London, South Kensington
15 February 2001
A French porcelain ewer and basin
painted in sepia with figures in landscapes within roundels, reserved on a ground painted in colours and gilt with scrolls, comprising: a baluster jug, and a shaped oval basin, the jug, circa 1790 (jug with restored rim chip, bowl with stained crazing and rim chip, rubbing to gilding generally) -- 22cm. high; a blue and white teacup and saucer painted with birds in branches, blue crossed swords and star mark, circa 1800; and various other items of Continental porcelain (some damages, restorations and replacements)(a lot)See illustration
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