London, South Kensington
6 November 2009
A GREY JADE CARVING OF A FOREIGNER AND ATTENDANT
the standing foreign merchant or sailor carved wearing a pointed hat on his head, holding in his hands a wrapped textile, his attendant standing next to him, a small dog at his feet -- 3½in. (9cm.) high, fitted box.
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