London, South Kensington
6 November 2009
A LARGE GUANDONG STONE TABLE SCREEN, 18TH CENTURY
carved with grey-green bamboo branches issuing from russet grey rocks on a dark brown background -- 10in. x 12 5/8in. (25.5cm. x 32.2cm.), fitted stand.
Plesch collection (Hf 32); previously in the De Menasce Collection, acquired from Spinks, London, September 1972.
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Exhibited by the Oriental Ceramic Society, The Chinese Scholar's Desk 17th to 18th Century, An Exhibition held in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Oct 1st- Oct 31st 1979, p. 16, no. 79.
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