London, South Kensington
18 July 2002
A BURMESE BRONZE GROUP
EARLY 20TH CENTURY
COMPRISING A SEATED YOUNG MAN WITH TIED HAIR HOLDING A GONG IN ONE RAISED HAND, WITH THE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT ABOUT TO BE HIT BY A GONG-STICK HELD IN THE ADVANCED HAND OF A KNEELING YOUNG BOY, ABOVE A RECTANGULAR PLATFORM AND WOODEN STAND -- 7IN. (18CM.) LONG, (LOOSE GONG RE-ATTACHED TO YOUNG MAN'S HAND, MINOR WEAR).
PAPER LABEL TO UNDERSIDE - BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION, 1924, BURMA,
E.X. C.M. NO.834A, MAKERS NAME AND ADDRESS, PRICE 5/-/- G.B.P
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