SOLD! for $1,024.00.
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Five (5) Chinese Export Famille Rose porcelain items including two teapots with polychrome decoration depicting figures in landscape settings, one with silver Dutch mount and chain to handle and finial, and two (2) cream pitchers, one with a raised lotus cartouche design to the lower body and one having a ribbed body with two floral reserves to each side, both with polychrome foliate decoration. Ranging in size from 3 1/2" H to 4 3/4" H. Lot also contains one (1) Chinese export porcelain teapot or vase lid. All items 18th century. Provenance: Private Middle Tennessee collection. Acquired by consignor's grandfather in The Hague in the early 1900s. CONDITION: Largest teapot with repaired handle and crack to body. One creampot with chip to rim and one with firing flaw/crack to rim. All pieces with overall general wear to polychrome decoration.