21 January 2009
A BLUE AND WHITE 'HATCHER CARGO' JAR AND COVER
Painted with scattered peony among ribbon-tied auspicious objects and antiques, a cloud pattern band at the foot
9¾ in. (24.8 cm.) high (2)
The Property of Captain Michael Hatcher; Christie's, Amsterdam, 14 March and 12-13 June 1984, part lot 100-2.
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