London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Chinese pale celadon jade brushwasher, early 19th Century
carved in the form of a peach borne on a leafy and floral stem, with a crane perched on the stem by one side, the stone of pale celadon tone with white and grey inclusions -- 4 15/16in. (12.6cm.) wide.
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