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A WELL-CARVED WHITE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE
A WELL-CARVED WHITE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE
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A WELL-CARVED WHITE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE

PROBABLY IMPERIAL, ATTRIBUTED TO THE PALACE WORKSHOPS, BEIJING, 1736-1800

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A WELL-CARVED WHITE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE
PROBABLY IMPERIAL, ATTRIBUTED TO THE PALACE WORKSHOPS, BEIJING, 1736-1800
Raised on an oval ring foot, each side is well carved in crisp, low relief with two confronted dragons with conjoined scrolling bodies and tails, between rams' heads suspending rings on the shoulders. The stone is semi-translucent and of even white color.
2 5/8 in. (6.7 cm.) high, turquoise stopper
Provenance
Stephen Junkunc, III (d. 1978) Collection.

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