Unsold (Estimate): £4000-6000


Lot 86: A PAIR OF CAFÉ-AU-LAIT GLAZED FO DOG JOSS STICK HOLDERS, Kangxi c.1690, on integral rectangular bases, 11.6cm and 11.4cm (2).

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Lot 87: A JAPANESE ARITA BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE, circa 1700, of ovoid form, painted with three main floral panels, 19cm high (lacking cover)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 88: A GRADUATED PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT IMARI MUGS, Qing Dynasty, c.1730, decorated in underglaze blue, iron red and gilt with tea pavilions in rocky landscapes with strap handles, 12.3cm and 10.8cm high (2)

Sold For: £180.00


Lot 89: A CHINESE POLYCHROME DECORATED PORCELAIN JAR AND COVER, 17th century, the ovoid body painted with lively fo-dogs amongst huge peony blossoms, the cover with button knop, 12.5cm high

Sold For: £300.00


Lot 90: A SET OF FIVE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE EXPORT PORCELAIN OCTAGONAL PLATES decorated after a Dutch Delft tile with two large hounds by a merchant's house by a river, floral border, 22cms wide, and two soup bowls ensuite, 22.5cm wide (8).

Sold For: £280.00


Lot 91: TWO SIMILAR CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DRAGON BOWLS, Qing Dynasty, circa 1730, 12cm dia. x 5.5cm high (2)

Sold For: £1000.00


Lot 92: A PAIR OF CHINESE IMARI TEABOWLS AND SAUCERS, The Nanking Cargo, circa 1750, in Bamboo and Pine pattern, the saucers 11.3cm dia. (2) Illustrated on page 265 of Christies catalogue 28th April - 2nd May 1986. Provenance: Purchased from Dr. Tim Foster.

Sold For: £240.00


Lot 93: A PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT SAUCE BOATS, Qianlong, of French silver form, decorated internally with birds amongst trees, enriched in famille rose enamels, on swept feet, 24cm.

Sold For: £280.00


Lot 94: A SET OF EIGHT CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SHALLOW SAUCER DISHES, Qing Dynasty, 18th century, with lotus decoration in radiating panels, 16cm dia. (8)

Sold For: £160.00


Lot 95: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR AND COVER, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, decorated overall with archaic and scholars objects, 21cm high x 23.5cm dia.

Unsold (Estimate): £100-200


Lot 96: A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong, late 18th century, decorated with lakeland scenes, with dragon handles, 35.5cm

Sold For: £340.00


Lot 97: A CHINESE RETICULATED PORCELAIN LOZENGE SECTION LANTERN, 19th century, the neck painted with butterflies and pierced with Shou medallions, the body with circular panels of flowers and vases, on separate base, 31cm high overall.

Sold For: £1100.00


Lot 98: A CHINESE ENAMEL VASE, 19th/20th century, of compressed ovoid form with trumpet neck and foot decorated with birds amongst flowers, ruyi bands to the neck, 38cm high

Sold For: £440.00


Lot 99: A THAI SAWANKHALOK COMPRESSED JAR with four shoulder lugs, 12.5cm high, possibly Song Dynasty, 14th/15th century (cover lacking). For a similar jar see "The Ceramics of South East Asia", 1977, pl.117, which is described as Sawankhalok ware, c.1350-1512.

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Lot 100: A KOREAN CELADON BOWL, Koryo Dynasty, inlaid in Sangam technique with three triple fruit motifs, decorated externally with three chrysanthemum roundels, 18.2cm dia. x 5.4cm high

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 101: THREE SIMILAR AND GRADUATED HAN DYNASTY BRONZE BELT BUCKLES, 14.8cm, 13.5cm and 8.5cm (3)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 102: A CHINESE DECORATED BRONZE SPEAR HEAD, possibly Yunnan, Warring States Period, with fine detailing to the shaft, 23.5cm, and a Chinese bronze lock, perhaps Tang or earlier, or square section with two removable lock parts, 18.4cm long

Unsold (Estimate): £400-600


Lot 103: A PAIR OF CHINESE BRONZE SOCKETED DRAGON FINIALS, Tang or earlier, the dragon heads of slender form, 16cm.

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Lot 104: A CHINESE QINGBAI SEAL, Song Dynasty, of square form, incised with two characters, the head with seal translating "De Ru Shi Bao" (Treasured by De Rushi), 4.8cm wide.

