London, South Kensington
9 November 2007
A similar pair of archaistic zoomorphic bronze vessels, 19th Century
the covers each with hinged oval section to the front, lifting off on a shaped rod to the reverse suspended via two rings and supported to each side, one vessel partly decorated in cloisonne enamel, the other vessel with silver and gilt decoration - 14in. (35.6cm.) high max.
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