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Lot 337: A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long. ? ??????? Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

14 November 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long.   ? ???????   Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long.   ? ???????   Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long.   ? ???????   Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long.   ? ???????   Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long.   ? ???????   Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long.   ? ???????   Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long.   ? ???????   Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.
   
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Description: A CHINESE CARVED IVORY HAIRPIN. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The long, curved and bifurcated pins with flattened heart-shaped ends, the body of the pin delicately carved in high relief with figures and children against a rocky outcrop and below pine branches, 32cm long. ? ??????? Literature: For further examples of delicately carved hairpins see Exhibition of Ch’ing Dynasty Costume Accessories, pp 175 and 217.

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