20 September 2001
THE PROPERTY OF THE EXECUTORS OF THE LATE SIR EMMANUEL KAYE C.B.E.
A Chelsea figure of a shepherd
Circa 1760, gold anchor mark
Wearing a pale green hat, puce jacket and blue and gilt sash, flowered and gilt breeches, high buttoned leather leggings and black shoes, holding a staff and delving into his leather satchel, a dog at his feet, a flowering tree behind him on a scroll-moulded flower encrusted base (slight chips, damages and restoration)
11 1/8 in. (28.5 cm.) high
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