PLAQUES EN JADE VERT EPINARD FORMANT LES PLATEAUX D'UNE TABLE
PLAQUES EN JADE VERT EPINARD FORMANT LES PLATEAUX D'UNE TABLE
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PLAQUES EN JADE VERT EPINARD FORMANT LES PLATEAUX D'UNE TABLE

LES PLAQUES EN JADE: CHINE, DYNASTIE QING, XIXEME SIECLE LA TABLE: DEBUT DU XXEME SIECLE

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PLAQUES EN JADE VERT EPINARD FORMANT LES PLATEAUX D'UNE TABLE
LES PLAQUES EN JADE: CHINE, DYNASTIE QING, XIXEME SIECLE
LA TABLE: DEBUT DU XXEME SIECLE
Reposant sur quatre pieds élégamment recourbés, le plateau est constitué de plusieurs plaques de jade imbriquées entre elles constituant un grand panneau décoratif et délicatement placé à l'intérieur d'un cadre en bois polylobé. Ce panneau en jade vert épinard est orné de neuf puissants dragons à cinq griffes évoluant parmi nuages et vagues. Le petit panneau rectangulaire en jade du repose-pieds est orné de deux autres dragons confrontés dans un décor similaire.
Dimensions des panneaux en jade: 80 x 65 cm. (31 ½ x 25 1/8 in.) et 65,5 x 9 cm. (25 ¾ x 3 ½ in.)
Dimensions de la table:
Largeur: 98 cm. (38 ½ in.)
Profondeur: 82 cm. (32 ¼ in.)
Hauteur: 61 cm. (24 in.)
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A RARE SPINACH GREEN JADE 'NINE DRAGON' PANEL-INLAID WOOD 'ART NOUVEAU' STYLE TABLE
THE JADE PLAQUES: CHINA, QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY
THE TABLE: EARLY 20TH CENTURY

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The present Art-Nouveau style table was probably unique and was specifically designed to adapt these jade panels.The technique of inlaying this type of spinach jade panels can be found on Imperial hardwood furniture from the Qianlong period. See a massive zitan table screen inlaid with a spinach green jade panel depicting two confronting dragons in the sea, in the collection of the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum - Furniture of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (II), Hong Kong, 2002, pl. 167.

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