London, South Kensington
29 March 2001
A Royal Worcester 'Celadon' figure of an Oriental
wearing long robes and jacket, modelled standing, his left arm resting on a table above with rests a vase, two swords tucked under his arm, on shaped base moulded with a key pattern, incised mark, late 19th century -- 42cm. high
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Cf. Henry Sandon, Royal Worcester Porcelain (1973), pl. 22, for a glazed Parian example.
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