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A chinoiserie family group

Maker:  Maker Unknown




A chinoiserie family group, Meissen, circa 1755, from the Delices d'Enfance, the father balancing a birdcage on his head, the mother supporting her child as he stands on a chair to reach for the cage, crossed swords mark (base restuck, child's arm broken) 16.5cm.

ID:  97921



Items on indefinite loan to the National Trust for display in Clandon Park, West Clandon, Guildford, GU4 7RQ, when open to the public.