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A rare Chinese Imperial porcelain wucai 'Pheasant'
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A rare Chinese Imperial porcelain wucai 'Pheasant' bowl painted with a pair of pheasants amoungst flowers and foliage issuing from rockwork 6ins (153mm)... [this item is NOT for sale]


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