Lot 1095
Two Chinese Hardstone Carvings of Shoulao
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
20th century, includes one larger and one smaller hardstone carving of the god of longevity in Chinese culture, Shoulao is featured holding a peach, the symbol of immortality, and a wooden staff, the smaller figure has the additional of a child holding onto his back and inscription to underside.

9.75 in.; 7.25 in.

From the Collection of Marcus Jones, Roanoke, Virginia

Taller figure has a crack around his head and some chips to edges of his robe and slight nicks to his head, the top of his staff is lacking.