A group of four Jade carvings, 19th century, including a snuff bottle and stopper, a boy with lotus, a jadeite belt buckle and a jadeite bamboo pendant
Lot 361
Three jade, or other, carvings and a snuff bottle
Sold for £1,000 (US$ 1,680) inc. premium
Lot Details
Three jade, or other, carvings and a snuff bottle
Comprising a mottled jade carving of a boy, 5.8cm 2¼in) high; a green stone dragon belt-hook, 7cm (2¾in) long; a green stone appliqué designed as a lotus flower and leaves, 5.8cm (2¼)in long, and a pale green jade oviform snuff bottle decorated with the character 'xi' on each side, stopper, 5.6cm (2¼in) high (4).
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