A WHITE JADE 'IMMORTALS' TABLE SCREEN [TWO ITEMS]
Of oval form, finely carved to one side with immortals in a pavilion amidst rolling clouds, with one pair carrying a large peach and another clutching a fishing rod, with a pair of cranes grasping ruyi stems to the left, encircled by large lotus blooms and overhanging pine and wutong trees, the stone of an even white tone, reticulated wood stand.
39.5 cm, 15 ½ in.
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Please note this lot will be available for collection after the sale from New Bond Street until 9th November 2018 only, thereafter it will be transferred to Greenford Park Warehouse and available to collect from 13th November onwards.
The jade is in overall good condition except for some minor nibbles to the extremities of the carving, particularly to the leaves, the fishing rod, clouds, and rocks. There are some minor natural inclusions to the stone, and slight surface scratches particularly to the back of the panel. The wooden stand with expected wear to the surface.
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