London, South Kensington
18 July 2002
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE TEAPOT AND COVER
WITH RIBBED BODY AND ENTWINED STRAP HANDLE, PAINTED WITH PAVILIONS IN A TREE-STREWN RIVER LANDSCAPE -- 5IN. (12.6CMS) HIGH, (RIM CHIPPED TO COVER); AND A CANTONESE DISH DECORATED WITH BIRDS AND BUTTERFLIES AMONGST SCATTERED FRUIT AND FLOWER SPRAYS -- 10¾IN. (27.2CMS) DIAM, (HAIRLINE RIM CRACK).
SEE ILLUSTRATION. (2)
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