Jade & Hardstone

Available Pieces
  • R1361

    £3,850

    Chinese white jade belt buckle with dragon head book and chilong dragon in high relief with long mane holding a lingzhi branch in its mouth.

  • R1349

    £3,850

    Chinese pale celadon and russet jade carving of two mushrooms, with double branch pierced for attachment, the underside with circular indentations imitating the button of a mushroom.

  • M5275

    £9,500

    Chinese pale celadon and russet jade flattened boulder carving with a scholar and attendant crossing a naturalistic rockwork bridge in the mountains, with a viewing pavilion in the distance beneath a pine tree and above a wutong branch and waterfall, the reverse carved as naturalistic rockwork.

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  • R1335

    £2,850

    A Chinese blue ground enamel circular box cast with the bajixiang, the cover inset with a white jade oval plaque from the centre of a ruyi-sceptre and carved with two scholars on a rockwork bridge in the mountains, beside a staircase beneath overhanging pine branches and above a waterfall.

  • R1206

    £5,850

    Chinese white jade pendant carved as a melon with leafy tendrils and a butterfly.

  • R1334

    £8,500

    Chinese white jade oval ruyi-sceptre head carved with a fully caparisoned standing elephant with a yinyang ribbon-tied canopy hawdah on its back, wearing a long tasseled saddle cloth with double-xi character, all between two bats in flight.

  • M5238

    £3,250

    Chinese small jade carving of a recumbent Buddhist lion with two horns and head turned back, holding in its mouth an openwork ruyi-cloud supporting a book, with upright trefoil tail, the four feet neatly tucked underneath, the stone pale celadon and slightly mottled on one side with russet hind quarters and tail.

  • JL2

    £65,000

    Chinese white jade carving of a mythical seahorse, haima, superbly carved with the horse holding a ribbon-tied bundle of scrolls over its back above crested waves swirling on the underside, with detailed hairwork to its mane.

  • R1223

    £5,250

    Chinese pure white jade thin snuff bottle of flattened form, well-hollowed with an oval neck and oval raised foot rim, with recessed base, the stone of even white colour, with fitted rose quartz stopper.

  • R1207

    £9,500

    Chinese jade waterpot carved as an upright lotus leaf with relief veins, beside a pod, another leaf and branches forming the foot rim, the stone of pale celadon tone.

  • M5155

    £19,500

    A Chinese jade carving of an elephant with two standing boy attendants caring for it, one holding a brush at the flank, the other holding another brush behind its right ear, all on a carved wave ground, the stone pale celadon with natural russet markings used.

  • M4767

    £28,000

    Chinese large pale celadon jade brushwasher carved as an openwork double-gourd with long branches, tendrils and leaves, the largest two both with relief veins, beside another double-gourd, the curved end carved with a gnarled branch.

  • R1175

    £3,850

    Chinese white jade carving of a recumbent horse with its head turned biting its hoof, with detailed hair work to the mane and tail.

  • R1183

    £5,850

    Chinese white jade brushrest carved with a crane standing on a rock looking back at a pine tree, all amongst rockwork with a lingzhi spray, the reverse carved as rockwork.

  • M3078

    £24,000

    Spill holder carved as two naturalistic tree trunks with branches of prunus, bamboo and lingzhi, with an open-winged bat joining the two trunks, the underside naturalistically carved, the stone black and grey.

  • 5. M4997

    £22,000

    Chinese jade pouring vessel, yi, with a large ring handle extending into an upturned lip, the rim with fluting between three relief ribs, all on three short feet.

  • 7. M5001

    £48,000

    Chinese large jade pebble carved as a recumbent two-horned qilin resting amongst ruyi-clouds supporting a book wrapped in a closed box secured on the front by tabs, resting on its haunches, the body with detailed work to the spine, mane, tail and scales, the back legs and split hooves neatly tucked underneath.

  • 8. M4983

    £POA

    Chinese large jade libation vessel carved in the form of a peach stone with naturalistic grooved underside, the flat everted rim carved in relief with a twenty-character inscription and date, the interior plain.

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