Asian Art

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LOT 221

Lot 221

A Jade-Inset Rosewood Jewellery Box, Together With a Jade and Hardstone Cloisonné Tree, Early to Mid 20th Century

A Jade-Inset Rosewood Jewellery Box, Together With a Jade and Hardstone Cloisonné Tree, Early to Mid 20th Century
Lot 221 Details
A Jade-Inset Rosewood Jewellery Box, Together With a Jade and Hardstone Cloisonné Tree, Early to Mid 20th Century

民国时期 花梨木嵌玉雕双凤纹珠宝盒带铜锁 及墨玉及彩石铜胎掐丝珐琅盆景一组三件

The bonsai comprised of nephrite, rose quartz, spinach jade, and agate
彩石盆景包含芙蓉石,玛瑙,墨玉及和田玉
longest length 6.3 in — 16 cm

Estimate $200-$300

Realised: $192
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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A Jade-Inset Rosewood Jewellery Box, Together With a Jade and Hardstone Cloisonné Tree, Early to Mid 20th Century
  • A Jade-Inset Rosewood Jewellery Box, Together With a Jade and Hardstone Cloisonné Tree, Early to Mid 20th Century
  • A Jade-Inset Rosewood Jewellery Box, Together With a Jade and Hardstone Cloisonné Tree, Early to Mid 20th Century

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LOT 221
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