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PROPERTY OF AN ENGLISH LADY AND GENTLEMAN

A CELADON AND RUSSET JADE ARCHAISTIC RHYTON
17TH CENTURY
Estimate
8,00012,000
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PROPERTY OF AN ENGLISH LADY AND GENTLEMAN

A CELADON AND RUSSET JADE ARCHAISTIC RHYTON
17TH CENTURY
Estimate
8,00012,000
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A CELADON AND RUSSET JADE ARCHAISTIC RHYTON
17TH CENTURY
the well-hollowed tapering vessel deftly carved with archaistic motifs to the exterior, finely incised with further stylised scrolls and mythical beasts, the stone of a greyish celadon tone with russet inclusions
12.5 cm, 4 7/8  in.
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Catalogue Note

Jade vessels of rhyton form are known to have been produced from as early as the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220), such as one excavated from the tomb of the King of Nanyue, dated to circa 122 BC, illustrated in Peter Lam, Jades from the Tomb of the King of Nanyue, Hong Kong, 1991, pl. D44. 

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