Very Fine carved Chinese Qing Dynasty white jade of covered urn. Formed in shape of a squared baluster body raised on splayed foot, the tapered shoulder gently elevated the wide neck with domed lid crowned with a simply bud finial. Two floral shaped ears emerged on the neck. The exterior and lid decorated with intricately detail relief of a centralized night lotus blossoms sprays its foliage in dense rococo motif, well balanced with finely polished plain neck and foot base.
The carving is smooth, with pale-celadon iridescent, clean even tone, and moist milky appearance.
Mark on neck, carved four seal script -ZhuanShu- characters, QianLong Reign Period.
Dimensions: 135mm H x 87mm W x 69mm D
PROVENANCE: From New York Estate Sales and Auctions Near The Hudson, 1928. The same collections can be found from Lot-269 through Lot-322.