Circa 1931 - 1934 this is pattern #1645 better known as the September Morn Nymph flower frog with a female nude figurine in jade that fits securely into the Jade flower frog base that is used to display flowers. This set was normally used in a centerpiece bowl to raise, secure and display a flower arrangement. The nymph is 6-1/2" (H) outside the frog base and 7-1/4" (H) in it. The round frog base is 2-5/8" (W). These pieces were difficult to produce and notably have imperfections in the making, but no chips, cracks or repairs.
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