Lot 345
A Pair of Gilt Painted Spinach Jade Table Screens
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Qing dynasty, 19th century, each panel painted in an exceptional manner with a mountain landscape featuring elegant pavilions nestled by a lake amid the hills and trees, the reverse painted with pairs of birds on flowering branches - a very auspicious symbol of marital accord and fertility; the jade panels come together with finely carved fitted wood stands.

Panel 9.5in.; HOA 11.25 in.

Collection of William D. B. Alexander (1858-1929), Cleveland, Ohio, and forward by descent.

Minor loss to gilt; one diagonal line of loss to gilt painting on one panel.

$1,500 - 3,000