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A Chinese Ceremonial Jade Axe, Late Neolithic Period, ca. 2070- 1600 BCE
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possibly representing a stylized bird, a small second drill hole provides the eye of the bird, while a spiraled notch defines the beak on the blade, wave-form flanges behind, the stone of translucent celadon coloration with swaths of partially calcified brown.
Condition: A few minor nicks to the main hole otherwise intact and in excellent condition overall. On museum-quality custom mount.
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