Chinese Cloisonné Recumbent Ox, 20th c.
Enamel on Copper
4 3/16 in. x 11 13/16 in. x 5 in. (10.64 cm x 30 cm x 12.7 cm)
There is a label on the fop left ribs which reads: "63." There are three labels on the bottom which read: "73/1-32," "73/SF/UF2/10-," and "90-84D25/CANTON." Handwritten is the number "398," faded.
Multicolored enamels, gilding, and glitter on a cast copper base.
Chinese cloisonée ox with head twisting backward (recumbent), executed in a brown enamel and glitter ground. The animal has gilded horns, ears, hooves, and lines which follow the leg, neck, joints, and tail line. The bottom has an opening with a design that is circular with two triangles .
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