31 March 2008
A KLOSTER-VEILSDORF CANE-HANDLE
CIRCA 1780, UNDERGLAZE BLUE CV MONOGRAM
Modelled as a bust-length young lady wearing a mop cap, a puce diaper-pattern bodice, pale-green dress and shawl, her hands tucked into her apron, issuing from a gilt-edged C-scroll handle (very slight wear)
3¾ in. (9.7 cm.) wide
Anon., sale Metz Heidelberg, 23rd April 2005, lot 357.
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