Pair of Chinese porcelain vases, white ground and multicoloured and golden decorations, glazed; round form with short neck; the decorations containing cartouches with court scenes, as well as blossoms, fruits and birds; on the bottom marks with four signs; late Qing Dynasty; a pair.
Chinese big imperial bronze stamp; bronze cast with Cloisonnée enamelled decorations on the base; the stamp (bottom) with square form with 6 Chinese signs; the sides of the stamp with Cloisonné multicoloured demon masks decoration; the grip on the top with nine dragons; Qing Dynasty.
height 29cm, length 15,5cm
Big Chinese ceremonial bronze pot, partially gilded and partially with green patina (from aging); round bombed form with dragons and inscribed archaic characters; on the sides two mouvable rings conected with a chain fixed to the lid with a hand grip; the lid in form of a bird head; Qing Dynasty.
Pair of Chinese large pumpkin porcelain vases with thin neck, narrow middle section, rounded form on round lower border ring, richly floral multicoloured painted and decorated on white ground, glazed, bottom four signs mark; late Qing Dynasty.
height 36cm, length 32,3cm
Chinese porcelain ceremonial water pot, multicoloured painting with two cartouches containting a musician and an lady playing, glazed; the rest with yellow ground and floral decorations; the hand grip and the spout in golden colour; the lid crowed by a lion; on the bottom 6 script sign mark; Qing Dynasty.
Large Asian bronze group of Guanyin sitting on a fabulous animal, on naturalistic style integrated oval base; bronze cast with very fine hand finish; the base and animal with verdigris patina and the sitting Guanyin with a bowl and box in the hands, dark patina with remains of former gilding and silvering; possibly Qing Period.
height 120cm, width 90cm
Extraordinary and particular large Chinese blue and white porcelain bowl with round shaped border, waved extended high border rim, decorated with a blue painted dragon in the centre with clouds and four dragons on the sides; on white ground, glazed; possibly Qing Dynasty.