London, South Kensington
3 May 2001
A Cantonese plate made for the Islamic Market
painted with a central cartouches of Islamic script dated 1314 (1895-1896), within panels of ladies and dignitaries on terraces and birds and butterflies amongst fruit and flower sprays -- 9½in. (24csm) diam.
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