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DescriptionA Chinese Carved Coral Group of a Lady and Flowering Plant with Display Case, Late Qing Dynasty
6-7/8 inches high (17.5 cm)
Weight of coral: 500 grams
The female figure wearing exotic, feathered clothing, holding a lotus leave with spider above an undulating coral branch with carved peonies. Raised on a well-carved reticulated base and housed in a silk-lined display case.
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