London, South Kensington
2 March 2000
A Chinese cloisonne and gilt bronze crane
standing with head raised and turned slightly right, the plumage decorated in coloured enamels, one foot raised slightly on a wood mound carved as rockwork -- 28in. (71.1cm) high, 19th Century, oval wood stand.
See Colour Plate 2
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