18 - 19 September 2014
A SMALL WHITE JADE ARCHAISTIC DOU-FORM STEM BOWL AND COVER
The tall spreading foot is carved with a lappet border, and the thin bowl is carved with archaistic scrolls, which form taotie masks on either side. The cover is surmounted by three small lug handles. The semi-translucent stone is of an even white color.
3¾ in. (9.4 cm.) high
Acquired in New York prior to 1970.
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