A carving of lion with it's head turned at another animal seated on the lions back - very interesting! Carved in a in a superb pure pale celadon Nephrite jade stone, likely Qing Dynasty, 18th.-19th. century.
A finely carved piece with good details and archaic style. Rare stone quality
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A superb quality jade ornament plaque, Qing Dynasty or later.
An openwork jade ornamental plaque, carved as a lion or dragon with it's heads turned back. The ornament is carved out of a terrific white jade stone with darker markings. The carving is sharp and well executed with the wall of this plaque carved very thin and the polishing p ...click for details
AN ARTFUL JADE CARVING WHITE JADE WITH BROWN MARKINGS, CHINESE, likelly Ming Dynasty 17TH. CENTURY OR EARLIER
This very accomplished jade carving depicts a Seated animal, likely a dog, with paws, a headdress and decorated with scrolls. The details and beauty of the stone itself makes this jade piece very special! ...click for details
AN EXCEPTIONAL & VERY LARGE CHINESE JADE LION, CARVED IN GREENISH JADE, MING OR EARLY QING DYNASTY, 16TH.-18TH. CENTURY.
One of the best and the largest animals in the collection - an extremely detailed one-horned lion with beautiful surfaces and carved in a fine green piece of jade, and where the forepart of the lion is calcified f ...click for details