London, South Kensington
10 May 2006
A green 'dragon' globular jar, iron-red Daoguang seal mark and of the period
Enamelled with four dragon roundels; two small blue and white ingot-shaped vessels, 18th century; a small blue and white double peach-shaped dish; a miniature rectangular blue and white dish; a miniature vase, and two spoons, 19th century -- the jar 3¼ in. (8 cm.) diam. (8)
Dr. Stephen Bushell (all items except for the 'dragon' bowl and the miniature vase).
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The characters on the base of the small rectangular dish read pa tu lu, which refer to Bushell's Chinese name.
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