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Dreweatts 1759

Donnington Priory,
Newbury,
Berkshire,
United Kingdom,
RG14 2JE

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Dreweatts 1759 - Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art
Sale commencing:   11 November 2019 10:30 AM

Lot 1

An unusual Chinese blue and white 'Cockerel' censer and cover, Ming Dynasty, Tianqi or Chongzhen period (1621-1643), modelled in the form of a standing cockerel on a reticulated mound, the detachable head turned to its left, 17.2cm high, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950's on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. This cockerel was inspected by Sir Harry M Garner (1891 - 1977), the Hon Secretary of the Oriental Ceramic Society from 1951-1967, and President from 1967-1971, and Hugh Shire of the OCS. In a letter from Hugo Shire to the owner, dated 26th February 1968, he comments, 'Many thanks for offering the Swatow bowl and the cock. The final decision of course rests with the committee but I have very little doubt that our views will prevail, unless the others are in a truculent mood!' They were making selections for the 1971 OCS Exhibition. However, in this instance, as it was not selected, it would appear the committee was in a 'truculent mood' ???/?? ???????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £1500 - £2500

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Lot 2

A Chinese blue and white jar and cover, Ming Dynasty, 16th century, potted with gently curving rounded sides, painted with six roundels enclosing peony, camellia, lotus, chrysanthemum and pomegranate, decorated on the shoulder with a band of ruyi heads and and a band of petal lappets above the base, the base inscribed with a four-character yutang jiaqi mark, 25cm high, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950's on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. Compare with a blue and white bowl with similar roundels in the British Museum, reference number C627 ?16?? ??“????”?????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £1500 - £2500

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Lot 3

A Chinese blue and white moulded 'Three Friends of Winter' dish, Ming Dynasty, Wanli period (1573-1620), decorated on the interior medallion with bamboos, pine and plum trees, from which radiate rows of moulded lotus petals with alternating swastika symbols, 29.1cm diameter, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. ??? ????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ???????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £1500 - £2000

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Lot 4

A Chinese blue and white 'Eighteen Scholars' stem cup, Ming Dynasty, 16th-17th century, the hollow high foot rising to a rounded bowl and a slightly flared rim, the exterior decorated in cobalt blue with a continuous scene depicting a gathering of eighteen scholars, all above petal lappets encircling the underside, the foot bordered with pendent leaves, the rim bordered with a geometric band, 14.7 cm diameter, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. Compare with a similar example in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Ceramics Room 137, The Curtain Foundation Gallery, case F, shelf 2, C.46-1957 ???????? ?????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £5000 - £7000

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Lot 5

A Chinese Qingbai cup and stand, Song Dynasty (1127-1279), the thinly potted cup with narrow ribs rising to the slightly petal-lobed rim, the stand raised on a spreading pedestal foot and with a platform in the centre, both covered overall with a transparent pale blue glaze, the stand 13cm diameter, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950's on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. ? ???????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £600 - £800

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Lot 6

A Chinese Longquan celadon drum-shaped tripod censer, Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368), raised on three feet, molded with two rows of drum-nail bosses encircling the bulbous body, covered with an attractive green glaze of even tone, 18.8cm diameter, Japanese wood box.Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. This 'bulb pot' was inspected by Sir Harry M Garner (1891 - 1977), the Hon Secretary of the Oriental Ceramic Society from 1951-1967, and President from 1967-1971, and Hugh Shire also then on the committee of the OCS. In a letter from Hugo Shire to the owner, dated 26th February 1968, he lists and values this piece as, 'Celadon bulb bowl £300/500.' A copy of the letter is available for inspection. ? ?????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 7

An unusual Ge-type bowl, of deep rounded form with flared rim, with an attractive greenish-grey glaze suffused with dark grey crackle joined by faint gold crackle, Chinese or Japanese, unknown date, 11.6cm wide x 6.5cm high, wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. ?????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ???????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £300 - £600

