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Chinese Qing Dynasty porcelain plaque, possibly by Yu Huanwen (1852-1892) depicting a woman on a horse next to her servant and approaching another woman outside an estate wall. Chinese inscription upper left with one red seal. Mounted in late 20th century metal table with glass inset lower shelf. Plaque – 15 5/8" L x 10 5/16" W x 1/2" D. Table – 23 3/8" H x 10 3/4" W x 15 7/8" D. Chinese, late 19th century. Provenance: The Estate of Judith E. Crosland, Knoxville, TN. Mrs. Crosland's father worked for the United States Diplomatic Corp. and the family lived in China for three years during her childhood. Condition: Plaque is adhered to table inset on left side edge. Some wear to areas of image. CONDITION: Plaque is adhered to table inset on left side edge. Some wear to areas of image.