Associated pair of doucai ‘lotus and chrysanthemum’ jars carrying Qianlong marks and of the period, estimate £30,000-50,000 at Roseberys.

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One from a British studio potter features early Chinese ceramics from numerous regions and kilns. Another from France comprises an esoteric array of mainly Chinese works of art collected in 1929.

This associated pair of 5in (12cm) doucai ‘lotus and chrysanthemum’ jars carry Qianlong marks and are of the period. Each finely painted in underglaze blue and enamelled in iron-red, yellow and green enamels, they are offered together with a guide of £30,000-50,000.