20 - 21 November 2007,
Price realised EUR 2,375
Estimate EUR 2,000 - EUR 3,000
A large Chinese bronze figure of crane
The crane naturallistically modelled with tall legs and claws, the long neck raised upwards and the beak open, standing on a bixi, a mythological dragon-tortoise with dragon-like head with forked antlers and bushy tail, legs of the crane detachable
180 cm. high
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