3 May 2001,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 153
GBP 100 - GBP 150
A Burmese hardwood hanging shelf
carved all over in high relief with caparisoned elephants supporting stepped and galleried shelves flanked by lions and mythical birds, the rear panel with further birds, elephants, tigers, serpents and a camel amongst scrolling foliage and fruiting vines beneath an arched pediment symetrically carved and pierced with recumbent figures -- 43¼in. (109.8cm.) wide, (minor wear).
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