Chinese, Japanese & Indian Ceramics & Works of Art | 15 November 2017
A small Chinese Famille Rose ‘Buddhistic Lion’ bowl
Sold for £220
A small Chinese Famille Rose ‘Buddhistic Lion’ bowl , the exterior painted with playful Buddhistic lions and brocade balls, the base with seal mark in iron red, 9.3cm diameter; Two pairs of Famille Rose Dishes , Tongzhi Mark and period, painted with pendant fruit, bats and Xi characters, 23.5cm diameter and a Chinese Famille Rose bowl , painted with a seated lady with a peach and lingzhi fungus and with characters in black referring to the gift of this bowl to a lady in 1873, 12.5cm diameter; Five Chinese Famille Rose dishes , Daoguang, variously painted with birds precious objects, flowers and insects, some with six character Daoguang red seal marks, 17.5cm to 18.5cm diameter (11)
Provenance: John Wallace Ord Davidson, C.M.G., O.B.E, British Consul-General in Shanghai, circa 1936-1939, then by family descent and to the current owner.
No accurate condition report available for this lot. In general terms the large bowl is cracked and chipped.
One of the plates is chipped. Others have some wear and minor chips.
However, there may be other small cracks and chips so this lot is sold as viewed and not subject to return.
Wednesday 15 November 2017, 10.30am
Friday 10 November
10am - 3pm
Sunday 12 November
10am - 2pm
Monday 13 November
9am - 5.30pm
Tuesday 14 November
8.30am - 4.30pm
Day of sale