AN ARCHAISTIC WHITE AND PALE RUSSET JADE 'DRAGON' PLAQUE
AN ARCHAISTIC WHITE AND PALE RUSSET JADE 'DRAGON' PLAQUE
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AN ARCHAISTIC WHITE AND PALE RUSSET JADE 'DRAGON' PLAQUE

18TH CENTURY

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AN ARCHAISTIC WHITE AND PALE RUSSET JADE 'DRAGON' PLAQUE
18TH CENTURY
The plaque is well carved in openwork as an archaistic dragon, its head turned to face its coiled tail. The semi-translucent stone of white color has some areas of pale russet color and is well polished.
2 1/8 in. (5.5 cm.) wide
Provenance
Stephen Junkunc, III (d. 1978) Collection.

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Rufus Chen (陳嘉安)
Rufus Chen (陳嘉安) Head of Sale, AVP, Specialist

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