Vintage Carved Jade Monkey Peach Toggle Style Of: Qianlong 18th Century Chinese For Sale
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Size: 2.7inches Long x 1.75inches Wide x1 inches Height
Description: Very fine carving of a monkey and peach holding a swastika (wan?) symbol. Beautiful carving and movement in the monkey and ribbons, this piece is full of symbolism that I haven't all figured out yet. The material is extremely fine and the soft round edges of the design makes it really nice to hold in your hand. A fine carving in superb material!
Provenance: Important New England Collection
Very fine consistent material with no flaws. Slight orange highlights suggest a pebble's skin. Material is white in direct sun or with a light, in darker light it's a very pale celadon color.
Condition: Perfect Condition
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