– A turquoise-ground vase with Qianlong seal mark is the star lot at Bonhams' auction of Chinese art on the 10th November in London, estimated to fetch between $8 million (£5 million) and $13 million (£8 million)
A gilt-bronze cloisonne enamel tiger waterpot and cover from the Qianlong period, on sale at Sotheby's London on 9th of November 2011 and estimated to fetch between approximately $320,000 (£200,000) and $480,000 (£300,000).
"Boys at Play" jar offered as part of Bonhams London's sale of fine Chinese Art on the 10th of November, 2011, with an estimate of between $480,000 (£300,000) and $800,000 (£500,000).
An extremely rare enamelled and blue 'nine-dragon' vase, on sale at Bonhams on the 10th of November, and extimated to fetch between $480,000 (£300,000) and $641,000 (£400,000).
– A matched pair of blue and white "soldier" vases and covers, from the Qing dynasty, Kanxi period, on sale at Sotheby's London on the 9th of November and estimated to sell for between $160,000 (£100,000) and $240,000 (£150,000).
Examples of Huanghuali furniture from the late Ming-early Qing period, on view at Asian art dealers Eskenazi Limited in London.