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The 'Kylin' clock 2nd half 18th century, mounts: c.1700-1822 (porcelain, gilt bronze)

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The 'Kylin' clock 2nd half 18th century, mounts: c.1700-1822 (porcelain, gilt bronze)
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Royal Collection Trust
porcelain and gilt bronze
c. 1700 AD - 1822 AD (C17th AD - C19th AD)
111.7 x 81.3 x 36.9 cms
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The misnamed ‘kylins’ of the time-honoured title of this clock are the pair of squatting lions of turquoise- and purple-glazed porcelain from the first half of the eighteenth century which flank the clock case, their open jaws displaying their tongues and teeth, the lion on the left having an embroidered ball under his paw, and his mate on the right, a cub; the manes and other details coloured purple. Produced in Jingdezhen [Jiangxi Province, China]

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Royal Collection Trust / © His Majesty King Charles III, 2024 / Bridgeman Images
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