A white nephrite snuff bottle Qing dynasty
Lot 55
A white nephrite snuff bottle Qing dynasty, 1800-1900
Sold for HK$ 62,500 (US$ 8,064) inc. premium
Lot Details
A white nephrite snuff bottle
Qing dynasty, 1800-1900
Plain and undecorated, the slender baluster shaped body with high shoulders rising from a hollowed foot, the white stone with russet inclusions.
5.6cm high.

Footnotes

  • 清 1800-1900 白玉圓筒形鼻煙壺

    白玉質地細膩,隱約可見自然紋理,壺呈圓瓶形,直頸,圓形圈足,線條流暢,造形雅致。
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