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Pair of Chinese porcelain wall pockets having iron oxide and floral gilt grounds, figural dragon handles, robin's egg blue interiors and central enamel cartouche decoration, one depicting a beauty seated by a balcony window overlooking a landscape scene, the other with Chinese poem and two red seals stating that the pockets were made during the Qianlong Emperor reign. Qianlong seal form marks in gilt to the bases. 7 7/8" H. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Greenville, Delaware collection. CONDITION: Old repair to head of one dragon handle of one wall pocket. Old repair the lower body and upper leg of dragon handle of the other. Protective adhesive tape applied to backs of each. Minor wear to gilt decoration.