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A PAIR OF CHELSEA PORCELAIN 'HUNTING' BOCAGE CANDLESTICKS
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A PAIR OF CHELSEA PORCELAIN 'HUNTING' BOCAGE CANDLESTICKS

CIRCA 1765, GOLD ANCHOR AND PATCH MARKS

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A PAIR OF CHELSEA PORCELAIN 'HUNTING' BOCAGE CANDLESTICKS
CIRCA 1765, GOLD ANCHOR AND PATCH MARKS
One modeled as a boar, the other as a leopard, both being attacked by hounds, on scroll-molded bases
12 ½ in. (31.8 cm.) high approximately
Provenance
With Stuart and Turner, London.
Acquired from Delomonse & Son, London, through the Antique Porcelain Co., New York, November 1953, as a present from David to Peggy Rockefeller.
Literature
D. Fennimore, et al., The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection: Decorative Arts, New York, vol. IV, 1992, p. 126, no. 134.
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Two similar models with a boar and leopard are in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (accession nos. 54.163.5 and 54.163.6).

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