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Lot 8

A Chinese large purple-splashed ‘Jun’ bowl, Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368), with steep rounded sides rising to a slightly incurved rim, applied overall with a lavender-blue glaze stopping above the foot to reveal the dark brown body, the interior with a small purple splash to one side, 18.5cm diameter, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. This bowl was inspected by Sir Harry M Garner (1891 - 1977), the Hon Secretary of the Oriental Ceramic Society from 1951-1967, and President from 1967-1971, and Hugh Shire of the OCS. In a letter from Hugo Shire to the owner, dated 26th February 1968, he lists and values this bowl as 'Chün blue bowl, £250.' A copy of the letter is available for inspection. ? ?????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ???????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £500 - £1000

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Lot 9

A small Longquan celadon ribbed jar, Yuan or Ming Dynasty, the ribbed broad baluster body rising from a recessed base to a short straight neck, covered overall in celadon-green glaze, 6.5cm high, carved hardwood cover and fitted hardwood box, Japanese wood box Compare with a similar ribbed jar sold at Sotheby's HK, Lot 606, 29-30 November 2018 Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. ?-? ???????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 10

A Korean incised celadon 'Lotus' stem cup and stand, Goryeo Dynasty, 13th century, the conical cup deep and fluted on a tapered, fluted foot to recall a blossom, incised with foliage to the eight panels, lobed base incised with flower heads with raised cup support modelled with leaves around a raised floret, the cup 7.5cm diameter and the base 15cm diameter, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner.

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 11

A Chinese carved ‘Lotus’ bowl, Song Dynasty, freely carved to the interior with a combed and carved leafy lotus scrolls, the exterior decorated with carved lotus petals, applied overall with a glossy ice-blue glaze, 14.9cm diameter, Japanese wood box; a Qingbai ‘Chrysanthemum’ cosmetic box and cover, Song Dynasty, of compressed globular form with lobed sides resembling the petals of a chrysanthemum flower, impressed on the cover with a similar design, 6.1cm diameter, Japanese wood box and a Chinese Qingbai conical bowl, Song Dynasty, the interior with combed and carved cloud design, with grey-green glaze, 17.4cm diameter (3) Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. ? ????????????????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £200 - £400

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Lot 12

A rare Chinese yellow glazed dish with stylised floral designs, mid 17th century, the low tapering foot ring, covered inside and out with a rich 'egg-yolk' yellow glaze, the interior incised with floral foliage, 19.8cm diameter, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. Compare with a similar dish at the Museum of East Asian Art, Bath, reference number BATEA 773 and another dated 1645-60, see Michael Butler et al, Shunzhi porcelain, Treasures from an Unknown Reign, no. 38, p.153. 17?? ????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 13

A good Chinese Longquan celadon vase, Southern Song Dynasty, 13th century, with an attractive bluish-green kinuta-type glaze, the globular body rising from a tapered foot to a tall neck and everted dished rim, 14.8cm high, fitted hardwood base, with Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. Compare with a similar vase sold at Christie's Hong Kong, Lot 2224, 29th May, 2013 and another illustrated in He Li, Chinese Ceramics, no.272 ?? ????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £5000 - £8000

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Lot 14

A Chinese Robin's egg-glazed vase, Qing Dynasty, 18th-19th century, the body of ovoid shape surmounted by a tall waisted neck, 12.5cm high; and a green crackle-glazed bottle vase, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, 12.5cm high, both with Japanese wood boxes (2) Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s and by direct descent to the current owner. ?18-19?? ???????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 15

A Chinese celadon 'Dragon and Pheonix' vase, Yongzheng six-character mark, the cylindrical body supported on a slightly splayed base, the body delicately carved in relief with chilong confronting soaring phoenixes amid scrolling clouds, covered overall with a pale celadon glaze, the base with a six-character Yongzheng seal mark in underglaze-blue but possibly Republic Period, 27.5cm high, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner. ??(??) “??????”????????? ????:W. R. Hodgson ?????????????????????????????????????????????

