A Fine Pair Of Chinese Export  Porcelain `Famille-Rose' Models Of Cockerels
A Fine Pair Of Chinese Export  Porcelain `Famille-Rose' Models Of Cockerels
A Fine Pair Of Chinese Export  Porcelain `Famille-Rose' Models Of Cockerels

A Fine Pair Of Chinese Export Porcelain `Famille-Rose' Models Of Cockerels

c. 1760 to c. 1780 China

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The brightly coloured porcelain cockerels standing on tree stump bases, their wings outstretched, mounted on Louis XV gilt-bronze c-scroll mounts.
Minor restoration to wings.
Caryl Arthur Annesley, Viscount Valentia, Baron Annesley of Bletchington, Oxfordshire (1863-1927)sold by orders of the administratrixes of the Estate, Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. at Spencer House, 27 St. James's Place, London, 16th March 1950, Lot 49.

Baron Annesley was Comptroller of His Majesty's Household from 1898-1905 and a Lord in waiting from 1915 until 1924.

Michael Gillingham collection, London.

The Hodroff collection, America.
A similar pair of cockerels can be found in the Swedish Royal Collection, The Chinese Pavilion at Drottingholm, Sweden, 1972, cat. FE 82., page 293.
Dimensions
Height 39.00 cm (15.35 inches)
Stock Code
1112
Medium
Porcelain
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