Six dynasties (220-589a.d.) 

White jade - Vicuna

Weight: 2890 g

Length: 10.9 cm

Height: 20 cm

Width: 8.8 cm

The slightly whitish jade carries ooze-color. The surface of vicuna bears decayed holes and the vicuna neck holds condition of white specks. Below the vicuna is a rectangular form, which has dense decorations of beast design overall except the flat bottom. On top of the rectangular form is a crouching vicuna, which is slightly facing to the side.  The carving skill contains the features in Han dynasty (206B.C.-220A.D.), which possesses simplicity, power, smoothness and lubricity. 

Han dynasty  (206B.C.-220A.D.)

  Bluish white jade V Kneeling beast-faced man

Weight: 560 g

Length: 7.6 cm

Height: 11.8 cm

Width: 5 cm

The moist bluish white jade appears mistiness and calcification internally. The beast-faced man who is holding a container in hand presents round and spirited eyes with intaglio double-line elbows by round carving skill. This jade belongs to mortuary object of celestial beast.  This long historical fine work with sophisticated skills is the imitation of Shang (1600-1066 B.C.) and Zhou (1066-221B.C.) dynasties, the former dynasties of Han dynasty. 



Han dynasty  (206B.C.-220A.D.)

  White jade V Bear

Weight: 2820 g

Length: 17.5 cm

Height: 14 cm

Width: 11 cm

The blackish ooze-color spreads all over the body about 80 to 90 percents. The round carving skill performs a lively and muscular bear with features of side heading, open mouth, hollow eyes, protruding eyeballs, and obvious claws. This jade was better polished, so presents sleek mildness.

Han dynasty (206B.C.-220A.D.)

Bluish white jade V celestial goat

Weight: 970 g

Length: 8 cm

Height: 12.5 cm

Width: 6 cm

Bluish white jade carried ooze-color and white specks.  The squatting celestial goat has features of close mouth, intaglio lip, twisted horns, and two ears. Cubic serration was carved on the back, and cubic bell was carved round the neck. This jade was carved with double lines of intaglio carving to present tiny hook in the ending lines by delicate skills, such as gossamer and low relief carving skills. 

Han dynasty (206B.C.-220A.D.)

White jade - Dog

Weight: 1750 g

Length: 16 cm

Height: 7.5 cm

Width: 10 cm

The excavated white jade contains abundant blackish ooze-color naturally, and partial threadlike crackles with few furry veins. The round carving performs a crouching dog that is heading back and has features of ease face, curly tail upward, and realistic caring.  The jade is beautified by the standard carving skill in Han dynasty, and performs lively texture naturally. 


Han dynasty (206B.C.-220A.D.)

Bluish white jade V Candle holder of Chi dragon

Weight: 995 g

Length: 19.3 cm

Height: 21 cm

Width: 4 cm

The bluish white jade appears partial ooze-color of cassia yellow and white specks internally. There are Chi dragons of mother and son by round carving skill. Mother Chi dragon is crouching and has features of peaking head, round belly, and forward-looking eyes. The small Chi dragon is standing on the back of mother dragon and looking backward. On the dragon back, there are three oval candle holders which have round holes in the center of platform. The piece is simple and clean by carving skills of gossamer carving and openwork carving. 




Han dynasty (206B.C.-220A.D.)

  Bluish white jade V Dragon and phoenix

Weight: 7100 g

Length: 9 cm

Height: 32 cm

Width: 41.5 cm

The bluish white jade has white speck effect and partial red ooze-color. The round carving skill presents a phoenix among design of cumulus clouds and has features of forward-looking eye, open mouth, sagged lip, long wings, and intaglio neck. Beside the phoenix, there is a single-horn dragon which is looking backward. Three-D relief carving presents a small phoenix in the end of the gossamer carved wings. The whole jade is a fine work with ingenious design and rich layers. 

Han dynasty (206B.C.-220A.D.)

 Bluish white jade - Bird

Weight: 4015 g

Length: 12.7 cm

Height: 26 cm

Width: 9 cm

Bluish white jade is a mortuary object and contains soil ooze-color. There are furry veins and ooze-color of black, red, and copper appear all over the jade. The standing bird is carved by round carving skill and has traits of beak, round eyes, and delicate wings of orderly intaglio lines. Used handgrip shows regular boring mark. This jade is the imitation of Shang and Zhou dynasties (1600-221B.C).