London, South Kensington
28 June 2001
A silvered metal group of a bearded Immortal and a crane
early 20th Century
the standing figure wearing long draped robes, holding a peach spray in one hand, with neck lowered, with one hand outstretched above a standing crane, areas of gilt decoration, incised signature -- 10 1/8in. (26.3cm.) high, and an oval lacquered wood stand, (rubbing and wear, the crane with one dented leg).
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