Estimated Value: £600 - £800

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Lot 16

A small Korean slip-decorated celadon-glazed box and cover, Goryeo Dynasty, 13th century, circular form, the cover is inlaid with a floral slip design on a celadon ground, and the base inlaid with a stylised border, 8cm diameter, Japanese wood box Provenance: Bought by Colonel W. R. Hodgson in Tokyo in the early 1950s on the advice of Professor Fujio Koyama (?????) of Tokyo National Museum and by direct descent to the current owner.

Estimated Value: £600 - £800

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Lot 17

A set of four Chinese gouache paintings, circa 1850, Guangdong region, well painted with barges and boats, on paper, approximately 25cm x 38cm, framed (4) ??1850? ???????

Estimated Value: £500 - £800

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Lot 18

A Chinese export painting, early 19th century, oil on canvas, depicting a lady seated at an open window adjusting her headdress before an oval table clock with her maid, a high ranking Manchu nobleman wearing an imperial-yellow jacket, watching them in a screened room to the side, gilt and lacquered wooden frame, picture size 58cm x 44.5cm, overall size including the frame 71cm x 58cm Provenance: Formerly in a private UK collection ?19???? ?????? ????:??????

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 19

Two Chinese Ningxia 'Five Dragons' meditation mats, 19th century, comprising one mat with one dragon full faced and four side facing on an apricot field, 75cm x 75cm, and another slightly bigger mat with similar patterns on an ochre ground, 80cm x 80cm (2) Compare with a similar mat sold at Chritie's NY, Lot 1022, 21 March 2015 ?19?? ??????????

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 20

A Chinese Ningxia ‘Dragon’ rug, late 19th century, the orange field with a spiralling dragon and auspicious symbols above cloud forms, 128cm long x 63cm wide ?19?? ?????????

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 21

A large collection of approximately 330 auction catalogues, including Koller auction 4th June 2019 with bronze censer, Polly auction 'Si Yue Tang collection', Sotheby's New York 'Junkun collection', Sotheby's HK 'Tianminlou Collection', Sotheby's HK 'Sir Quo Wei Lee collection', and many Sotheby's HK 'Important Chinese art' catalogues.???????330?

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 22

A Chinese eight-fold painted screen, Qing Dynasty, oil on canvas stretched on wood frame, depicting figures in a garden setting with pavilions representing the gateway to heaven and the gateway to hell, within key fret band bordered with precious objects and dragons, each panel 199cm high x 40cm wide, overall 3 metres 20 centimetres long ? ?????????

Estimated Value: £2000 - £3000

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Lot 23

A pair of Chinese Jumu Cabinets, Qing Dynasty, the doors carved with two pairs of stylised lotus and foliate carved doors, 211cm high x 50cm deep x 107cm wide (2) Provenance: From a private collection purchased at Comptoir de la Main d'Or, Paris, August 21st, 1999 and described on the receipt as mid 18th century from Jiangsu. ? ?????? ????:??????,1999?????

Estimated Value: £3000 - £5000

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Lot 24

A Chinese hardwood 'Luohan' couch-bed, Qing Dynasty, possibly tieli wood, carved with dragons roundels, the whole raised on inward curved legs, 196cm long x 73cm high x 83cm wide Provenance: From a private collection purchased at Comptoir de la Main d'Or, Paris, 8th November 2000 and described on the receipt as early 20th century from Guangdong. The low-back couch-bed (chuang) with solid rails is among the simplest and most harmonious forms of Ming and Qing furniture. Evolved from ancient box-style platforms, it had developed, by the Ming dynasty, into the sophisticated corner-leg frame with the type of side railings seen here. Often used as the centerpiece in formal seating arrangements within a reception hall, the chuang was extremely versatile and could even be found in the scholar's studio and the women's quarters. Compare with a similar tielimu 17th century 'couch' bed, 97.129A-E, in the Minneapolis Institute of Art. ? ?????? ????:??????,2000?????

