Sold for £35
A garniture of three Chinese export blue and white vases and covers, each cover surmounted by a Fo dog, the bodies of baluster form decorated with a single figure within flowers and foliage, with further single figure to the opposing panel, each having four character mark verso, h.22cm; together with a matching vase, of tapered cylindrical form with flared rim, four character mark verso, h.20cm (4)
One vase with extensive damage, old breaks throughout and with poor repairs, large hole to shoulder, large chips to underside of cover, large chip to base.
Second vase with large chip to Fo dog on cover, with two further large chips to rim and two pieces missing, old break and repair to rim, further star crack.
Third vase with chips to rim of cover, some pitting to glaze.
Cylindrical vase with large chips and fritting to rim, crack to flared rim (possibly firing crack), some pitting to glaze.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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