Chinese Porcelain


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A Chinese Charger, circa 1750. Qianlong Period, 33.5cms in diameter. Magnificent and striking underglaze pattern of stylised flowers and cells in deep blue. Surrounded by a four flower border and brown rim. In wonderful original condition. SOLD
A pair of blue and white export plates of Qianlong Period circa 1750. Painted in underglaze blue with a pattern of bamboo trees and chrysanthemums, with a lobbed rim with floral displays
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A Nanking Dish, Qianlong period 1751. A fine blue and white "leaping boy" porcelain dish. This was part of the Geldermalsen cargo which sank in the South China Sea on the 3rd January 1752.
A Nanking Tea Bowl and Saucer, Qianlong Period 1751. Underglaze blue and white painting of a river scene and pagoda. Part of the Geldermalsen Cargo which sank in the South China Sea on the 3rd January 1752.
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A second Nanking Tea Bowl and Saucer, Qianlong Period 1751. Underglaze blue and white painting of a river scene and pagoda. Part of the Geldermalsen Cargo which sank in the South China Sea on the 3rd January 1752.
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A Diana Cargo Coffee Can and Saucer from 1816. Beautifully decorated with a river scene with pavilions and a triple arch bridge from which the name triple arch coffee can is derived. Part of the Diana Cargo which sank in the Straits of Malacca on the 4th March 1816
A Qianlong Period Cup and Saucer, circa 1780. Beautifully decorated land and sea scapes with borders of flowers and foliage. Enclosed in panels are garden and traveller scenes.
A pair of blue and white export Plates of Qianlong Period circa 1750. Painted in underglaze blue with a pattern of a large cauldron with large and small flowers in a shaped frame. Around the rim are geometric patterns and floral displays
Six Tea Bowls and Saucers of Qianlong period 1736 to 1795. Six exquisite tea bowls and saucers of superb quality. The decoration is a symbol of the spirit of the waters. The back is marked with a double ring which notes quality. Although with Kangxi marks they are of Qianlong period.
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A pair of blue and white export Plates of Qianlong Period circa 1750. Painted in underglaze blue with a pattern of a single bamboo tree and two chrysanthemums in the fore ground. Around the rim are floral displays.
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A Canton pattern Plate of the Jiaqing period (1796 to 1820). Decorated with the triple arch bridge pattern, with a surround of the ''rain and cloud'' border.
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A 19th century Bowl in blue and white decorated with scenes of a pagoda, trees, mountains and a boat. Inside is a stylised motif. Fine hair line cracks and rim frittering
A Celadon Charger 40.5cms in Diameter of the Qing Dynasty probably early 19th century. In superb condition with engraved underglaze pictures of stylised lotus flowers
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A beautiful blue and white porcelain plate of 16.5 cms dia. Of the Qing Dynasty, Chien Lung Period, 1736-1795. A diamond diaper border and sprigs of peony. Small rim chips to the back of the rim.
A superb pair of dishes from the Ching Dynasty, circa 1850.
Made for the Far Eastern market. 23 cms dia, with a key fret border and sprays of chrysanthemums and insects. Perfect condition
A wonderful fish serving dish, 24 cms dia,of the Qing Dynasty probably Chien Lung period , 1736 to 1795. In perfect condition, a stylised fish in blue with sienna scales.

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