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  • Satsuma porcelain vase with dragon handles, painted in panels to represent landscape on one side and hens on the other. Geometrical patterns and flowers on the rest of the surface. Waves and flowers round the bottom. The maker's mark and a circle at the bottom. (Same as No. 104/IX).
  • Imari porcelain dish oval in shape and having incised edges, painted in panels to represent a goose and flowers and leaves all over in blue, red and orange colours. Creeper design with flowers in blue at the reverse. A circle and the maker's mark in blue colour at the bottom.
  • Crackled China figure of the standing Buddha with folded hands and a rosary. The mark of Swastika on the chest.
  • Celadon plate of sea - green (dark shade) colour having flat brim showing in relief lotus motifs in the middle.Made at the City Factory Long Quan.(Changes suggested by Ms.Ming, Curator, Victoria Albert Museum, London.)
  • Circular painted porcelain plate representing three children playing in a garden. Girl holding pigeon with both hands.
  • Oval shaped porcelain plate painted with a landscape. Signed L.B with the maker's mark at bottom.
  • Circular porcelain plate painted with a landscape bearing the signature G. Asselineau.
  • Circular porcelain plate painted with a landscape, signed G. Asselineau.
  • Porcelain vase shaped as the stump of a tree with three climbing children. One of the children seated and holding something like that of vase in his left hand and a frog near his left leg.
  • Porcelain garden pot stand with the short legs, representing floral designs in relief four flowers on the top, set in entwined circles, top is light green colour