PETIT DAIM EN JADE CELADON
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PETIT DAIM EN JADE CELADON

CHINE, DYNASTIE QING, XVIIIEME SIECLE

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PETIT DAIM EN JADE CELADON
CHINE, DYNASTIE QING, XVIIIEME SIECLE
Il est représenté couché sur ses quatre pattes, sa tête délicatement sculptée est tournée vers l'arrière. Il tient un long branchage de lingzhi dans sa gueule courant le long de son dos.
Longueur: 8,5 cm. (3 3/8 in.), socle en zitan
Provenance
Offered in Christie's London, 16 November 1999, lot 14.
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Post lot text
A SMALL CELADON JADE 'DEER AND LINGZHI' CARVING
CHINA, QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY

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Lot Essay

Compare a similar example, holding a prunus blossom in its mouth instead of lingzhi as in the present lot, in the Seattle Art Museum, illustrated by James C.W. Watt, Chinese Jades from the Collection of the Seattle Art Museum, no.56, p.81.

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