Jade Dragonfly Carving
Jade Dragonfly Carving Jade Dragonfly Carving
Jade Dragonfly Carving

Jade Dragonfly Carving

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    Look closely at this intricately carved jade figure to discern the dragonfly balance on a vine-covered branch. In eastern cultures, the dragonfly symbolizes a number of noble ideals. In Japan, the dragonfly is a seasonal symbol, representing summer and autumn, and is also symbolic of the courage and strength associated with the warrior class. It is also a symbol of happiness, a symbol shared by the Chinese, who also consider the dragonfly a symbol of good luck, harmony and prosperity. To find the dragonfly token on such a beautifully carved item, especially one crafted of luxurious jade, is truly auspicious.

    Circa 1850

    3” length
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    Period: 19th Century
    Origin:Asia
    Material:Jade
    Depth:1.0 Inches
    Length:3 Inches
    Width:3.0 Inches
    Height:1.5 Inches
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