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Brilliant Raspberry Fitzhugh 9 3/4″ Plate #7233

A fine example of the Fitzhugh pattern in a very desirable color, the Chinese export porcelain 9 3/4″ dinner plate is meticulously hand-painted in a vibrant raspberry enamel. With only two small lines to the reverse sealed, it is in very good condition and dates to circa 1800.


Rare Form Kangxi Famille Verte Water Dropper #7223

A rare Kangxi period Chinese famille verte figural water dropper modeled in the form of Li Bai (701-762) a famous Tang Dynasty poet. Here he is shown in a bit of a drunken stupor lounging with a large wine pot. What a charming conceit for a scholar’s object! Please note his painstakingly painted and lavish garments featuring cranes, clouds, flower sprigs and the wine pot patterned with prunus blossoms against a ‘cracked ice’ ground. The rim of the wine pot is either a period piece of bronze work or a later, but still old, replacement. Either way, it is very finely cast and detailed. Measuring 8″ long and in very good condition. A similar example in the Jue Rui Tang Collection. Circa 1715.


Great Forms- Blue Fitzhugh Shell and Kidney-Form Dishes #7238c, 7240c

Two great forms in Chinese export porcelain, decorated in the classic Blue Fitzhugh pattern. One, a kidney-shaped serving dish measuring 8 1/4″ x 11″, the other a handsome shell-form dish, otherwise known as a shrimp dish, measuring 10″ x 9 1/2″. Both in very good condition and dating to circa 1800-1820. The kidney form dish priced at $750.00, the shrimp dish at $950.00.



Fine Jiaqing Period Mandarin Oval Platter #7218

One of a graduated set of three fine platters we have from this exquisitely produced Chinese export porcelain dinner service, hand-painted in famille rose  enamels with a central courtly Mandarin scene of figures on a terrace, encircled within an orange, sepia and gilt border of equally fine quality. Measuring 10″ x 13″ and in excellent condition. Jiaqing period, circa 1795.

Beautiful Grisaille Nativity Scene Plate #7220B

A great example of Chinese export porcelain decorated en grisaille, this very well-rendered 9″ plate is from a small group depicting various scenes from the life of Christ, this one picturing a central scene of the Nativity, undoubtedly taken from prints of the period, all within an elaborate European rococo style border with gilt highlights. Very good condition, other than a small rim chip to reverse. Ex-collection of M. Bascourt, Antiquarian, Antwerp. Circa 1745.






Two Fine Blue Fitzhugh Platters #7236c, 7237c

Two fine examples of early 19th century Chinese export porcelain in the Blue Fitzhugh pattern. The oval one measuring 10″ x 12 3/4″; the more rectangular oval one 10 3/4″ x 13″. Both in very good condition and dating to circa 1800-1820. Priced individually, the smaller one $550.00, the larger one $750.00.

Elegant Yongzheng Pheasant Plates #7206

More fine examples from the Yongzheng period, these two lovely Chinese export porcelain plates are each decorated with pheasants perched upon branches and rockwork amongst flowering prunus and peony, the floral motif continues around the outer border mingling with vines heavy with vibrantly enameled multi-colored grapes. Small flake to the reverse rim of one, otherwise very good condition. Measuring 9″ in diameter. Circa 1730. Sold individually $1,450.00 each.






Large Jiaqing Period Mandarin Platter #7217

The largest of three very fine oval graduated platters we have this exquisite dinner service, very well hand-painted in famille rose enamels with a central courtly scene of figures on terrace encircled within a finely wrought border in orange, sepia and gilt. Measuring 11 3/4″ x 14 1/2″ and in excellent condition. Circa 1795.

Charming Mandarin Covered Baluster Vases #7210c

A lovely pair of Chinese export porcelain garniture vases of baluster form with foo-lion covers, decorated with famille rose enamels depicting panels of Mandarin scenes against a ground of flowers, fruits and butterflies within floral gilded ground borders. Measuring 7 3/4″ tall, and with one cover restored, otherwise, very good condition. Circa 1820.