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Lot 0008
Dimensions: 153.36mm Dia. Weight: 379.7g Stand: 112.94mm H

Finest, Chinese Qing carved jade table screen. A Finest jade carved round medallion table screen depicting waterside mountainous landscapes, with contoured hardwood stand carved white jade circle panel and contoured Zitan hardwood stand. Jagged mountain side pathway with evergreen trees jutting from the rock toward two traveling Daoist scholars, interspersed with various tall lush tree, rock hill, and scrolling ruyi clouds. Daoist scholar on their path traversing within stone landscape scene. That portray the balance of wealth and healthy ecosystems. Jadestone is translucent in appearance with a creamy white coloration. A circular frame is fastened around the diameter of the jade and then placed on an elaborately carved stand with shading pine tree grew out of rock works throughout. The jade plaque is in excellent condition with beautiful translucent are well incorporated into the carving design. The Nephrite Jade has a lustrous tone, with pale-celadon iridescent and attractive sporadic golden russet inclusions, exquisite and detail, the jade stone have clean tone, with pale-celadon iridescent and moist milky appearance. The Expert workmanship is the absolute highlight of this gorgeous nephrite jade screen, a portion of this natural jade is considered quite rare. Translucent properties are present as light strikes the unblemished basin. Brilliant luster with very precise. The jade showing pale-celadon color iridescent with moist milky appearance natural inclusion along the surfaces.


Many mountains in China are sacred, some to Daoists, some to Buddhists and some to both. In folk religion each mountain has its own deity associated with it. The pictogram character for mountain sea represent an all encompassing phrase for the whole world shan hai. Mountains represent the yang element in the landscape and as such connect to the governing yang element in China the Emperor. Mountain is one of the eight trigrams in Feng Shui and Yi Jing. Of these Taishan is considered the most important and stones from the mountain were often placed in towns across China as a lucky charm.


Over all in EXCELLENT condition.
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Estimate $3,000 - $4,000
$8001 bid
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