Lot 1028
A Collection of Asian Porcelain Tableware
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
19th and 20th century, includes thirteen items: five plates of various sizes, one marked Made in China, one with two character Chinese mark (one with a rim chip), two bowls of different sizes, both marked Made in China (rim chips to both), two tea bowls with dragon decoration to well, wavy sides and thinly potted, with four character mark to each (some minor nicks to rim; some restoration to rim), a black ground jar decorated with a pheasant and peony blossoms, Japanese mark to underside (hairline crack to rim; drilled to underside; more hairline cracks to underside), a saucer (good estate condition), a covered canister, with six character mark (with old tape residue to cover and sides), and an elegant vase with chilong dragons and lions in high relief to the neck, scalloped edge cover with foo lion finial (chips and hairline crack to cover; chips and numerous repairs to vase.)

Vase 10 3/4 in.

From the Estate of the late Ann M. Vaden, Greensboro, North Carolina