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€ EUR 6.500,00 - £ 5618.28 - $ 7243.6 - C$ 9515.35

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ARCHAIC AND IMPERIAL CHINA
HAN CONG IN JADE
HAN DYNASTY (206 BC - AD 220)
Formerly collection of a French diplomat posted in Beijing in the 80's.
Object certified authentic and sold with an expert certificate. Satisfied or your money back.
Object :
Nº 1701
Material :
Jade
Type Object :
Funerary ritual
Dimensions :
4,6cmX4,5cmX6cm

 

Tsong pillar in nephrite jade that is dark grey with speckles of black. The pillar is square with rounded corners and is covered with motifs typical of the Han period. The hollow centre clearly shows the signs of a manual finish. It was customary to pierce jade objects starting from both ends, which often included a sign of alignment at the joining point. Extremely fine condition. Small scratches due to age. Traces of limestone and signs of crystallization.

€ 6500 - £ 5618.28 - $ 7243.6 - C$ 9515.35

All purchases must be paid in Euro. Other currency prices for indication only