Jade: pendant

One rectangular translucent white jade pendant. Obverse and reverse present engraved continuous wave pattern. Carved ornamentation of upper extremity is laterally inverted mirror repetition of that at lower extremity. Likely Hetian jade from Xinjiang

Production place
Provenance details
Carried to New Zealand in 1957 by George Jackson of Auckland, and from Auckland to Christchurch by Jack Locke.
Dimensions (LxWxH): 6.3 x 3.1 x 0.3mm (1/4 x 1/8 x")
Named collection
Other Id
Catalogue number
Accession number

Part of 1 highlight set



Can you add to our information about this item? Click Add Comment to share your knowledge and help enrich our collection. Have a question about this item? Please email info@canterburymuseum.com.

Be the first to comment.

To order a copy of this image please contact Canterbury Museum images@canterburymuseum.com

Unless otherwise stated, or an author is acknowledged, Canterbury Museum holds copyright to all information on Collections Online. All efforts have been made to trace copyright holders. Please contact the Museum with any queries on this matter info@canterburymuseum.com

The information on this page was created from historic documentation and may not reflect the best available knowledge about the item. If you have information or questions about the objects on this website, please contact us. Images may be subject to copyright laws and are therefore not of reproduction quality.