Jade ornament with “Paired Wild Duck in a Lotus Pond” motif, Yuan to Ming dynasty (1271-1644)
- Image Number: K1C004087N000000000PAF
- Dynasty: Yuan dynasty
- Category: Jades
- Function: Stationery and stationery
- Material: Minerals/Jade Jewelry/Jade
The obverse ornamentation is supported by a circle, and two geese and geese are carved out in multiple (three) layers to play at the edge of the island. The one in front looks back and looks down, and the mouth edge seems to be arranging the wings. With the latter standing upright and spreading his wings, his mouth seems to be singing. Above the standing wild goose, the craftsman carved a lotus flower in full bloom on the front. On one side of the lotus leaf, there were mixed aquatic plants and reed flowers. The eye patterns of goose and goose are not made by pipe drilling, but by incised lines. The leaf veins of the lotus leaf on the front are carved with single lines, while the leaf veins on the side are shown by double lines.
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