Sold For: £400.00


Lot 105: A CHINESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PANELLED BALUSTER VASE, Qing Dynasty, with lion mask and ring handles, each panel with dissolved "taotie mask", gilded detail, 16cm high.

Unsold (Estimate): £400-600


Lot 106: A SINO-TIBETAN MIXED METAL AND INLAID HANGING CENSER, probably 19th century, spherical and pierced with shou and other medallions, with loop for suspension, internal gimbal, 12.5cm high (excluding chain).

Sold For: £600.00


Lot 107: FOUR CHINESE GILT BRONZE DECORATIVE BELT BUCKLES, Qing Dynasty, 18th/19th century, each intricately patterned, one inset with a cabochon sapphire, the largest 8cm wide (4).

Sold For: £2500.00


Lot 108: AN UNUSUAL SET OF FOUR CHINESE CARVED CORNELIAN MONKEY FINIALS, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, each mounted in white metal, repousse and worked with masks and scrolls, one example enriched in enamels, the tallest 9cm. *The monkeys are perhaps pre-19th century (4)

Unsold (Estimate): £600-800


Lot 109: A CHINESE AGATE DISC, Warring States/Han, of chamfered triangular section, 10cm dia. Similar examples can be found in the Museum of East Asian Art in Bath

Unsold (Estimate): £2000-3000


Lot 110: A STRING OF TWENTY CORNELIAN ANTIQUE GRADUATED BEADS, Chinese, each "cowrie"-shaped bead drilled through, 59cm long, the largest bead 4.8cm.

Unsold (Estimate): £500-700


Lot 111: A CHINESE JADE OR AGATE CICADA, Warring States/Han, of thin section, 6.9cm long.

Unsold (Estimate): £600-800


Lot 112: A COLLECTION OF 38 BANDED AGATE SPHERICAL BEADS, antique Chinese, the largest 20mm dia. Provenance: Ex. Spinks, London 1998 (own collection)

Unsold (Estimate): £200-300


Lot 113: A STRING OF THIRTEEN "CHICKEN BONE" JADE AND HARDSTONE BEADS, Chinese antique, mainly of barrel form, 25cm long, the largest bead 3.5cm wide, and a string of eight nephrite barrel beads, Chinese antique, punctuated by black mineral small beads, 40cm long, the largest bead 2.5cm (2). Originally purchased from Danny Ma in the 1990's.

Unsold (Estimate): £400-600


Lot 114: A COLLECTION OF 27 ASSORTED JADE, AGATE AND HARDSTONE BEADS, antique Chinese, of various shapes, the largest 5.3cm long. Provenance: Originally purchased from Danny Ma in the 1990's.

Unsold (Estimate): £200-400


Lot 115: A RARE CHINESE MOTTLED JADE QUATRE-LOBED RUYI SCEPTRE HEAD, Ming Dynasty, carved in low relief with a scholar and attendant beneath a tree and mountains, 8cm wide.

Unsold (Estimate): £2000-3000


Lot 116: A CHINESE CARVED JADE PLAQUE, perhaps Yuan/Ming, worked with two deer in a pinewood, in a later white metal brooch mount, 6.6cm x 3.7cm

Sold For: £1900.00


Lot 117: A CHINESE CARVED JADE PLAQUE, probably Ming, of rounded rectangular form worked with a Mandarin duck amongst leaves and scrolls, 7.1cm x 5.7cm

Unsold (Estimate): £400-600


Lot 118: A PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED JADE UNCUT SEALS, probably 17th century, each carved as fo-dogs with reversed heads, 6.5cm high (2)

Unsold (Estimate): £500-800


Lot 119: A CHINESE ARCHAIC JADE CONG of veined multi-toned colour, 8.1cm x 7.8cm

Sold For: £800.00


Lot 120: A GROUP OF FIVE CHINESE CARVED JADEITE SHUBUNKINS, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, all pierced at the nose-end for suspension , the largest 4.5cm long, the smallest 2.6cm long

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Sale Catalogue: Page 2



Lot 1
A collection of golf clubs

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 2
A 19th century stoneware 'Harvesting' jug and another similar

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 3
A mahogany and mother-of-pearl inlaid mantel clock and a pair of similar candlesticks

Estimate: £40-60


Lot 4
A pair of royal blue cloisonne vases and a similar bowl

Estimate: £20-40

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