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Sale IT177 Lot 7054

FOUR CHINESE IMARI TEA BOWLS, QING DYNASTY (18TH/19TH CENTURY) each bowl of hemispherical shape atop a high straight foot, the sides decorated in underglaze blue and iron-red with gilt highlights with pavilions, trees and rockery and men fishing off boats in a wide band, the interior with swags and hanging flaming pearls around the central roundel enclosing a pavilion, dia: 4.25 in.; together with an 18th Century Chinese Export tea bowl and saucer dish, decorated in famille rose with figures in a garden, the small bowl painted with figures and prunus boughs, dia: 2.75 in. (6)

Provenance: Estate of Mrs. Orme Wilson, The Tuleyries, Boyce, Virginia
Estimate $600-800


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