A bronze official's seal with the Chinese characters meaning "natural" and "pure." The top of the seal has a seated rabbit with its long ears folded behind its head. The rabbit is well-formed and proportioned down to the details of the toes on its paws. Period: Western Jin Size: (Seal) 2.4 cm x 2.4 cm., Height = 2.7 cm. Condition: Very good.
Chinese white nephrite jade of reclining dog with tail curled over its left haunch. Has some inclusions natural to the stone. Period: Early Ching (18th Century) Size: H = 1/2", Length = 2-1/8"
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Chinese grey/brown nephrite jade of dog with large head and long comma-shaped ears. The jade has color variations and inclusions natural to the stone. There is a hole for stringing over its two paws and under the neck area. Period: Late Ming (17th Century) Size: H = 1-1/4", Length = 2-3/4"
Chinese nephrite jade dog of a charcoal grey to dark grey coloration with off-white forepaws and muzzle. It has a sleek body and a sweet face. Where the forepaws come together, there is a hole for putting a thin rope through for wearing. Period: 19th Century Size: H = 7/8", Length = 3-1/2"
A jade of a chimera (mythical animal. The light grey-green nephrite jade has areas and spots of beige and dark brown natural that are to the stone. The animal is tilting its head to the left and is open-mouthed showing it's teeth and curled tongue. Period: Late Ming, Early Ching (17th/18th Century) Size: H = 3-1/2", Length = 5-3/4"
Chinese white jade form of a kneeling boy beating a drum. Period: Ching (19th Century) Size: H=3", W=3-3/4" Condition: very good