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Archic Chinese Hetian Jade Vessel
Tripod Ritual Wine Cup
Origin: China, circa: Qing, 19th century
H 3.5 in.(9cm), W 4.5 in.(11.5cm), D 3.75 in.(9cm)
Measurement not including wood base
Condition: very good!

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The jade jue is among the most ancient of Chinese vessels. The archaic prototype of this tripod libation wine cup can be traced back to the Neolithic period (4000 B.C.), and it remains in use until the Late 19th century Qing dynasty. Delicately carved and graciously proportioned in oviform, of a translucent stone of celadon green with traces of russet and an even shine, firmly stabled with three flared legs emerge from the base, a deep russet taotie mask strap handle, flanked on two sides are a dragon and an elephant-headed brackets with loose rings. The exterior wall is decorated with motifs of four dragons in low relief. The fine rim is slightly scabrous to the touch but remains in very good condition, and perfectly functional for drinking or libation purposes.


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