London, South Kensington
19 April 2001
A large Chinese amber glazed pottery model of a groom
standing with arms outstretched before him, wearing a tunic and surcoat tied at the waist, the amber glaze running down in streaks to the front, patch of green glaze to the left hand, red and black pigments to the face -- 23½in. (59.5cms) high.
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