London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Chinese famille rose jar, Yongzheng
of ovoid shape, decorated with a boy holding onto a lady leaning on a table laden with a fan and a vase with peacock feathers and a coral branch, both beside a lady tending to a jardiniere and watched upon by a boy standing next to a bench holding a ruyi-sceptre, the reverse with a parrot swooping from a stand with a dragon-head finial -- 6 15/16in. (17.6cm.) high.
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