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Chinese Imari Porcelain Plate

Beautifully decorated with a basket of flowers on a balustrade terraces.
Kangxi period, ca: early 18th century
Diameter: 15 3/8 inches
Similar examples may be found in the hisotric collection of Augustus the Strong, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland,
now in the Zwinger Museum, Dresden.


Pair of Chinese Turquoise Glazed Porcelain Vases

Of faceted-globular form with expanding lip; animal form archaistic handles, and expanding pedestal foot.  Glazed overall in a deep turquoise blue with fine crackle. A most beautiful combination of color and form.
18th century
Height: 13 ¼ inches
Ex: Private American Collection

Chinese Armorial Porcelain Dish

Decorated with the Arms of Christian August, Prince of Anhalt, and his wife Johanna Elisabeth,
parents of Catherine the Great.
Ca: 1750
Diameter: 9 ¼ inches

Chinese Famille Verte Porcelain Plate

Decorated with a scene from the Romance of the Western Chamber. 
All finely painted in bright enamels.
Kangxi period, ca: late 17th century
Diameter: 12 ¾ inches
Ex: Private American Collection

Fine and Rare Pair of Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Vases and Covers

Very rare in blue and white, the type more often
found decorated in famille verte with  such examples in noted collections including: the Salting Collection; the Gow Collection;  the Goldschmidt Collection; and another very similar pair illustrated by Gorer and Blacker, 1911, Vol. I, Pl. 64, No. 191.

Kangxi period, AD 1662-1722
Height with bases: 13 5/8 inches
With carved wood stands.

Fine Chinese Coral Glazed Eggshell Porcelain Vase

Thinly and elegantly potted.  Glazed overall in a deep and vibrant
coral red.
Yongzheng period, 1723-1735
Height: 7 1/2 inches
Ex: Private American Collection
Ex: Ralph M. Chait Galleries 1940's

Chinese Famille  Verte Porcelain Plate

Superbly painted in bright enamels.
Kangxi period, AD 1662-1722
Diameter: 14 inches
Similar examples: Palace Museum, Beijing and the historic colleciton of
Augustus the Strong at the Zwinger Museum, Dresden.

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