London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Chinese famille verte powder blue ground jar and cover, 19th Century
painted with cartouches depicting an equestrian figure and walking attendants surrounded by stylised rockwork and pine trees, before a mountain landscape, peacocks perched on rockwork amongst large flowering branches, all surrounded by a powder blue glazed ground -- 16¾in. (42.5cm.) high.
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