A GROUP OF SEVEN CHINESE JADE ITEMS 18TH/19TH CENTURY Comprising: a pale celadon carving of a cat, a celadon pendant formed as a bird grasping a branch of lotus in its beak, a pale celadon carving of water chestnut seeds amongst leaves, a pale celadon cylindrical vessel incised with mythical beasts, a white jade pendant modelled as a bone fragment, a pale celadon jade carving of a bat clutching a disc incised fu shou shuang quan, and a white jade pendant worked as a twisting fantastical creature, four with wood stands, 6.7cm max. (11) Provenance: from an English private collection, West Sussex, acquired by the current owner during various tours of duty between 1968 and 1985.

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