Translucent blue with panels on the front and reverse, sides with mask and ring handles and a well carved foot and flared neck. 3.8cm. 1730-1800.
Glass, spinach green of rounded flattened form, with a flared neck and resting on a flat foot. 4.5cm. 1720-1770.
Glass, kingfisher blue, the sides with mask and ring handles, and with a raised oval foot rim; the glass suffused with crizzling. Attributed to the Palace Workshops, Beijing. 5.2cm. 1750-1850.
Porcelain, painted with underglaze blue with sea creatures rising from waves fighting with man with wheels, the neck with pendant ruyi and dots. 7.8cm. 1800-1880.
Glass, red with double overlay of black and white the layers carved through to show a carp, the sides with mask and ring handles. 6.5cm. 1800-1880.
Glass, opaque white with blue overlay fish emitting a vapour from which comes a pavilion. 7.8cm. 1780-1850.
Moss agate with predominantly green markings, the sides well carved with mask and ring handles. 5.6cm. 1780-1850.
Moss agate, with green and ochre markings one side reminiscent of a dragon, the sides with mask and ring handles. 6.4cm. 1780-1850.
Agate, the darker inclusions carved as a leaf which protects grapes. 4.1cm. 1780-1850
Porcelain, tall cylindrical form, painted in underglaze blue with a scaly five clawed dragon chasing a flaming pearl, the base with concentric cylindrical bands. 1800-1880.
Porcelain, painted in sepia tones with Huang Chenyan on his donkey and attendant carrying prunus blossom, the reverse painted in black, the base with a Daoguang mark. 1821-1850.