London, South Kensington
15 September 2005
Three famille verte biscuit figures, Kangxi
comprising a seated bearded dignitary holding an ingot -- 7 5/8in. (19.2cm) high; a laughing boy standing holding a scroll -- 6½in. (16.5cm) high; and a waterpot modelled as Li Tai Bo, the drunken poet, resting against a wine jar -- 6¾in. (17cm) long. (3)
The last piece formerly in the collection of Jacob Goldschmidt.
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