London, South Kensington
11 November 2016
TWO JADEITE PENDANTS
The first is carved and pierced as a 'bat and peaches' group, the stone is of a mottled deep-green emerald and apple-green tone with paler inclusions; the second is carved and pierced with two monkeys resting on a peach, the stone is of a pale celadon tone with russet and apple green inclusions.
The larger 2 in. (5.1 cm.) long
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The 'peach and bat' pendant is accompanied by report no. 12784, dated 24 May 2016, from The Gem and Pearl Laboratory, London, stating that no evidence of treatment was observed.
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