2 May 2007
A six-panel lacquer screen
The red and black lacquer panelled screen inlaid with soapstone, jadeite, wood and hardstone carvings of the 'Hundred Antiquities', including archaistic bronzes and vases with flowering branches beside auspicious objects and animals, slight damages to the lacquer
Each panel 183.5 x 40 cm.
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