Lot 170: THREE JADE PLAQUES INLAID ZITAN RUYI SCEPTRE
November 11, 2016
Marietta, GA, USALive Auction
Description: The Chinese jade plaques inlaid to the ruyi head carved with quatrefoil floriform petal shape, depicts figures in a pursuit of ceremonial offering beneath swaying tree branches set under half hiding moon behind rolling clouds. The rectangular central plaque depict a figure within a pavilion within highland scene. The square jade plaque on the rear end depicting waterside landscape. The zitan wood wand is intricately carved depicted vigorous dragons striding amidst dense of scrolling clouds. The carving in this scepter is very delicate, the jade stone have pale celadon iridescent, with even tone clean translucent, moist milky appearance.
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Dimensions: Dimension: 19" L
Date: Qing Dynasty