A Chinese ivory snuff bottle Late Qing or Republic
Lot 87Y
A Chinese ivory snuff bottle Late Qing or Republic
Sold for AU$ 1,098 (US$ 1,033) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Chinese ivory snuff bottle
Late Qing or Republic
Profusely carved around the body with figures engaging in festive celebration amongst a garden pavilions, between two carved borders of ruyi heads and palmette leaves.
11.7cm high

Footnotes

  • 晚清或民國 象牙雕鼻煙壺
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