Lot 411

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)
清或更晚   粉彩盌碟各一只,「大清道光年製」款,象牙雕人像群及船型核雕件,底部刻《赤壁賦》

Provenance: from the collection of Mr John Gosse (1915- 2017).

Estimate: £100-£200