London, South Kensington
14 September 2000
A Tibetan painted and gilt bronze standard
with scrolling flamiform sections and applied sculls to either side of central panel -- 18¾in. (47.6cm.) high; and a pair of painted and gilt copper finials decorated with three central shell-shaped jewels within a flamiform border and simulated ribbons -- 13¾in. (35cm.) max. high, 18th Century, (minor rubbing).
See Colour Plate 2. (3)
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