London, South Kensington
7 November 2014
TWO BRONZE BRUSH RESTS, A SHISOU-TYPE TRAY, AND A SHISOU-TYPE MINIATURE VASE, HU
The first is a brush rest in the shape of a chilong. The second is brush rest shaped as a five-peaked mountain cast on the side with a monkey on a flower-spray. The third is a shisou-type tray inlaid in silver wire with a flower-head. The fourth is a shisou-type miniature vase inlaid in silver wire with geometrical designs.
The tray 3¾ in. (9.4 cm.) diam.
Private UK collection, predominantly assembled in the UK in the 1990s.
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