Chinese pale celadon jade carving of a goose with its young seated on a large lotus leaf, each holding the branch of the lotus flower in its beak, with detailed work to the wings and the neatly carved round eyes.

2 1/4 inches, 5.7 cm long.

Qianlong, 1736-1795.


Available on request.

Provenance & Additional Information

  • Formerly in the collection of Mr. O.J.R. Allen, acquired from Jade House, Hong Kong, 23rd March 1977.
  • Included by Marchant in their exhibition of Chinese Jades from the Mr. O.J.R. Allen Collection, 2013, no. 34.