3 May 2005
A pair of blanc-de-Chine models of cockerels
First half 18th Century
Each modelled in mirror image, perched with one foot raised on a rockwork base, the heads inclined inwards, the beaks open, the feather moulded and incised naturalistally, one with restoration
25.8 cm. high (2)
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For a similar model of a cockerel see, P.J. Donelly, Blanc de Chine, London, 1966, pl. 109-c.
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