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A LARGE JADEITE FIGURE OF GUANYIN
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A LARGE JADEITE FIGURE OF GUANYIN

LATE QING DYNASTY

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A LARGE JADEITE FIGURE OF GUANYIN LATE QING DYNASTY The deity shown standing with her head turned slightly to her right holding a scroll before her in her right hand and a willow branch in her raised left hand, flanked by two acolytes, the female standing on wispy clouds to the Goddess' left holding a vase of flowers, the boy to her right standing on one leg enveloped by a celestial scarf with hands clasped before him, the reverse with a large phoenix perched on rockwork between plantain and peony branches, the stone varying from and exceptionally translucent intense apple green to a mottled pale green tone with darker inclusions at the base 9 7/8 in. (25.2 cm.) high
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On loan to the New Orleans Museum

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Accompanied by report no. 2135019485 from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) stating that the colour of the stone is natural and there is no evidence of impregnation.

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