Sale: LMAR19

Mar 12 2019 10:00 - Lewes North Street

Gorringe's Spring Sale

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Lot 324

A Chinese kesi work dragon panel, 18th/19th century, 111 x 106cm, adapted and later lined

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £700

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Lot 325

A Chinese bronze tripod censer, diameter 10cm

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £200

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Lot 326

A Guangzhou enamel dish, Qianlong four character mark and of the period (1736-95), 16.5cm across, wear and chip losses to enamel

Estimate: £800  - 1200

Sold for £800

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Lot 327

A Chinese amber necklace overall 66in.. sold with a copy of the catalogue

Estimate: £800  - 1200

Sold for £1,700

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Lot 328

A Chinese cloisonne enamel vase, 18th/19th century, height 19cm

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £300

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Lot 329

A Chinese scroll picture, manner of Xu Beihon, the image 96 x 37cm excl. borders

Estimate: £150  - 200

Sold for £320

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Lot 330

Three volumes The Edward T Chow collection catalogue, Sothebys, Hong Kong 1980-1981

Estimate: £500  - 700

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Lot 331

A Tibetan painted silk thangka of Green Tara, early 20th century, 72 x 45cm excl. borders

Estimate: £200  - 300

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Lot 332

A Chinese bronze gui censer, Xuande seal mark but 18th century, w. 13.5cm

Estimate: £1200  - 1600

Sold for £1,400

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Lot 333

Eight various Chinese paintings on pith paper and leaves, 19th century,

Estimate: £150  - 200

Sold for £280

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Lot 334

A Chinese red lacquer pentafoil shaped dish, width 28cm

Estimate: £300  - 400

Sold for £500

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Lot 335

A Chinese gilt bronze seated figure of Amitayus, total height 19cm

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £850

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Lot 336

A Chinese bronze baluster shaped censer, Gui, Qing dynasty, width 14cm

Estimate: £300  - 400

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Lot 337

A Chinese bronze censer, Ding, Qing dynasty, diameter 16.5cm

Estimate: £250  - 350

Sold for £240

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Lot 338

A large Chinese cloisonne enamel panel, late 20th century, 104 x 85cm

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £700

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Lot 339

Chinese Colour Prints of Today by Jan Tschichold, Holbein Publishing Company, 1946, one volume in slip case

Estimate: £300  - 400

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Lot 340

Three Chinese Yixing pewter and jade mounted cups, Daoguang period (1821-50), w. 8cm-8.6cm

Estimate: £600  - 800

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Lot 341

A Chinese Yixing pottery pewter mounted bowl, Daoguang period (1821-50), w. 21.3cm

Estimate: £800  - 1200

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Lot 342

Four Chinese pith paintings, 19th century, 18.5 x 28 to 30cm

Estimate: £250  - 350

Sold for £260

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Lot 343

Three Japanese printed books on Chinese archaic bronzes,

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £280

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Lot 344

An album of nine Chinese pith paintings of tea production, 19th century, each page 21 x 29cm

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £800

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Lot 345

A Chinese embroidered silk picture of a cat, Republic period, 55 x 77cm

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £600

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Lot 346

A Chinese archaistic bronze ritual wine cup, Zhi, Shang / Western Zho dynasty or later, height 12.5cm

Estimate: £500  - 700

Sold for £480

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Lot 347

A Chinese archaic bronze wine vessel, Jue, Shang dynasty or later, height 19cm, repair to one leg

Estimate: £500  - 700

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Lot 348

A pair of Chinese embroidered silk pictures, Republic period, 43 x 55cm including brocade border

Estimate: £550  - 650

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