Two Chinese Jade Animals
Ming Dynasty and earlier
Comprising a miniature buffalo carved in a recumbent position, the stone a yellowish celadon with brown calcification to one side; and an archaic style figure of a lion carved in a recumbent position, the mouth holding a ball, the body worked in low relief with stylized scrolling, the stone a light and dark gray. Length of larger 2 1/4 inches.
Ex-Collection of Harry Peters, Buffalo, New York
C Property from a Private New Jersey Collector
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