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Mustard pot; barrel-shaped with handle; upper end: flower terminal with circular hole (intended for metal mount); decorated with applied gilt reliefs; four figures with feathered head-dress dancing, repeated with in centre a (?) comedia de l'arte couple dancing on white ground; cover missing.
- 1740 (circa)
- Made in: Paris (?)
- (Europe,France,Ile-de-France (département),Paris)
Not on display
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
Box; enamel; rectangular; decorated with applied gilt scrolls, enriched with pink, blue and green translucent enamels, on white ground; huntsman and hound between scrolls on top and base; silver-gilt mounts; mark.
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Object reference number: MCT13119
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