First Look: A Qianlong-Era Spinach-Green Jade Washer

Get a First Look at this majestic spinach-green basin, which ranks among the most impressive jade vessels remaining in a private collection. Carved with large beast-head handles with freely-moving rings, it is an exceptionally large work embodying the distinctive qualities of mid-Qing imperial jade. A highlight of our upcoming Important Chinese Art sale this exceptional washer has been unseen in public since 1936 when it appeared in the International Exhibition of Chinese Art at the Royal Academy in London. Click here to watch more videos. (7 November | London)

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