Artwork Title:\nPERFECT PLUM BOTTLE MADE OF ENAMEL PORCELAIN \n\nMaterial:\nClay/Glaze/Enamel \n\nDate:\n20th Century \n\nDescriptions:\nThis Enamel Porcelain Plum Bottle Is One of The Most Beautiful,Elegant And Graceful Porcelain Artwork Pieces.\nAn Small Old Paper Being Pasted on The Bottle with 18 Calligraphy Words.The Content Show The Person Wrote Those Named [SHAO BAI] Praised This Piece Is An Almost Perfect Small Porcelain Made by Official Kiln(And The Person Wrote The Similar Chinese Call
Three Chinese porcelain snuff bottles qing dynasty, 19th century or earlier Comprising: a blue and white porcelain meiping bottle, underside with six-character Yongzheng mark; a blue and white cylindrical "Dragon" snuff bottle, and a copper red and underglazed blue porcelain "Nine Red Dragons" snuff bottle, underside with six-character Yongzheng seal mark, with an inscribed spoon and later carved wood stand (3). H: 3 1/2 in. (largest) PROVENANCE: The first: John Sparks Limited, London, acquired
(2) Pieces of Contemporary Glazed Chinese Porcelain, including: Lidded jar, cylindrical round form with lotus flower and bats decoration in pink, green and white on a cobalt blue painted ground, foo dog lid finial, double lug side handles, 9" high, 7 1/2" diam.; and 18 1/4" high standing figure of the Immortal Lu holding a ruyi sceptre, with polychrome decoration, chips to top of sceptre.
Chinese Brown and White Decorated Porcelain Bottle Form Vase, 20th c., each side with two phoenix birds in central cartouche panel, surrounded by wind motif scrolled decoration, unglazed base, unmarked, 12 1/2" high, 5 3/4" diam. Good condition.
Eight (8) Chinese porcelain items, including two (2) large Chinese Export Famille Rose porcelain shallow bowls, each with central floral sprays and diaper and cartouche borders (10 1/2" & 11 1/8" dia); one (1) Kangxi or Kangxi style blue and white Chinese porcelain bottle vase with scenes of court officials, one gesturing to a tree; double concentric circle marks to base (12 1/8" H – note condition); one (1) doucai porcelain bowl, the sides decorated with cartouches enclosing figures in outdoor