London, South Kensington
18 July 2002
A HIRADO BLUE AND WHITE EWER
MODELLED AS A KARAKO HOLDING A PUPPY, WEARING A RIBBONED BELL COLLAR -- 7¾IN. (19.6CMS) HIGH; AND A FURTHER HIRADO DOUBLE GOURD SHAPED EWER AND COVER, THE HANDLE AND SPOUT MODELLED AS A DRAGON, PAINTED TO THE BODY WITH GENTLEMEN IN GARDENS OF BAMBOO -- 9¼IN. (23.5CMS) HIGH.
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