London, South Kensington
15 January 2004
A famille rose, cafe au lait ground ginger jar, 18th century
painted with panels of peonies, prunus blossom and foliage, European gilt bronze mounts and pierced cover - 15¾in. (40cms) high overall.
Provenance: The Royal Brighton Pavilion, Regency Exhibition, 1961, Inv. no. 183. Exhibition catalogue enclosed with lot.
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