London, South Kensington
29 September 2009
A PAIR OF BIRMINGHAM ENAMEL PLAQUES
AFTER SEBASTIAN LE CLERC, 1751-1756
Of Christ before Ciaphas and Christ bought into Jersusalem, both in foliate chased frames
4 7/8 x 3½ in (12.4 x 9 cm.) overall (2)
Sir William Mullens (1909-1975) the renowned collector of English enamels, sold as the property of Lady Mullens, Christies 18th March 1987, lot 466.
Previously in the Walter Levy and illustrated by Egan Mew, Battersea Enamels 1926. Fig. 44.
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