9 March 2006,
Price realised GBP 4,560
GBP 500 - GBP 800
A BLACK AND GILT-JAPANNED AND POLYCHROME-DECORATED CHINESE WALLPAPER FOUR-LEAF SCREEN
One side decorated with two panels of Chinese figures before pavilions and two panels of a pavilion before a Chinese landscape, a fragment on the reverse decorated with flowering bamboo with exotic birds in branches, refreshments and losses to decoration.
Each leaf 69 x 25¼ in. (175 x 64 cm.)
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