A miniature, a young child Austrian School circa 1850 signed…
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A miniature, a young child Austrian School circa 1850 signed indistinctly, possibly 'Johramil C855', watercolour and body colour on card, with short dark hair, coral earrings, wearing a white satin dress, adorned with blue bows and blue cummerbund, with white stockings and black slippers, seated on a red tasselled cushion, holding a toy ball in one hand and a silver baby rattle in the other, rectangular with rounded corners, gilt-metal mount, set into plush frame. length 18 cm Provenance: Estate of the late Estelle Gould

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