London, South Kensington
20 July 2000
A Chinese bronze scribes inkwell
with long shaft, hinged cover and inlaid silver wire decoration -- 5½in. (14cm) long; two soapstone seals carved with dragon and pine -- 27/8in. (7.3cm) high, max.; two rock crystal Buddhistic lions -- 3in. (7.6cm) long, max.; another in soapstone -- 3¾in. (9.5cm) high; another soapstone seal with a figure seated on a three legged toad -- 21/8in. (5.4cm) high; an agate fish; an amber pendant; an amethyst seated Budai; and a brass coin -- 2in. (5.1cm) diam., 19th/20th Century. (11)
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