Thu, 16th Dec 2021 9:30

Fine Art, Antiques, Jewellery & Silver

 
  Lot 155
 

A Chinese blue & white porcelain moon flask, Qing, 19th century, with chilong handles, painted to each side with a figure beneath an umbrella with further figures, the sides with lotus flowers and fronds, 30.4cm high, a Chinese garlic mouth vase, Qing. 19th century, painted with plantain leaves and scrolls to the neck, the body painted with peony, on a circular foot, 24.5cm, a dinner plate and side plate, a 19th century crackleware vase and cover, 30.5cm, and a small prunus pattern vase, 13cm

Sold for £280


Condition Report

Moon flask with 5cm inverted 'Y' shape track to the neck, otherwise in good order. The garlic mouth vase has a restored rim chip and two 1.5cm - 2cm hairline cracks on the rim, otherwise in good order. The cover of the crackleware vase has chips and repaired breaks, the vase is in good condition. Both plates have hairline cracks. The small vase has no obvious faults.

 

A Chinese blue & white porcelain moon flask, Qing, 19th century, with chilong handles, painted to each side with a figure beneath an umbrella with further figures, the sides with lotus flowers and fronds, 30.4cm high, a Chinese garlic mouth vase, Qing. 19th century, painted with plantain leaves and scrolls to the neck, the body painted with peony, on a circular foot, 24.5cm, a dinner plate and side plate, a 19th century crackleware vase and cover, 30.5cm, and a small prunus pattern vase, 13cm

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