Bowl of white Camphor jade, carved in a XVIII century Tibetan form suggesting a Chrysanthemum, a design that came to Tibet from India, and was later introduced into China by Tibetan Carvers and brought to Peking by Ch'ien Lung. The nephrite jade has a beautifully lustrous quality. Former Classification: Jade

Bowl, 1736-1795

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Details
Title
Bowl
Role
Artist
Accession Number
34.21.4
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Bowl of white Camphor jade, carved in a XVIII century Tibetan form suggesting a Chrysanthemum, a design that came to Tibet from India, and was later introduced into China by Tibetan Carvers and brought to Peking by Ch'ien Lung. The nephrite jade has a beautifully lustrous quality. Former Classification: Jade