Six jade and russet 'dragons and ducks' belt hooks
Ming and Qing dynasty
Each with arched body supported on a circular knop on the underside, all with upturned animal and ruyi heads, five with wide bodies and two worked in the form of a duck, three of them surmounted by chi dragons clambering up the bodies, the other with gnarled branches issuing ripe fruits.
Longest: 8.5cm long. (6).