TWO JADE BLADES
TWO JADE BLADES

NEOLITHIC PERIOD, POSSIBLY DAWENKOU CULTURE, CIRCA 4300-2500 BC

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TWO JADE BLADES
NEOLITHIC PERIOD, POSSIBLY DAWENKOU CULTURE, CIRCA 4300-2500 BC
The lot comprises two long blades, one with two hafting holes and tapers slightly towards the rounded cutting edge, the second with long parallel sides and a single hafting hole. Both are covered with extensive white alteration.
Longer: 14 1/16 in. (35.8 cm.) long, boxes
Provenance
Acquired in Hong Kong prior to 1999
Literature
Pottery and Jades of Chinas Neolithic Age, Taipei, 2001, p. 94, no. 79

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