Estimated Value: £600 - £1000

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Lot 25

A Chinese pale yellow wool rug, 19th century, Qing Dynasty, with 'Shou' symbols, 290cm x 245cm Provenance: Private Collection purchased, Illulian, Milan, June 2001 ? ?????? ????:???????,2001?????

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 26

A Chinese 'Peking' wool 'Dragon' rug, 185cm x 120 cm; a Chinese 'Peking' wool runner, with lotus and spandrel field, 285cm x 75cm and three similar Chinese Peking wool rugs, 172 x 92cm (5) Provenance: All from a private collection and the runner purchased from Sandra Whitman, San Francisco, in circa 2000. ????? ????:??????

Estimated Value: £500 - £700

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Lot 27

A pair of Chinese hardwood horseshoe-back armchairs, quanyi, Qing Dynasty, the arched crest rail comprised of five segments ending in outward scrolling hand grips, the back post flanking a curved central splat, 98cm high x 62cm wide x 45cm deep (2) Provenance: From a private collection purchased at Comptoir de la Main d'Or, Paris, 8th November 2000 and described on the receipt as early 20th century from Guangdong. ? ?????? ????:??????,2000?????

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 28

A large square hardwood kang table, circa 1900, the moulded edge tapering to a beaded lower edge over a short recessed waist, set above an arched and cusped apron, supported on cabriole legs, 114xm square x 45cm high Provenance: From a private collection probably purchased at Comptoir de la Main d'Or, Paris, 2001. ??? ???? ????:??????,2001?????

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 29

A pair of Chinese hardwood bedside tables, early 20th century, with single central drawer, 82cm high x 51cm wide x 38cm deep Provenance: From a private collection purchased in Paris, circa 2000. ?? ??????

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 30

A Chinese hardwood pedestal desk, early 20th century, with three drawers above two drawers on each pedestal and with lattice bases, 155cm wide x 75cm deep x 82cm high Provenance: From a private collection purchased at Comptoir de la Main d'Or, Paris, 18th September 2001 and described on the receipt as early 20th century from Guangdong. ?? ????? ????:??????,2001?????

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 31

A Chinese Ningxia carpet, circa 1870, of 'Nine Dragon' design, localised areas of wear 277cm x 190cm ??1870? ??????

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 32

After Wan Shouqi (1603-1652), 19th century, Qing Dynasty, colour on silk, depicting the legend of the birth of the great sage Confucius was foretold by the arrival of a qilin, signed and with two seals of the artist, 103 x 44.7cm (?)???«?????» ?? ??

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 33

Henry Wo Yue-Kee (born 1927), Landscape with a woodcutter, framed, ink and colour on paper, signed and with one seal of the artist, 56cm x 56cm. Born in Guangdong, Wo Yue-Kee was a student of Zhao Shao'ang in the late 1940s. After relocating to the United States he soon developed his distinctive style which blends descriptive realism and impressionistic brushwork. His work is now included in many museum collections such as the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, Art Museum in Hawaii and Birmingham Museum of Art. ???(1927-)«??» ???? ?? ??:?? ??:?(??)

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 34

A group of fourteen various gouache paintings, 19th century, Guangdong region, on pith paper, depicting figures in interiors, single figures, flowers or birds, approximately 30cm x 19cm and other sizes (14) ??????????

Estimated Value: £800 - £1200

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Lot 35

A Chinese painting on silk, anonymous, 19th century, Qing Dynasty, depicting Magu, the Goddess of Longevity, travelling in a willow boat above frothing waves, image size 76.5cm x 42cm ?19?? ???? ?? «?????»

Estimated Value: £200 - £400

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Lot 36

A group of four Chinese rice paper paintings, 19th century, Qing Dynasty, comprising three paintings of courtiers and one painting of a mandarin lady, framed and glazed, 41.5cm long x 29.5cm wide (4) ?19?? ?????????

