Superb Emile Galle cameo vase in a bulbus topped square bottle form. Four colors: Grey green, over purple, over opaque white, over clear with blush pink inside - depicting Classic oriental style blossoms including two falling blooms 'caught in mid flight' -(see image 4). One of the finest and subtlest Galle colorways, it is also signed in cameo. It still has the remains of the original retailer's label to the base for Maison Dimier Geneve - a famous Swiss watchmaker who also sold fine porcelain
The Anthony Evans Collection of Oriental Porcelain & Ivory - Part II A pair of Chinese porcelain tea bowls of bell shape form, painted in orange with five-clawed dragons chasing the sacred pearl amongst clouds, 2.365ins (6cm) diameter (Guangxu six character mark)
A Chinese carved ivory seated figure of Shoulao of archaic form, 4.25ins (10.8cm) high, (18th Century) Note: Please be aware that according to CITES Regulations, it will be necessary to acquire an export licence to export this lot of ivory outside the EU. It will NOT be possible to export this lot of ivory to the USA
A minutely embroidered Chinese silk picture of a sea eagle, the bird in flight over foaming waves in shades of blue and turquoise with white wave tips on a pale blue ground. Signed in red on the gilt frame upper right ‘彭思先生 惠存 “Peng-si xiansheng huicun” [Gift with best wishes for Master/ Teacher Peng Si]’ and lower left唐義 敬贈 “Tang Yi jingzeng” [Gift with due respect from Tang Yi]”
Four Early 20th century Chinese Lacquer Vases, 25cms high, 20cms high and 13cms high (4) Provenance: From an English private collection, purchased in Hong Kong, Macau and Malaysia in the 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s..
Late 19th century pair of Chinese export silver candlesticks, possibly by Hung Chong & Co, Shanghai, each decorated with bamboo and an applied dragon scaling the stem, on wooden bases, each 7.5 cm high, 12 oz. (372 gr.) (2) ...
Two early 19th century brisé fans with barrel rivets, both with pointed sticks. The first is painted on the recto, alternate sticks being carved and pierced, with blue foliage and green leaves, the verso having alternate paintings of assorted flowers in various colours, This fan is quite possibly bone. Guard length 5.75 inches or 14.5cm. The second brisé is of a similar style, but all sticks are carved and pierced and none are painted. Guard length 5.75 inches or 14.5cm Condition Report: . Both
A SET OF 18-19TH CENTURY RUBBING A SET OF 18-19TH CENTURY RUBBINGYun Feng Ke Shi (Yunfeng Carved Rock, engraved in 510-513)A set of thirty-five scrolls, ink rubbed on paperVarious sizes:Smallest measures approximately 37 x 33 cm. (14 5⁄8 x 13 in.)Largest measures approximately 110 x 180 cm. (43 1⁄4 x 70 7⁄8 in.)One collector’s seal of Zou An (1864-1940)Two collector’s seals of Fu Tungen (1883-1930)One collector’s seal of Wu Rongguang (1773-1843)Three collectors’ seals