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Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty


Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty
Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty

Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty    Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty

Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fou Dog, Late Qing Dynasty. Height: 88 mm = 8.8 cm = 3.5 inches. Length: 145 mm = 14.5 cm = 5.75 inches. Weight: 568 g = 1 lb.

Provenance: Private collection of American Doctor, MD. Appraisal by Gem Era, Fine Gemstones, November 24, 1979. Chinese temple lion or Fu Dog. Dog has one foot on large ball of banded agate, showing colors of gray white and black.

A RARE PALE AGATE'LUDUAN' INCENSE BURNER AND COVER. Estimate 300,000 500,000 HKD. The item "Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty" is in sale since Saturday, February 15, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Other Chinese Antiques". The seller is "ukr10" and is located in Clearwater Beach, Florida.

This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. Region of Origin: China
  2. Age: 1850-1899
  3. Primary Material: Agate
  4. Original/Reproduction: Antique Original


Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty    Exceptional Chinese carved agate temple Fu Dog, Late Qing Dynasty