9 November 2010
A LARGE GREYISH-GREEN JADE RECUMBENT BUFFALO
The animal naturalistically carved with its legs neatly tucked under the body with the tail gently flicked over the hindquarters, the head turned to the side and slightly raised, with long curling horns and projecting ears to either sides, the stone of a greyish-green tone with bands of white mottling and black specking
9 in. (23 cm.) long
Sotheby's, London, 21 June 1977, lot 243.
With William Clayton Ltd., London, purchased on 11 August 1977.
The Clive D. Collins Collection.
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