Hong Kong, HKCEC Grand Hall
3 June 2015
A RARE PINK AND GREEN TOURAMLINE ROSARY-BRACELET, SHOU CHUAN
LATE QING DYNASTY
The bracelet comprises eighteen pink tourmaline beads, evenly spaced by two larger green tourmaline beads. One of the larger green beads is strung to an irregularly-shaped green bead suspending a pink tourmaline plaque carved on both sides with shou characters, which further suspends two pear-shaped beads, all evenly spaced with pearls.
10 1/4 in. (26 cm.) long
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Compare the similar pink and green tourmaline rosary bracelet sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 26 November 2014, lot 3364.
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