Costume of China Antique Print - Mender of Porcelain
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Directory: Traditional Collectibles: Ephemera: Print: Pre 1837 VR: item # 928831
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St. Johns Art and Antiques
10922 NE St. Johns Rd.
Vancouver, WA 98686
"A Mender of Porcelain" plate #28. From the work "Costumes of the Various Countries: The Costume of
China." Illustrated in Sixty Coloured Engravings; with explanations in English and French. By George
Henry Mason, Esquire, Major of His Majesty's (late) 102nd Regiment. London: Printed for William Miller,
Old-Bond Street; by S. Gosnell, Little Queen Street, Holborn, 1800. Hand colored engravings by James
Dadley after Pu-Qua. Large 4to size, 14.00" by 10.25" (35.56cm x 26.04cm).
Condition: Very good; with a few small impurities in paper; binding edge; Indent in paper as a plate mark, but not, across top edge about .25 inches from top edge: Includes original text page in both English and French and a copy of title page.