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One small ornamental table screen in form of jade tablet, featuring finely (carved) inscribed script (obverse) and dragon design (reverse). Commemorates first woman who had silk worms in China by discovering use of mulberry leaves. Obverse: <br /> 御題蠶織圖 (The Emperor’s Inscription to Pictures of Silkworm Weaving).</p>
One dark brown tablet holder roughly assembled from several carved wood components. Exhibits simple ruyi patterning and scroll work.
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China/Eastern Asia/Asia
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