London, South Kensington
17 August 2000
A Chinese white and brown jade ram
carved with its head turned , and resting on its back holding a lingzhi spray in its mouth, the hindlegs tucked beneath the body, the forelegs bent at the chest, the horns, ears, tail and eyes well defined, the stone of a semi-translucent cream-white tone with honey and amber mottled splashes to head and back, russet streaks -- 2½in. (6.3cm.) wide, 18th Century.
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