London, South Kensington
20 July 2000
A Cantonese bottle vase and cover
painted and gilt with panels of ladies and dignitaries on terraces on a ground of scattered precious objects, fruit and flower sprays -- 153/8in. (39cms) high; and a Cantonese rouleau vase with panels of figrues on terraces and birds and biutterflies amongst fruit and flowers -- 12in. (30.5cms) high, 19th century.
See Colour Plate 6 for One. (2)
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