Description: Of rectangular shape wall plaque. The decoration delicately inlaid with semi-precious stone comprising lapis lazuli, carnelian, agate, jadeite, spinach-green jade; portrayed The Hundred Antiques including but not limited to, a gilt bronze cloisonne works enamel flower vase, a double fish lantern, cylindrical incense burner, elephant effigy carrying further flower vase, ruyi scepter, pear, scrolls, flower foliate, carved zitan wood table stand. Showing protruding Mother of Pearl inlaid of themed inscriptions on left. All reserved against red-brownish lacquered ground within carved hardwood frame, adorned with cloisonne work plaques along the frame.
Dimensions: Dimension: 65" H x 35" W
Medium: lacquer, wood, cloisonne, gold, bronze, semi-precious stones.
Date: Qing Dynasty
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