A Chinese Porcelain Rouleau Vase

Item Lot Number: 40

A Chinese Porcelain Rouleau Vase, circa 1900, painted in underglaze blue with figures in gardens on a cracked ice and prunus ground, bears four character Kangxi reign mark, 45.5cm high; A Similar Baluster Vase, 35cm high; A Bowl, painted with dragons chasing the flaming pearl, bears four character Kangxi reign mark, 26cm high; A Similar Dish, painted with cracked ice and prunus; Four Various Chinese Provincial Dishes and a Similar Ginger Jar; and A Tilework Figure of a Dog, in Ming style (qty)

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £150
Condition Report:
Blue and white vase - 45.5cm high, full restored at the neck. Blue and white vase - 35cm high, with numerous firing flaws (20th century). Ginger gar - crazed throughout. Dog - chip to base, piece still present. Tea bowl - hairline crack. Dragon bowl - 25.5cm diameter, 20th century, appears in good condition. Plate 1 - firing flaws and restoration to rim. Plate 2 - old stapled repairs. Plate 3 (decorated with fish) - with firing flaws, otherwise ok. Plate 4 - hairlines to the rim. Plate 5 (decorated with prunus) - generally good condition.