A white jade 'lingzhi' carving Qing dynasty
Lot 232
A white jade 'lingzhi' carving Qing dynasty
HK$ 120,000 - 160,000
US$ 15,000 - 21,000
Lot Details
A white jade 'lingzhi' carving
Qing dynasty
Worked in the form of three lingzhi, two large and facing opposite directions and another smaller, all issuing from leafy branches and emerging from rockworks.
4.9cm wide.

Footnotes

  • 清 白玉雙靈芝掛件
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