A table screen (Chinese, Qing Dynasty, 19th century) made of jade and hardwood. The wood frame is key-hole shaped and attached to a trestle-shaped stand. The detachable jade screen is carved from fretted mutton fat jade and features carvings of animals, smoke/clouds, and vegetation.
9.875" x 4.75" x 3.125"
Gift of Mrs. Gwendolen E. Rives, 1972.
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