A SMALL COLLECTION OF CHINESE PORCELAIN AND CARVINGS.
Qing Dynasty, and later.
Comprising: a wucai plate painted with a cluster of bamboo, a famille rose bowl painted with a fishing village and boats on the river, a six character Daoguang mark to the base, and olive stone carving formed as a pleasure boat with figures and articulated window shutters, with the Ode to the Red Cliff inscribed to the underside, together with an ivory carving of two boys, 17.7cm. (4)
Provenance: from the collection of Mr John Gosse (1915- 2017).