chinese-carved-green-jade-covered-lotus-vase-Lotus motif with rings to both sides, lotus finial. On carved fitted wood stand. H. 21cm (8 1/4 in.) Condition Report: Appraised by Charles Adams from the Appraisers Association of America in the 1980's. One very minor flake to lotus finial. Provenance: From the Magee collection, collected during the 1980's.
A VERY RARE WHITE JADE OPENWORK REVOLVING VASE - Description: Superbly carved and pierced, the vase of baluster form rises from deeps sides to a broad shoulder. The waisted neck continue rising to the flared mouth rim. The body is exquisitely reticulated in mesh-like openwork with interwined stylized floral patterns in a separated layer, with the revolving portion underneath, conveying the message of 'many sons and grandsons'. Qing Dynasty period. Dimensions: Height: 7 in (17.8 cm)
A large Chinese spinach jade vase carved to body with taotie masks and a lion to lid, mounted over a bronze stand inset with a small jadeite belt hook, jade of dark green hue, jadeite of mottled emerald green.
LARGE CELADON JADE VASE AND COVER QING DYNASTY, CENTURY of flattened baluster form, each side well-carved with floral arabesques forming a taotie mask, surmounted by a band of stylized lotus, the stone mottled with white and a russet inclusion