27 October 2006
A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE PAINTED POTTERY FIGURES OF EQUESTRIANS
TANG DYNASTY, SUPPLIED BY FRANCES ELKINS
Each moulded male figure mounted astride a horse, with one arm raised, the other tucked to torso, each horse with arched neck
The tallest 14 in. (35.5 cm.) high (3)
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S. M. Salny, The Country Houses of David Adler, 2001, p. 137.
L. Goff, Stone Houses: Colonial to Contemporary, Boston, 2002, p.172.
S. M. Salny, Frances Elkins: Interior Design, 2005, p. 72.
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