London, South Kensington
6 November 2009
A FAMILLE ROSE BRUSHPOT, DAOGUANG MARK AND OF THE PERIOD (1821-50)
of slender cylindrical form, delicately painted with a lady in turquoise and pink robes carrying a basket over her back and a fish in her right hand, standing by the branch of a willow tree and amongst rockwork and peonies, Daoguang iron-red seal mark to base -- 4½in. (11.5cm.) high.
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