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3 Groups of early Chinese ceramics and export porcelain. First grouping: Five pieces of Chinese Export porcelain, Chien Lung period. 1st item: Bowl with iron red border and floral sprig decoration, orange peel texture glaze, marked on base with old museum accession number 58.2502. 2-1/2"H x 5-1/3" diameter. 2nd item: Famille rose tea cup with decoration depicting fishermen and boats. 1-3/4"H. 3rd and 4th item: pair of teacups, blue and white with Willow style landscape decoration, 5th item: small dish or saucer with blue and white landscape decoration and Chinese character mark to underside, 4" diameter. All Chinese, 18th century. Second grouping: Lot of thirteen (13) Chinese and Chinese-style ceramics. Lot includes six pieces of blue and white porcelain ware-1 lobed bowl, 3 regular bowls, 1 saucer and 1 miniature pot with Asian motifs, together with three porcelain saucers decorated with green and red glaze, three small celadon pots, 1 possibly Korean small blue and white craquelure pot. 3rd group: 1 Celadon porcelain figural fish with open mouth, possibly a vase, unmarked. 3-1/2"H; 1 Celadon porcelain plate, seal mark to underside, 7-1/2" diameter; 3rd item: 1 Blanc de Chine figure of Guan Yin, seated in the lotus position and holding a pearl. Unmarked. Hollow with pierced eyes, mouth and ears. 7-1/4"H; 1 Chinese porcelain fruit bowl, lozenge form with oval lobed sides on a conforming foot; overglaze polychrome enamel decorations of fruit, flowers, and other auspicious symbols in a Famille verte palette. 3"h x 10-1/2" w x 8"d. Condition: First grouping: 1st item: some rubbing to exterior border decoration (underglaze). 2nd item: scattered rim chips, a 1" hairline extending from rim. 3rd and 4th item: significant dark crazing. 5th item: 1 very small rim chip. Second grouping: One blue and white bowl has small chips on lip. Miniature blue and white pot has chips and grime to lip and base rim. Biggest chip: 1-2". One celadon pot has 1/2" chip to lip. Possible Korean pot has damage to lip. Earthenware vase with black motif has chips to lip. Third grouping: Items 1-3: Some light grime to fish, minor firing flaws and foot ring chips to plate. 4th item: Some minor wear to enameling and scratching to interior.