Lot 152: A MOTTLED GREY AND BLACK JADE LIDDED TRIPOD CENSER
November 11, 2016
Marietta, GA, USALive Auction
Description: The stone of a black tone with some greyish areas, carved in deep bowl shape, bulbous body, with flat opening and domed lid, topped with flared finial. Two elongated S-shaped handles extensively emerged from the lower body give a broadly appearance, flanked to the opening rim with cylindrical accents on each side. Raised on three cabriole legs. The exterior is finely polished, left it plain, simple yet elegance showing the stone's attractive lighter patches of natural inclusions. Delightfully displayed upon a carved hardwood stand with trefoil floriform lobed ruyi pattern. The nephrite jade shows delightfully moist milky appearance.
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Dimensions: Dimension: 152.4mm H x 203.2mm W ; (only Stand): 2" H Weight (Jade): 1542.3g
Date: Qing Dynasty