A celadon jade ‘dragon’ washer, Qing dynasty, 19th / early 20th century
A celadon jade ‘dragon’ washer
Qing dynasty, 19th / early 20th century
清十九 / 二十世紀初 青玉雕龍紋洗
Diameter 7¾ in., 19.5 cm
Crack/fissure running from rim (near large dragon's paw) down the side and 2/3 of the way across the base; shorter diagonal fissure across the other dragon's hip and through the washer's side; scattered small nicks and bruises.
Please note that this lot includes a stand, frame or other component made from a type of Chinese hardwood, which, if exported, will require a CITES permit to leave the United States.
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