Chantilly Porcelain Kakiemon Quatrefoil Sugar Bowl, Cover and Stand
Circa 1730-40, iron-red hunting horn to bowl and stand
Of lobed form, the conforming slightly domed notched cover with a three-flower convolvulus finial, finely enameled in the Japanese taste with flowering branches, flower-sprays and beetles, the stand with a brown-line rim.
Height of tureen 4 1/2 inches, width overall of stand 9 1/2 inches.
Professor Alfred Patterssen Collection, Stockholm.
Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, 16 October 1969, lot 147.
For a similar example, see Christie's, London, 17 April 2000, lot 84. Also see Aileen Dawson, French Porcelain in the Ashmolean Museum, p. 34, no. 24; The Forsyth Wickes Collection in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, accession no. 65.1941a-c and the Thornton Wilson Collection example in the Metropolitan Museum, accession no. 50.211.119. Also see Genevieve Le Duc, Porcelaine tendre de Chantilly, p. 83.
C Estate of Sarah Belk Gambrell
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