London, South Kensington
20 July 2000
Two Cantonese bough pots and covers
one moulded with shrews amongst fruiting vines with rope twist handles, the other with foliate handles, painted and gilt with panels of ladies and dignitaries on terraces on grounds of precious objects, fruit and flower sprays and figures in fenced gardens -- 8¾in. (22.2cms) high, 19th century, (damages).
See Colour Plate 6. (2)
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