10 July 2007
A CHANTILLY KAKIEMON CIRCULAR TWO-HANDLED ECUELLE AND COVER
CIRCA 1740, RED HUNTING HORN MARK
With pierced double-scroll handles edged with iron-red scrolls, painted in a pale palette with a squirrel among vine and fences, the reverse with millet and a flowering branch and scattered insects, the cover similarly decorated with a blue, yellow and red flower finial (chips to finial and inside flange of cover)
6 7/8 in. (17.5 cm.) wide
Anon., sale Neumeister, 5th May 1983, lot 54.
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