An early Yaozhou celadon bowl

An early Yaozhou celadon bowl. China, Five Dynasties period or early Northern Song dynasty, 10th century. Glazed ceramic© Priestley & Ferraro

A Yueyao mandarin duck-pattern box and cover, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127), 11th-12th century

A Yueyao mandarin duck-pattern box and cover, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127), 11th-12th century. Diameter: 13.2cm, 5 ¼ in. © Priestley & Ferraro

A Jianyao “hare’s-fur” teabowl

A Jianyao “hare’s-fur” teabowl. Early Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279), 12th-13th century. Diameter: 11.2 cm, 4 3/8 inches© Priestley & Ferraro

A Cizhou pillow with tiger, Song dynasty (960-1127), 11th-12th century

A Cizhou pillow with tiger, Song dynasty (960-1127), 11th-12th century. Length: 25 cm, 9 ¾ in. © Priestley & Ferraro

A Lushan phosphatic-splashed handled jar, Tang dynasty (618-906), 8th or 9th century

A Lushan phosphatic-splashed handled jar, Tang dynasty (618-906), 8th or 9th century. Height: 17.8cm, 7 in. © Priestley & Ferraro

PF Korean vase

A very rare Korean inlaid-decorated celadon flat-sided maebyong. Goryeo dynasty, 13th-14th century. Height: 27.1 cm, 10 ⅝ inches© Priestley & Ferraro

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A very rare painted ashwood figure of a seated tiger. Probably Korean, Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), 18th or 19th century. Height: 86.5 cm, 34 in. © Priestley & Ferraro

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