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A Chinese 'marriage' necklace of hardstone, jade, and silver beads, Late Qing dynasty to Republic period, 57 cm long fully extended, the jade bangle 3.2 cm diam., beads varying from 0.7 cm to 2.5 cm diam., 215g. Provenance: NSW private collection,
A carved ivory figure of Kannon by Nobuyoshi, 19th century, standing on a rockwork base, wearing long layered robes with wide sleeves and a narrow celestial scarf rising above her shoulders, her hair drawn into a high chignon set at the front with an elabo
A collection of jewellery, comprising a feature round hinged bangle of wide, wire worked silver, detailed by large cabochon onyx beads throughout and small marcasite, a Thai princess cluster pendant with paste stones, a pair of silver drop earrings and pai
Jadeite pendant, Chinese, early 20th century, the oval-shaped drop carved with Chinese symbolist imagery depicting a tree shrew clambering upon an auspicious gourd and vine surmounted by an agate bead between gold connectors, jade length approximately 37.1
A rhinoceros horn 'grapevine' libation cup Qing dynasty, 18th century, carved as an open multi-petalled flower, the exterior decorated in relief with scrolling stems of grapevine bearing clusters of fruit and foliage, the branches issuing from the
A fine antique Chinese boxed court necklace, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the fine strand of jade, quartz and glass with attached woven and wrapped cotton and flat ribbon in watermelon colours supporting green drops with gilded metal attachments, enclosed i
A gold Chinese Token pendant. 20ct yellow gold, made as a donut shaped gold token shaped pendant, crafted from solid polished gold, impressed with Chinese characters to one side. Total weight: 37.4grams
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