London, South Kensington
11 June 1998
A FAMILLE VERTE OBLONG OCTAGONAL DISH
PAINTED AND GILT WITH A LADY STANDING BESIDE A ROCKWORK TABLE WITH A VASE AND CENSER, A BOY AT HER SIDE BEFORE A PAVILION, ALL WITHIN A BORDER OF SCATTERED STYLISED FLORAL ROUNDELS -- 14¾IN. (37.5CMS) WIDE, 18TH CENTURY, (SOME RESTORATION).
SEE COLOUR PLATE 82.
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