Jade stand in the shape of a ram with rider, Yuan to Ming dynasty, 1271-1644
- Image Number: K1C002135N000000000PAD
- Dynasty: Yuan dynasty
- Category: Jades
- Function: furnishings
- Material: Minerals/Jade Jewelry/Jade
It is made of jade, with a narrow body and a wooden base. A shepherd sits on his back, while he carves a sheep. There is a slot between a man and a sheep’s head, which is used as a tool frame. There was a inscription in the sheep’s belly: “The northern sea Mu Di returned. He was a great artist. He wrote strong and beautiful pictures at that time. This day, he will know loyalty. The new desert scenery is like the old one. How can the frost break? You should laugh at Fan Li. You should not be ashamed of good gold. The imperial title of the mid spring moon in the Ding Hai of the Qianlong reign was written.” Next comes the two seals of “Bide” and “Langrun”.
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