London, South Kensington
9 November 2007
A celadon and brown jade model of a monkey, 18th/19th Century
the animal crisply carved seated on its haunches, holding a peach branch in one hand across its back with trailing branches and leaves, and with the other hand resting on a knee, the monkeys head lowered, its face with bulging eyes and frowned expression - 1 7/8in. (4.7cm.) high, wooden stand.
S. Marchant and Son, London.
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