A MOTTLED GREYISH OLIVE-GREEN JADE BLADE
A MOTTLED GREYISH OLIVE-GREEN JADE BLADE

NORTHWEST CHINA, 2ND MILLENNIUM BC

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A MOTTLED GREYISH OLIVE-GREEN JADE BLADE
NORTHWEST CHINA, 2ND MILLENNIUM BC
The blade is drilled from one side with a hafting hole and flares towards the cutting edge, which like the two long edges is gently beveled. The stone is now opaque and has dark brown and ivory-colored markings.
13 in. (33.1 cm. ) long, box
Provenance
B. K. Wong, Hong Kong, 24 May 1987.
Literature
Nicole De Bisscop, Chinese Jade and Scroll Paintings from the Dongxi Collection, Brussels, 1995, p. 29, no. 2.
Exhibited
Chinese Jade and Scroll Paintings from the Dongxi Collection, Kredietbank Gallery, Brussels, 25 October - 17 December 1995; Kredietbank Luxembourg, 1 February - 13 April 1996, no. 2.

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