2 - 3 April 2013,
Price realised USD 5,625
USD 800 - USD 1,200
A GROUP OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE TABLE ARTICLES,
KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722),
comprising a drum-form teapot and cover; a teabowl and saucer decorated with a mother and child, four character mark to base; and two hexagonal dishes, auspicious symbol within a double circle to base; together with a blue and white silver mounted porcelain plate, the silver marked for the Netherlands and '.833'
The silver mounted plate 11in. (28cm.) diameter (8)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
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