Property of a lady - an Ottoman Islamic copper & enamel pot, possibly Syrian, circa 1900, 3.75ins. (9.5cms.) high; together with a Persian faience bottle vase, damages & restorations, 7.5ins. (19cms.) high (2).
Property of a gentleman - a Japanese white metal table lighter modelled as a dragon, Meiji period (1868-1912), with detachable head, 3.7ins. (9.4cms.) high. Provenance - Trent Manor, Trent, Sherborne, Dorset, gifted to the vendor in 2016.
Property of a lady - a Chinese famille rose cricket bowl, painted with crickets & flowers on a pale cafe au lait ground, four small chips to rim, iron red Daoguang 6-character seal mark and of the period (1821-1850), 4.8ins. (12.2cms.) diameter.
Property of a gentleman - a late 19th century Chinese blue & white baluster vase, painted with two panels of a lady & boy, apocryphal Kangxi 4-character mark to base, cover missing, hairline to neck, 10.65ins. (27cms.) high (see illustration).
Property of a gentleman - a 19th century Chinese blue & white ovoid ginger jar, painted with scrolling lotus, apocryphal Kangxi 4-character mark, 9.05ins. (23cms.) high; together with a 19th century blue & white baluster vase with two opposing dragons, apocryphal Kangxi 4-character mark, 10.45ins. (26.5cms.) high (2).