London, South Kensington
11 June 1998
A GOANESE IVORY GROUP OF A SLEEPING SHEPHERD
WEARING A TUNIC, SITTING WITH LEGS CROSSED, LEANING ON A GOURD FLASK, CARRYING TWO SHEEP, ON A ROCKWORK BASE WITH FURTHER SHEEP, LAMBS AND BIRDS BELOW A FOUNTAIN ABOVE A RECUMBENT FIGURE READING, THE BACK WITH TWO RECLINING LIONS -- 7½.IN (19.1CM) HIGH, 17TH/18TH CENTURY, WOOD STAND, (DAMAGES).
SEE COLOUR PLATE 63.
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