London, South Kensington
27 - 28 November 1991
A very fine group of miniature painted metal potted plants, in painted turned wooden bowls, including carnations, hyacinths, lupins, auricula, a cactus, dahlias with flower pot to catch earwigs, crown imperial, strawberries and a Himalayan poppy - average height 3in. by Beatrice Hindley, in glazed case
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Alfred and Ivy Clark, and by gift to the present owner.
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