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Lot 485

Tuesday 07 Feb, 2017 - 10.00am

An early 18th Century Hanau blue and white faience bulbous vase with garlic neck, the central panel painted in Chinese Transitional style with figures and a lion in a rocky landscape, 12ins high (neck reduced), a Dutch delft vase painted with flowers and leaves, 12.75ins high (neck reduced), and another of panelled form painted with stylised leaves and flowers, 17ins (rims restored)

Estimate £180 - 260 Sold for £360

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป