London, South Kensington
9 November 2000
A jade carving of a recumbent dog
17th Century and later
modelled with the head resting on its paws and a coiled tail, with russet inclusions -- 2¾in. (7cm.) wide; two further jade carvings of dogs, one seated upright, the other lying down, both with wood stands -- 27/8in. (6.7cm.) max. high; and two jade carvings of recumbent horses, the details naturalistically defined, on wood stands -- 2¼in. (5.7cm.) max. long, (minor rubbing).
See Illustration. (5)
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