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A CLOISONNÉ MIRROR WITH A REVERSE-GLASS PAINTING
QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY
of lobed rectangular form, the reverse with a transparent glass painted with leafy branches of rose and magnolia against a background of ultramarine blue, all framed within a cloisonné border of continuous floral scrolls reserved on a light blue ground, all supported on a gilt-bronze foliate sprig of stylised lotus in openwork, rising from a cloisonné handle similarly decorated with ruyi-head motifs, between ribbed and undecorated gilt-bronze bulbs
37 cm., 14 1/2 in.
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The present mirror is most elegant in its shape and decoration; a closely related example was sold in our London rooms, 29th June 1976, lot 14. Compare Canton enamel hand mirrors of circular form and with similarly elaborate and French-inspired mounts, such as three included in the exhibition Chinese Painted Enamels from Private and Museum Collections, China House Gallery, New York, 1969, cat no. 66; and one from the S.D. Winkworth collection, included in the International Exhibition of Chinese Art, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1935, cat. no. 2200, and sold twice in our London rooms, 28th April 1938, lot 479, and 1st November 1985, lot 301.  For a circular hand mirror mounted with jade and jadeite and a gilt bronze fitting, see one sold in these rooms, 8th April 2010, lot 1811.

中國瓷器及工藝品

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