Chinese celadon jade carved and pierced circular pendant necklace (1912-1949)
Celadon jade circular carved and pierced pendant of two circling panthers, mounted on a moss green silk cord with a white jade bead, and flanked by a pair of celadon jade discs and sterling lobster clasp. In Chinese iconography, the panther was the herald of fortune and taming of cruelty and thus an auspicious symbol.
China, Republic Period, 1912-1949.
Materials: Celadon Jade, White Jade, Silk Cording, Sterling Silver
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