BOUCLE DE CEINTURE EN JADE CELADON, OR ET EMAIL CHAMPLEVE ET UNE PLAQUE EN JADE CELADON
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BOUCLE DE CEINTURE EN JADE CELADON, OR ET EMAIL CHAMPLEVE ET UNE PLAQUE EN JADE CELADON

CHINE, DYNASTIE MING (1368-1644)

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BOUCLE DE CEINTURE EN JADE CELADON, OR ET EMAIL CHAMPLEVE ET UNE PLAQUE EN JADE CELADON
CHINE, DYNASTIE MING (1368-1644)
The belt buckle is formed by two peach-shaped openwork plaques, and each one is carved with a striding dragon; mounted with a later 18k yellow gold and champlevé enamel clasp and two small pearls to both end. The second rectangular plaque is pierced in openwork with a tortuous dragon in a shaped panel, against a ground of scrolling lingzhi. The stones are of an even tone with minor inclusions.
4 ¾ and 2 ¾ in. (12 and 7 cm.) long
Provenance
From the collection of the Marquis de Chasseloup-Laubat.
Post lot text
A CELADON JADE, GOLD AND CHAMPLEVE ENAMEL BELT BUCKLE AND A CELADON JADE OPENWORK 'DRAGON' PLAQUE
CHINA, MING DYNASTY (1368-1644)
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The pearls are not tested
Les perles ne sont pas testées

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