26 January 2015
A GROUP OF EUROPEAN SUBJECT WARES
Comprising a dish, teabowl and saucer depicting the 'Cherry-Pickers,' and a teacup and saucer depicting 'Peeping Tom'
7 7/8 in. (20 cm.) diameter, the dish
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For further information on the 'Cherry-pickers' see Hervouët and Bruneau, op. cit., p. 89, fig. 4.23 for an identical plate; this scene was inspired by an engraving by Nicolas Ponce, after a painting by Antoine Baudouin.
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