A PAIR OF CHINESE GLAZED BISCUIT CHICKEN-FORM WATER DROPPERS, QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY
each molded as a seated hen with a chick nestled against each breast, the comb, wattle, and handle separately modeled and applied, the feathers and other elements glazed aubergine, green, and yellow, an aperture cut into the back, the circular cover in the form of a chick seated on a lily pad. 4 pieces.
length of longer 6 1/4 in.; 15.9 cm
The Antique Company of New York, December 1968.