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CHINA, Ching dynasty openwork jade pendant in the form of a dragon amongst foliage, in a white jade, 6 cm wide; probably c.18th century. Very fine, rare.
This jade carving is a late archaistic jade from the same collection as the previous jade, Lawsons (1996). This jade once belonged to Ishimoto Kenji a former director of the South Manchurian Railway Company.
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