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Lot 358: A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING. Early 20th Century. Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H. Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946. ??????

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

November 14, 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING.   Early 20th Century.   Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ??????
  • A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING.   Early 20th Century.   Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ??????
  • A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING.   Early 20th Century.   Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ??????
  • A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING.   Early 20th Century.   Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ??????
  • A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING.   Early 20th Century.   Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ??????
  • A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING.   Early 20th Century.   Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ??????
  • A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING.   Early 20th Century.   Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ??????
   
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Description: A CHINESE CHALCEDONY AGATE ‘BIRDS’ CARVING. Early 20th Century. Carved and pierced in the form of a seated bird, the head turned and holding a lotus flower spray in the mouth with a smaller bird huddled on the left, original carved wood stand, 13.5cm H. Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946. ??????

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