Important South African and International Art, Decorative Arts & Jewellery

including Paintings from the Labia Family Collection and the Late Peter and Regina Strack Collection

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A Chinese Export tortoiseshell box and cover, Canton, Qing Dynasty, 19th century
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Lot 207

A Chinese Export tortoiseshell box and cover, Canton, Qing Dynasty, 19th century


circular, the detachable cover carved with figures in a sampan before a balustraded garden and pavilions, enclosed by a foliate border, the reverse carved with a figure offering a basket to a maiden and her attendant before pavilions, with a further figure and his dog in the distance, enclosing a circular vacant cartouche, some loss to the rim, 8,8cm diameter

*This lot is not suitable for export

Sold for R 9 500
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 11 139

Estimate R 7 000 - 9 000


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