London, South Kensington
15 May 2009
THREE JADE CARVINGS, 17TH CENTURY AND LATER
comprising a grey and deep russet carving of a Mongolian pony, 17th Century, the beast rolled onto one side with incised mane detailing; a white jade cat group, 19th Century, the animals holding a lingzhi spray between them, fitted wood stand; and a mottled grey jade seal, 18th/19th Century, a turtle figure carved to the top -- the first, 1¾in. (4.5cm.) wide. (3)
From an English private collection, acquired prior to 1985.
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