London, South Kensington
10 November 2006
A famille rose porcelain snuff bottle, 19th Century
of flattened ovoid form, painted with a gentleman wearing long flowing robes and assistant before a river landscape, Qianlong mark to base; and six further snuff bottles, 19th and 20th Century, two reverse glass painted bottles, the first with three figures around a large pottery jar, landscape to the reverse, the other with twin carp; a black and russet square sectioned jade bottle with incised prunus decoration; an agate bottle with twin beast-head fixed ring handles; a green jadeite flattened ovoid bottle with apple green inclusions; and a porcelain bottle painted with grass hoppers, Guangxu mark to base - 3in. (7.6cm) high max.
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