London, South Kensington
19 July 2001
A Chinese ormolu-mounted underglaze blue and copper-red lavender ground ovoid vase
with slightly flaring neck, painted with bird amongst blossoming chrysanthemums and bamboo issuing from rockwork; a liver red glazed compressed bottle vase; and a pair of small square dishes with canted corners, carved to the centre with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl under green glaze -- 8½in. (21.5cm.) high max.
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