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St George Street Sale: Chinese Art

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A STUDY GROUP OF JADE BELT HOOKS
QING DYNASTY AND LATER
comprising: three 'dragon' belt hooks, each with a horned dragon forming the hook and a chilong on the arched shaft grasping a lingzhi spray in its jaws, an oval button on the underside, the stones variously of grey, calcified and pale celadon tone; and an archaistic celadon and russet jade belt hook with fitted box
Quantity: 5
The largest: 13 cm, 5 1/8  in.
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Provenance

The calcified and pale celadon belthooks, Sotheby's London, 9th May 1986, lot 716. 
The grey jade and the archaistic belthook purchased in Hong Kong in 1978 and 2007 respectively.

St George Street Sale: Chinese Art

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London