AN UNUSUAL WHITE LIMESTONE FIGURE OF A TIGER
AN UNUSUAL WHITE LIMESTONE FIGURE OF A TIGER
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AN UNUSUAL WHITE LIMESTONE FIGURE OF A TIGER

LATE SHANG-EARLY WESTERN ZHOU DYNASTY, 12TH-11TH CENTURY BC

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AN UNUSUAL WHITE LIMESTONE FIGURE OF A TIGER
LATE SHANG-EARLY WESTERN ZHOU DYNASTY, 12TH-11TH CENTURY BC
The standing figure carved with a broad head, open jaws and pricked ears has a collared tubular opening in its solid body. There are traces of red pigment.
3 ½ in. (9 cm.) long, plexiglass stand
Provenance
C.T. Loo, New York, 2 August 1954.
Stephen Junkunc, III (d. 1978) Collection.
Literature
C.T. Loo, An Exhibition of Chinese Archaic Jades, New York, 1950, no.7.
Exhibited
New York, C.T. Loo, An Exhibition of Chinese Archaic Jades, 1950.

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