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Subject:Chinese jade??
Posted By: Fouad Wed, Dec 05, 2018 IP:

Hi everyone,

If you could shed some light on to this, it would be appreciated.

What do you think? Any info appreciated.

Kind regards


Subject:Re: Chinese jade??
Posted By: Clark Sun, Dec 09, 2018

I’ll venture a guess from the pictures, pic 1) top left looks like nephrite and could be Xinjing the carving translucency and oily texture fit, the color is a bit off it’s a shade green better if it was creamy white or green. Top right looks like jadeite as is the bottom piece of the two the upper is better quality. The real experts here I’m sure will give you the best advice and I’m curious what is said about the other two in the second photo. I did at one time have an old xinjing nepherite Bi disk with similar silver wash, I’m curious about yours.
Best of luck

Subject:Re: Chinese jade??
Posted By: Fouad Mon, Dec 10, 2018

Hi Clark,

Thank you for the info, appreciate your time.
Kind regards


Subject:Re: Chinese jade??
Posted By: Gman Sun, Dec 16, 2018

Not sure why the second photo is posted under the title "Chinese Jade???"

They are Japanese metal alloy sword fittings, specifically they are called "Tsuba". The tsuba is the hand guard of the sword.


Subject:Re: Chinese jade??
Posted By: Fouad Tue, Dec 18, 2018

Hi Gman,

Thanks for the info, sorry only realised when it was too late to take the second picture off. I Never had the intention to mislead.
Thanks again, i would never knew what the item is.

Kind regards


Subject:Re: Chinese jade??
Posted By: Roberte Tue, Feb 26, 2019

good evening
in my opinion the first jade in the upper left is the nephrite 18 or 19 century old enough, the upper right seems to me of the modern nephrite intentionally burns to have a red coloring on the last of the bottom I have a doubt I think no longer being marble, I am also looking forward to hearing from the experts
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