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334. A pair of continental porcelain and ormolu mounted oval jardinières, painted in the Kakiemon style with exotic birds, banded hedges and chrysanthemum branches and flowers, with brown and gilt bands, with Meissen style blue crossed sword marks and impressed numbers ‘26’, the mounts with guilloche borders and shell pendants on dolphin feet, stamped in various places with initials ‘JB’, possibly originally with lids, old damages, second half 19th century, 15.7cm high, 33cm wide. (2) £800-1,200 Provenance: The Countess of Midleton, Eastwell Park Estate, Kent, thence by descent. Captain and Mrs Brodrick of Dunley Manor, Hampshire.
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