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Fine Oval Jiaqing Period Platter #7219

From several pieces we have from this fine service, this exquisitely rendered Chinese export porcelain platter is decorated in famille rose enamels with a scene of courtly figures on a terrace within a meticulously painted orange, sepia and gilt border. Measuring 7 3/4″ x 10 1/2″ and in excellent condition. Circa 1795.

Brilliant Set of Five Mandarin Soup Plates #7209c Sold

A vibrantly enameled set of five Chinese export porcelain 9 3/4″ soup plates decorated in famille rose enamels, each centered with richly detailed Mandarin scene of courtly and leisurely pursuits, all within an elaborate border of elaborate lattice work alternating with vignettes of baskets of flowers and antique and precious objects. Great detail and enamels, one with a rim chip filled, otherwise all in very good condition. Circa 1825-1830.

Generously Sized Mandarin Breakfast Cups #7212c

A very well-decorated pair of Chinese export porcelain breakfast cups, each animated with a band of finely detailed characters holding a flower blossom and standing in a lush garden of flowering plants and rock work,  all beneath a raspberry-colored diapered border. The generously sized handled cup after English forms of the period. Each measuring 2 7/8″high  x 5 3/*” across. 1 w/ small rim restoration  Circa 1820.     $375. pr.

Charming Diminutive Cachepot and Stand #7008

A very charming diminutive sized Chinese export porcelain footed cachepot and undertray, simply decorated in apple green enamel with gilding with a central roundel of floral decoration. Measuring 3″ high x 4″ in diameter, and in very good condition, a rare survivor with its original stand. Circa 1800.




Rare Monogrammed Mandarin Plate #6008

A fine Chinese export porcelain plate decorated with a central Mandarin scene of figures on a terrace within an unusual border of small white blossoms against deep overglaze blue ground, the reverse with a rare gilded monogram of the original owner. Seldom were the services inscribed on the reverse as this example was. Measuring 8″ in diameter and in very good condition. Circa 1820.  $575.


Very Fine Mandarin Plates #4626

A pattern we always seek out is this beautiful service that always has wonderful Mandarin scenes well rendered in famille rose enamels within a very rich border of flowers and butterflies against a rich, gilded ground. This must have been a one-off special order service in its day and is an excellent example of the luxury of the private trade in the early years of the 19th century. Measuring 7 3/4″ in diameter, slight stacking wear to one, otherwise in very fine condition; circa 1810.





Mandarin Cider Jug #4458

A very well-decorated Chinese export porcelain cider jug of robust size and proportions, finely painted with brilliant enamels with courtly Mandarins at their leisure and pleasures. Some of the best decoration, in the best condition we’ve seen on a cider jug. Measuring 10 1/4″ tall, and dating to circa 1820. Restoration to end of spout, and handles, Foo dog missing his tail.

Available after April 25th.

Group of Japanese Hirado Water Droppers #4459

A completely charming porcelain menagerie of Japanese Hirado water dropper animal figures, very well-sculpted and detailed, most likely representing animals of the Zodiac. This collection comprising a boar, a snake, a horse, an ox, a rabbit, a tiger, a dog, and a dragon. Very minute frits to a couple of the creatures, otherwise all in great condition. Meiji period, late 19th century.