London, South Kensington
15 May 2009
A PALE CELADON MONKEY AND HORSE GROUP, 19TH CENTURY
the tethered horse carved standing with its head lowered to the ground, with a monkey seated on its back and a second monkey playing with its reins on the post -- 4¼in. (10.9cm.) wide, wood stand.
From an English private collection acquired in China during the 1940's.
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