Collect Natural Type A Jadeite Jade Handmade Dark green Teapot shape statue, "Grade A" Height: 54 mm （2.12 in)width: 54 mm (2.12 in) thickness of jadeite: 15 mm (0.59 in)Item Weight:54.65 g (273.65) ct
Vintage Chinese Snuff Bottle Green and White Jadeite Jade hand carved finely carvedMaterial: Jadeite Jade Fei Cui 翡翠 translucent Green and White Height：57x57x14mm - 2.24x2.24x0.55 inchesAny questions please ask, happy to help!
Jade Happy Buddha statue carved in natural Jade without treatments. The Buddha sitting on a rock in a smiling pose with a Ruyi scepter in his left hand that is a ceremonial scepter in Chinese Buddhism or a talisman that symbolizes power in business and good luck, and a necklace of beads around his neck, in the back a straw hat that symbolizes health and...
Old Chinese Seal carved in Shoushan natural stone on a wooden base, well detailed and signed by the author. Mythic Chinese stone Shoushan with good translucence, brightness and reddish veins visible under the skin of the stone, carved on both sides with old people crossing a bridge in the direction of a temple or palace between mountains accompanied by...
Precious chinese seal in Natural Shoushan stone, Orange and Black with Foo Dog - Lion Fu, signed by the artistType: Seal, chop, stamp, sculpture Material: Natural Shoushan stone ( 壽山石 ), bicolor: Orange & Black Measures: 108x60x59mm - 4.25x2.36x2.32" Weight: 652 g Previous owner: Private collector from the United Kingdom
Vintage article from the 1920's.Height: 6 InchesWidth: 3.3 Inches.Bottom: 3.3 Inches.Materials: Shoushan, Chinese yellow stone, Chinese stamp, Chinese ancient shoushan, carved shoushan, ancient chinese stamp, chinese stamp, chop, ancient chinese carving, natural shoushan stone, tianhuang shoushan, tianhuang, chinese shoushan stone stamp stamp.
Vintage article from the 1940's. There are hundreds of stone classes from Shoushan. The most precious class - Tianhuang stone - is more valuable than gold and we enjoy a reputation as "the king of stones". "It is said that one liang (50 grams) of Tianhuang stone equals three liang of gold.