A carved jade snuff bottle 20th century
Lot 89
A carved jade snuff bottle 20th century
Sold for AU$ 1,080 (US$ 1,015) inc. premium
Lot Details
A carved jade snuff bottle
20th century
Carved from a pale green stone, recto in low relief of a horse looking back at a flying bat, with a deep green hard-stone stopper.
6.8cm high.
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Lot symbols
Item contains ruby or jadeite

Please note that as a result of recent legislation ruby and jadeite gem stones of Burmese (Myanmar) origin may not be imported into the US. Rubies and jadeite of non-Burmese origin require certification before import into the US.

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  1. Yvett Klein
    Specialist - Chinese Works of Art
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