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    Sale 2797

    Anton Philips, Entrepreneur & Connoisseur

    6 November 2007, Amsterdam

  • Lot 363

    A Chinese verte-Imari armorial 'Province' shaving dish

    CIRCA 1720

    Price Realised  


    A Chinese verte-Imari armorial 'Province' shaving dish
    Circa 1720
    Painted with a central coat-of-arms surmounted by a coronet and inscribed 'Engelandt' (England), flanked by large peony blooms and butterflies, the gilt brown-edged rim decorated with an underglaze blue trellis-pattern band reserved with various lobed cartouches of flowers, a goat, cockerels, a buffalo and fox, the top pierced for hanging
    26.8 cm. diam.

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