A superb celadon jade carving in the shape of a pendant plaque, dating to the Qing Dynasty, late 19th.-early 20th. century.
This plaque is one of better ones we've had of the type, carved in a wonderful clean stone and expert carving. On one side Chinese script-signs and on the side, an old man tending birds and flowers. ...click for details
A RARE CHINESE JADE CARVING OF A CAMEL,
LIKELY MING DYNASTY (1368-1644 AD) OR SLIGHTLY LATER
A attractive jade camel, carved and polished in the finest Ming style in a very good piece of pale celadon jade. The camel is c. 50 mm. and weighs 61 grams, massive impressive piece in hand. ...click for details