A group of four Chinese jade carvings
Lot 6089
A group of four jade carvings
Sold for US$ 1,220 inc. premium
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A group of four jade carvings
Including a recumbent horse with a playful monkey seated on its back; the second an archaistic ring with a dense pattern of tiny bosses raised to its exterior walls; and two reticulated pendants, one carved as a butterfly, the other as three intertwined dragons.
2 1/4 to 3 7/8in (5.5 to 10cm) long
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