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Hard-paste porcelain with polychrome enamels and gilding
2.4 × 22.9 cm (7/8 × 9 in.); Diam.: 22.9 cm (9 in.)
Bequest of Frederick S. Colburn
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Cf. Jenyns, Jourdain & Soam, CHINESE EXPORT ART IN THE EIGHTEEN CENTURY (1950), fig. 92, same subjet in black, red and gold, about 1740, V & A museum.
AIC, “Chinoiserie in 18th-Century Ceramics: Object from the Permanent Collection”, 7/1/1985-9/15/1985
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