A CHARLES GOUYN ST. JAMES'S FACTORY PASTORAL FIGURE GROUP, the lady cradling a lamb on her lap, seated beside a tree stump, a man sitting beside her with his hand raised to the lamb's chin, c. 1750-54, probably London decorated prior to 1755, 5.25" high. Provenance: By descent in the family of the vendor since the 18th century (lots 211-219) For a similar example see "Chelsea Porcelain" by Elizabeth Adams, p.48, pl.35. A comparable pair of these figural groups may be seen in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Another group is in the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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