London, South Kensington
10 September 2009
A FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN TABLE SCREEN, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
the double sided plaque painted with scenes of scholars at leisure amongst rockwork and tall bamboo branches, the reverse side with a figure and a horse in a river landscape, painted to the border and sectional stand in faux bois with gilded embellishment, Qianlong six character gilded mark to the top of the stand, and further iron-red script to the underside -- 11¼in. (28.4cm.) high.
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