CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A BOY
Amazing even in its existence, of doll-house size, modeled seated upon a mound base,
his long-fingered hand, resting upon his knees, his feet also with very long curving toes
his ears and the base heightened in underglaze-blue
Provenance: Garry Atkins, London.
Several chips to glaze, as shown in image; no repairs; bearing collector's mark verso 5138?
1 5/8" High
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Chinese Export Miniature Porcelain Figure
of a Boy, c1750