London, South Kensington
11 June 1998
A CHINESE MOTTLED WHITE JADE CONICAL BOWL
CARVED IN RELIEF WITH FOUR LION-MASK AND TWO LOOSE-RING HANDLES ABOVE A RUNNING BAND OF SCROLLING DESIGNS, THE MASK EYES AND RIM INLAID IN JADEITE AND OTHER COLOURED STONES -- 7.IN (17.8CM) WIDE, 18TH CENTURY, (FLAWS, ONE SMALL INLAY PIECE MISSING).
SEE COLOUR PLATE 35.
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