A group of monochrome vessels
Comprising: an unusual purple-glazed tripod bowl, 18th century, relief moulded with pine bark and foliage, 12.5cm (5in) wide; a celadon-glazed twin-fish dish, 14th century, under an even bright glaze, 12.5cm (5in) diam.; a faceted cup, 7cm (2¾in) diam.; a pair of green-glazed slender small vases, 8.5 (3¼in) high; a green-glazed standing horse, probably Tang Dynasty, 10cm (4in) high; a white slip-covered horse, probably Tang Dynasty, 5.25cm (2¼in) high; three various brown-glazed Southeast Asian animal models, all about 8cm (2½in) wide; a pair of white-glazed recumbent animal water droppers, circa 1800, 9cm (3½in) wide; a pair of yellow-glazed qilin perched on cubes, probably 19th century, 10cm (4in) high; a turquoise and purple standing lion, Kangxi, 7.5cm (3in) wide; a small flambe-glazed baluster vase, 13cm (5in) high; a small mottled red snuff bottle, 7cm (2¾in) high; a small black-glazed double-gourd vase, 11cm (4¼in) high; a blue and white seal box and cover, 8.5cm (2½in) diam.; a famille rose domed box and cover painted with landscapes, 7cm (2¼in) square; a soapstone circular domed box and cover, 5.5cm (2in) high; another smaller entirely plain, 4.5cm (1¾in) diam.; and a grey agate crouching monk figure, wood stand, 8.5cm (2½in) high. (29).