Beautiful piece of antique black jade from the Qing Dynasty (18th to 19th Century), ancient China that asks one to count his blessings.
Size (L*W*H): 4.7 cm * 2.9 cm * 0.33 cm
Meaning: On one side, there is a carving of a fish (or "Yu" in Chinese, also means "something left") and a lotus flower (or "Lian" in Chinese, also means "consecutive years"). This is the Chinese philosophy that one should be content as long as there is something left.
Condition: good condition, with an old chip as shown.
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