London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Cantonese famille rose baluster jar with ormolu mounts, 19th century
with twin moulded ruyi-septre handles to the neck, each with a ribbon formed ormolu mount cascading down the shoulders, painted in coloured enamels and gilt with panels of ladies at leisure and surrounded by panels of dragons amongst scrolling clouds - 17¼in. (44cm.) high.
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