London, South Kensington
22 February 2007
A Chinese yellow glazed model of a cat, 19th century
the seated cat with modelled with its front legs extended forward, the head turned to the right and ears pricked, the tail curled around its back and right leg, adorned with a ribbon tied around its neck, the face and tips of the ears, tail and roundels with star reserved patterns painted in brown, all reserved on a translucent motelled yellow glaze -- 6 9/16in. (16.7cm.) high.
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