A pale celadon and russet jade 'squirrel and grapes' group, Qing dynasty, 19th century | 清十九世紀 青白玉糖色松鼠葡萄把件
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A pale celadon and russet jade 'squirrel and grapes' group
Qing dynasty, 19th century
Length 3¾ in., 9.4 cm
There is a bruise and a chip to one of the edges of the leaves. Overall with some minor nicks to the extremities as can be expected, including to the underside. The stone with natural fissures.
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Sotheby's New York, 11th-12th April 1990, lot 336.
Collection of William H. and Sophia H. Harrison.
Gifted to the Speed Art Museum, Louisville, in 2000 (acc. no. 2000.13.21).
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