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FROM THE ESTATE OF A LADY SOLD TO BENEFIT THE PERCIVAL DAVID FOUNDATION OF CHINESE ART
TWO BOW FIGURES OF DANCERS

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TWO BOW FIGURES OF DANCERS Circa 1765 The lady modelled curtseying, the gentleman with one hand extended, both in flowered clothes standing on flower-encrusted scroll-footed bases (he with restoration to neck and shoulders, both with restorations to flowers and bases), blue dagger and iron-red anchor and dagger marks 8 1/4in. (20.5cm.) high (2)

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Cf. Peter Bradshaw, Bow Porcelain Fiigures, p. 200, pl. 220. See also Catalogue, 'English Ceramics Circle Exhibition', 1948, p. 42, nos 176 and 177

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