London, South Kensington
6 September 2007
A Chinese russet and white 'dragon' jade plaque, 17th 18th century
carved in the form of an archaic dragon with a bi-furcated tail, the sides carved in low relief with C scrolls, the stone of grey tone with areas of amber inclusions -- 3 1/8in. (7.9cm.) wide.
R.H.R.P (Palmer) no. 172 label.
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