Jade bi disc with cloud scrolls pattern, Qijia culture (c. 2300-1600BCE)
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The body is made into a round plate shape, With a round hole in the center, the jade wall itself is a work of Qi family culture in the late Neolithic Age, and the decorative patterns are added from the late Ming Dynasty to the early Qing Dynasty. Both sides are carved with cloud patterns. The jade is green, white and fine, with different shades of brown. It is inscribed with the imperial title of the Emperor Qianlong’s second birthday (forty years, 1775) around the perimeter, and the seal characters “Qian” and “Long” are inscribed under it
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