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PROPERTY FROM A HONG KONG COLLECTION

TWO CARVED IVORY BRUSHPOTS
LATE MING – EARLY QING DYNASTY
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652

PROPERTY FROM A HONG KONG COLLECTION

TWO CARVED IVORY BRUSHPOTS
LATE MING – EARLY QING DYNASTY
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Chinese Art, including Snuff Bottles and Jades from an Old Hong Kong Family Collection

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Hong Kong

TWO CARVED IVORY BRUSHPOTS
LATE MING – EARLY QING DYNASTY
the largest well carved in low relief with foreign merchant bivouacking on the silk road by moonlight, with a camel and a walled gate in the distance, inscribed with a four characters poem pertaining to the scene, the smaller brushpot carved in the form of a section of bamboo with to insects hovering by
13 and 8.6 cm, 5 1/8  and 3 3/8  in.
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Chinese Art, including Snuff Bottles and Jades from an Old Hong Kong Family Collection

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Hong Kong