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jade jewelry - Google Search

jade jewelry - Google Search

British Columbia- carved jade

British Columbia- carved jade

One of Wang Junyi’s highly praised works is this butterfly shaped from a piece of jadeite that gradually “changes” colors.

One of Wang Junyi’s highly praised works is this butterfly shaped from a piece of jadeite that gradually “changes” colors.

A FINELY CARVED JADE SPOON MUGHAL INDIA, 18TH CENTURY The deep bowl with thin walls very slightly pointed at the extremity, the carved petals at its base emitting a floral spray with a large four-petalled rosette in the centre, with applied faceted stem with short tapering finial, the bowl with haircrack, stem re-attached to the bowl

A FINELY CARVED JADE SPOON MUGHAL INDIA, 18TH CENTURY The deep bowl with thin walls very slightly pointed at the extremity, the carved petals at its base emitting a floral spray with a large four-petalled rosette in the centre, with applied faceted stem with short tapering finial, the bowl with haircrack, stem re-attached to the bowl

Ottoman Gold Ring with an Eye Agate - OS.172 Origin: Turkey Circa: 18th Century AD to 19th Century AD

Ottoman Gold Ring with an Eye Agate - OS.172 Origin: Turkey Circa: 18th Century AD to 19th Century AD

Arm Rest. Mughal, 17th-18th century. The Walters Art Museum

Arm Rest. Mughal, 17th-18th century. The Walters Art Museum

19th century ottoman turkish sherbet spoons • coral, mother of pearl and silver

19th century ottoman turkish sherbet spoons • coral, mother of pearl and silver

An antique Mughal or Ottoman jade archer's ring, India or Turkey, 17th/18th…

An antique Mughal or Ottoman jade archer's ring, India or Turkey, 17th/18th…

A rare and important Mughal jade Archer's ring inscribed 'Akbar Shah', India, dated 1009 AH/1600-1 AD - Sotheby's

A rare and important Mughal jade Archer's ring inscribed 'Akbar Shah', India, dated 1009 AH/1600-1 AD - Sotheby's

A gem-set rock-crystal archer's ring, India, 19th century of typical form, overlaid with gold wire and set with spinels with a central floral rosette surrounded by scrolling tendrils issuing buds. 3.5cm

A gem-set rock-crystal archer's ring, India, 19th century of typical form, overlaid with gold wire and set with spinels with a central floral rosette surrounded by scrolling tendrils issuing buds. 3.5cm