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A Longquan celadon charger. Ming Dynasty. photo Bonhams

The fabric incised with a diffuse leaf scroll band to the rim flange, a diffused peony scroll band along the curving cavetto and a cash-patterned diaper pattern filling a barbed medallion across the floor of the well, the reverse undecorated and the recessed base marked with a russet-burnt firing ring to the olive colored glaze. 18in (46cm) diameter - Sold for $17,080

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A Longquan celadon jar. Ming Dynasty. photo Bonhams

Of compressed globular form, its thick walls carved on the exterior with vertical reserves of flowering sprigs above a lotus petal band extending down to the waisted area above the thick foot, the base separately formed and inserted before glazing and marked on the interior with a small cinnamon-burnt firing ring; the mouth rim also unglazed. 10in (25.5cm) high; 13in (33cm) diameter - Sold for $8,540

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A Longquan celadon charger. Ming Dynasty. photo Bonhams

Its shallow, curving well incised beneath a mottled sea-green glaze with a cash-patterned diaper filling the circular floor and a peony scroll band along the curving cavetto, the reverse undecorated and the recessed base marked with a cinnamon-burnt firing ring. 17 5/8in (44.5cm) diameter - Sold for $5,490

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Zhejiang celadon tripod censer. 17th Century. photo Bonhams

Carved beneath the densely crazed olive glaze with a half-chevron band along the set-in waist and a fluidly rendered peony flower and leaf scroll pattern to the compressed globular walls supported on three hollow, conical feet, the floor of the well centered with a cinnamon-burnt circular patch and the exterior base burnt the same color. 15 1/8in (38.5cm) diameter - Sold for $3,965

Bonhams. Fine Asian Works of Art, 22 Jun 2010. 220 San Bruno Avenue, San Francisco www.bonhams.com