11 - 12 July 2006
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A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE JARDINIERE AND A CIRCULAR DISH,
the first of tapering cylindrical form, painted with a phoenix amidst blossoming shrubs and rockwork; the second painted with seven phoenix medallions on the interior; together with a famille verte quadrangular vase painted with flowering branches, 19th century, apocryphal Chenghua mark
10 5/8in. (25.7cm.) high; 13 5/8in. (33.8cm.) diameter; 20¼in. (51.4cm.) high (3)
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