London, South Kensington
4 July 2000
A decorative miniature of a battle scene (after Callot)
on ivorine, in a gilt-metal mount
rectangular, 2½ x 3¼ in. (63 x 82 mm.); a hunting scene; elegant figures by a grotto with putti
gilt wood frames
rectangular, 4 x 5½ in. (102 x 140 mm.); a box lid of sleeping lovers in a boudoir; a two daguerrotypes of a lady and a gentleman; a portrait of a lady, on a printed base (7)
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