London, South Kensington
14 November 2007
A CHELSEA MINIATURE FIGURE OF A MAN WITH A ROLLER
CIRCA 1758-62, BROWN ANCHOR MARK TO TREE STUMP
Modelled leaning into a roller, a tree-stump at his side, wearing a green jacket with pink collars, white shirt and pale-yellow breeches, on a rectangular mound base
2½ in. (5.7 cm.) high
Anon., sale Sotheby's London, 4th February 1969, lot 154.
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