24 January 2011
A LONDON DELFT BLUE AND WHITE CHINOISERIE MUG
LAST QUARTER OF THE 17TH CENTURY
Of baluster form, painted with a seated figure among rockwork and foliage between concentric lines, the handle with dash ornament
4 in. (10.1 cm.) high
Robert Hall Warren, no. 14; Phillips, London, 11 June 1986, lot 86.
John Philip Kassebaum; Sotheby's, London, 1 October 1991, lot 21.
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