London, South Kensington
7 December 2000
A selection of Chinese jade and glass carvings
17th century and later
including a mottled celadon and russet jade oval pendant carved with a guei dragon -- 13/8in. (3.5cms) wide; a celadon carving of a recumbent mythical beast -- 2in. (5cms) long, wood stand; a celadon carving of a recumbent Buddhistic lion -- 1¾in. (4.5cms) long; a mottled celadon and russet carving of a recumbent mythical beast -- 2¼in. (5.7cms) long; a green glass carving of a frog -- 1¼in. (3cms) long; and a mottled black jade carving of a recumbent duck -- 2in. (5cms) long.
See Illustration for Part Lot. (6)
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