China, late Qing dynasty (1644-1912). The archer’s ring incised with scrolling designs, the translucent stone of a white tone with few russet inclusions; the bead of half-cylindrical form, the center hollowed out, and pierced for suspension as a pendant, the translucent stone of a white tone with russet patches and cloudy inclusions; the third carved as a recumbent cat, also pierced for suspension, the stone of a celadon tone with russet inclusions and dark speckles.
Condition: Overall very good condition, the bead with a minor loss toward the top.
Provenance: US private collection in California.
Weight: 33.9 g (the cat pendant), 45.6 g (the archer’s ring), and 33.0 g (the bead pendant)
Dimensions: Length 4.2 cm (the cat pendant), Width 3.4 cm (the archer’s ring), Length 6.7 cm (the bead pendant)
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