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Freeman’s varied Asian Arts auction on March 16 includes a group of Korean ceramics from a private Florida collection.

It features buncheong stonewares, blue and white porcelains and celadons such as this 12th century floriform bowl (estimate $1000-1500) above, incised and inlaid with the auspicious motif of boys and lotus, signifying wishes for a multitude of descendants.

Also on March 16 is the Asian works of art sale at Skinner in Boston.

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The Song dynasty qingbai or (bluish-white ware) lobed dish shown here is estimated at $6000-8000 at Doyle New York on March 19.

The Song dynasty qingbai or (bluish-white ware) lobed dish pictured above has a distinguished provenance, having been exhibited at the Oriental Ceramic Society in London, as well as at Eskenazi, London.

At Doyle New York on March 19 it carries an estimate of $6000-8000.