Four jade plaques and one buckle
Republic period or earlier
Including one plaque of thin circular section depicting a flower basket carved in stone of gray-green hue; one plaque of thin ovoid section reticulated with two chilong atop a stylized double gourd-shaped archaistic object, the stone of gray green hue; one plaque of slightly rounded rectangular section depicting an archaistic bell or axe beneath lion dogs carved in stone of dark gray green hue (drilled); one plaque of rounded rectangular section, one side carved with facing dragons above a recluse near riverside villa and the reverse with similar dragons above a seven-character inscription with the seals zhen and wan,the stone of whitish gray hue; a two-section belt buckle of curving rectangular sections with archaistic geometric patterns and connected by a hook rendered as a stylized beast head, the stone of gray green hue (bruising and minute chips).
5in (12.6cm) length of buckle;
2 3/4in (7cm) length of longest pendant