AN AGATE PENDANT, HUANG
AN AGATE PENDANT, HUANG

NEOLITHIC PERIOD, LOWER YANGTZE RIVER REGION, CIRCA 3300-2200 BC

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AN AGATE PENDANT, HUANG
NEOLITHIC PERIOD, LOWER YANGTZE RIVER REGION, CIRCA 3300-2200 BC
The softly polished semi-circular pendant has convex sides with two small apertures on either end to one side. The stone is of a semi-translucent pale amber tone with some opaque inclusions.
5 1/2 in. (13.8 cm.) long, box
Provenance
Lantien Shanfang Collection, acquired in Hong Kong prior to 1999
Literature
Pottery and Jades of Chinas Neolithic Age, Taipei, 2001, p. 95, no. 80
Sale room notice
Please note this lot was published in Pottery and Jades of Chinas Neolithic Age, Taipei, 2001, p. 105, no. 88, instead of p. 95, no. 80 as stated in the catalogue.

請注意:此拍品曾著錄於《抱璞怡陶》頁105,圖版88號,而非圖錄中所刊的頁95,圖版80號。

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