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A famille rose saucer dish, decorated with Manchu or Chinese figures.
One of two Canton (Guangzhou) export paintings on rice or pith paper, one of a lady shopping, framed. Late Qing dyasnty. Pair with OC137
Ivory netsuke carving of a skeletal man crouching. Signed on the back of his head.
Export saucer dish underglaze in blue and overglazed enamel decoration and gold.
A rectangualr Chinese mirror painting, elegantly decorated with a high ranking mandarian (official) seated beside his consort and her attendant.
A soapstone carving of a standing Taoist immortal, possibly T S'ao Kuo-Chiu holding a pair of ceremonial court tablets, including wood stand.
A Sancai glazed roof tile with modern stand, modelled as Shoulao holding a peach. He wears long robes.
A spinach green jade carved as a recumbent Chinese bearded scholar in long sleeved robes serving tea beside a crawling child. Qing Dynasty.
A soapstone carving of a seated figure of a Lohan.
Ivory figure of Fu Hoa with staff and bell. He wears a hat/crown and cloak incised with rectangular patterns and has a broad smile on his face.
A large Canton porcelain vase, with colourful decoration of people.
Soapstone figure of an Immortal carrying a basket of peaches.
Large ivory carving of Confucious, a Ming Official. He has one arm crossed across his chest.
An amber sculpture of Liu Hao with his magical three-legged toad and string of chinese cash.