London, South Kensington
20 July 2000
A blanc de chine group
modelled as the Eight Immortals in a tree boat -- 11½in. (29cms) wide, (top part of tree restuck, with areas restored and chips to extremities); a blanc de chine model of an Immortal seated on rockwork beside a mythical toad -- 7½in. (19cms) high; a blanc de chine Buddhistic lion seated on a raised base -- 4¾in. (12cms) high, (head cracked); and a blanc de chine model of Guanyin seated on rockwork with a child on her lap -- 6in. (15.2cms) high, (piece chipped off), 19th century.
See Colour Plate 4 for Part Lot. (4)
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