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 37

A thangka depicting Sarvabuddhadakini, Tibet, 19th century, pigment on cloth, the tantric goddess drinking blood from a skull cup, 42cm x 32.5cm Provenance: Purchased by current owner between circa 1985-1995.?19?? ?????????? ????:???????????????

Estimated Value: £500 - £700

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Lot 38

A black-ground Tibetan Thangka, 19th century, depicting a mandala (cosmic diagram) with a Buddhist deity, 68cm x 49.5cm to edge of mount Provenance: Purchased by current owner between circa 1985-1995 ?19?? ??????? ????:???????????????

Estimated Value: £600 - £800

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Lot 39

A bilingual map of Beijing with English names transposed over a map in Chinese, circa 1935, detailed map with buildings on the street blocks delineated and a large number of them identified with Chinese characters, 79 x 54cm unframed, in the original red slipcase with gilt lettering, 22cm x 11cm, together with another detail map, showing part of the Forbidden City, 69 x 33cm unframed, and a Guide to Peking, dated 1931, published by The Leader, and containing a Tourists' Map of Peiping, 19 x 13cm (3) ?1935? «????»?«?????»

Estimated Value: £600 - £800

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Lot 40

A set of four Chinese painted wood figures, 19th century, three with Gerald Hawthorn labels to base, 12cm Two Chinese 'erotic' marriage panels, decorated in relief on painted silk reserves, with scenes of garden gatherings, robes of the figures decorated and heightened in gilt, the top panels covering further scenes with erotic groups within garden settings on silk, within card borders applied with embroidered strips, 24.7cm long x 19.8cm wide and (6) ???????????????????

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 41

A set of twelve good Chinese gouache 'fruit and flower' paintings, circa 1850, Guangdong region, on pith paper, visible area 17cm x 26.5cm (12) ??1850? ??????????

Estimated Value: £4000 - £6000

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Lot 42

A set of twelve Chinese gouache paintings, circa 1850, Guangdong region, on pith paper, each painted with pairs of birds, in branches or on grassy mounds or rocks, the visible area approximately 16cm x 28cm, framed (12) ??1850? ???????12?

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 43

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 44

A Chinese blue gauze dragon robe, Qing Dynasty, late 19th century, with 20th century alterations into an evening coat, 134cm hem to collar and 106cm cuff to cuff Provenance: Dr Edwin Robert Wheeler (1878-1965) of the Peking Union Medical College and by descent to the family until sold to the present owner. ?? ?????? ????:??????(???????)Edwin Robert Wheeler ??????

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 45

Wu Yiming, Tigers, early 20th century, scroll, ink and colour on paper, 130cm long x 65cm wide 20???? ???«???»

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 46

Two Chinese paintings after Jiao Bingzhen (1689-1726), Farming scenes, 19th century, Qing Dynasty, ink and colour on silk, both painted with scenes of transplanting rice seedlings in south China, signed and with seals of the artist, 100cm long x 43.5cm wide, the other painting 106cm long x 53cm wide ?19?? (?)???«???»?? ????

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 47

A Chinese landscape painting, ink on silk, 19th century, signed Sheng Fang and with one seal of the artist, framed, picture size 74cm high x 35cm wide ?19?? «???»????

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 48

Xu Bangda (1911-2012), Buddha in Qianlong style, ink and colour on paper, scroll, dated 1975, signed and with seals of the artist, 65.5cm long x 31.5cm wide ???(1911-2012) «???»

Estimated Value: £300 - £400

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Lot 49

Meng Hansong (1915-), Album of landscape paintings, containing twelve leaves of landscape paintings, each with seal of the artist, and dated 1986, each leaf 27.6cm long x 19.8cm wide ???«???????»

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 50

Li Xitai (19th century), River landscape, scroll, ink and colour on paper, signed and with one seal of the artist, picture size 120cm x 40cm Provenance: From the private collection of Rodney Pete and Marge Henricksen. The Henricksens formed their collection while living in Japan in the 1960s and early 1970s. ???(??)«????»???? ?? ????:??Henricksen??????,????????????????

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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