31 March 2008
A GERA CIRCULAR HEN AND CHICKENS TUREEN AND COVER
CIRCA 1790, UNDERGLAZE BLUE G MARK TO UNDERSIDE OF COVER
The tureen modelled as a circular pale-yellow basketweave nest with puce ribbon at the rim, the cover formed as a hen surrounded by applied moss, her outstretched wings covering two chicks, a third chick on her back
5½ in. (14 cm.) diam.
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