Pair of Chinese blanc de Chine fully trapped horses, each facing inwards and standing with a single foreleg slightly bent on a rectangular base, covered in a white glaze.
3 ¼ inches, 8.3 cm high.
Kangxi, circa 1690.
Available on request.
Provenance & Additional Information
- Included by Marchant in their exhibition of Blanc de Chine, 2014, no. 71, p. 95.
- A similar horse in the Dresden Porzellansammlungen, formerly in the collection of Augustus The Strong, King of Saxony and Poland, listed in the Johannaeum inventory, no. N34 is illustrated by P. J. Donnelly in Blanc de Chine, pl. 111; another was included by Marchant in their exhibition of Blanc de Chine, 1994, no. 51, p. 47.