A CELADON JADE DANCING FIGURE PENDANT
A CELADON JADE ‘DANCING FIGURE’ PENDANT

WESTERN HAN DYNASTY (206 BC-AD 8)

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A CELADON JADE ‘DANCING FIGURE’ PENDANT
WESTERN HAN DYNASTY (206 BC-AD 8)
The stone is finely carved in the form of a dancing female figure, the hair secured at the side in a knot, and covered in loose robes with billowing ribbons and incised patterns.
1 ¾ in. (4.3 cm.) long, box
Provenance
Acquired from E Yuan Tang Chinese Art, Taipei, prior to 1999
Literature
Aurora Art Museum, Jades of Warring States Period, 2007, Taipei, pl. 233, p. 285

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