$4,000.00 $3,800.00

“A mid-Qing dynasty seed material jade pendant with golden skin, featuring the ‘Fu Shou’ (fortune and longevity) pattern, approximately 3.8 centimeters long and weighing 11 grams. One side skillfully depicts a bat with outstretched wings, with lifelike mouth, eyes, and ruyi-shaped ears. The other side is carved with a branch of longevity peaches, the leaves thick and the peaches plump and full. This piece is a typical masterpiece of a jade artist from the Qianlong period, surpassing the works from the later Qing era.”




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