THREE CHINESE JADE CARVINGS
MING DYNASTY (1368-1644)
Comprising a russet jade carving of Liu Hai with his three-legged toad on his shoulder; a celadon carving of recumbent hound with dark brown inclusions, drilled with a hole; and a celadon and black mottled carving of a further dog, drilled with a hole
The largest 2.3/8 in. (5.9 cm.) high
From a Private East Asian Collector (d. 1994).
The first, acquired in 1990 from Chinese Arts & Crafts, Hong Kong.