London, South Kensington
19 July 2007
A Chinese jadeite group of a Qilin, 20th century
the boulder of triangular form, carved with a man clambering on a Qilin struggling to pull a cash string from the mouth of the beast standing above waves by large lotus leaves, the base carved in low relief with a lotus leaf -- 3½in. (8.8cm.) wide, wood stand.
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