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1st item: A Celadon porcelain figural fish with open mouth, possibly a vase, unmarked. 3-1/2"H. 2nd item: A Celadon porcelain plate, seal mark to underside, 7-1/2" diameter. 3rd item: a Blanc de Chine (possibly Dehua) 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. 4th item: 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. All Chinese, late 19th to early 20th century. Condition: 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.