London, South Kensington
28 June 2007
A Chinese celadon and russet jade carving of a duck, 17th 18th century
carved within the natural shape of the pebble, with its head turned towards the back, seated with its webbed feet tucked under its body, the wings delineated with plummage and feathers, the stone of yellowish-celadon tone turning to black towards the rear -- 2in. (5.1cm.) long.
Sydney L. Moss Ltd., London label.
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