London, South Kensington
9 November 2007
A carved and applied biscuit brushwasher, Wang Bingrong Zuo mark, 19th century
of compressed globular form rising to the slightly tapering rim, supported on a short foot, carved and applied with prunus and bamboo issuing from rockwork, all framed by key-fret borders, the interior with two crabs amidst aquatic plants, with their eyes picked in black, impressed Wang Bingrong Zuo mark -- 5in. (12.6cm.) diam.
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