A Jade Carving of Boy and Elephants with a Zitan Stand, Qing Dynasty
清 童子洗象玉擺件 原配紫檀座
Of reseda green tones with brown and white inclusions, each elephant carved in a recumbent position with front and hind legs beneath their bodies, the larger reaching its trunk to meet its tail, the smaller elephant with its trunk on the head of the other, and a small boy perched playfully atop one elephant. With a fitted stand
including stand height 2.9" — 7.4 cm.
Department: Asian Art