FMNH 235936.E

  • 235936: pattern on stem of  Green Jade

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    Description: pattern on stem of Green Jade jar and cover. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: mid-section of  Green Jade jar

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    Description: mid-section of Green Jade jar and cover. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: top view Green Jade jar and

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: top view Green Jade jar and cover. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: [inscription on neck of] that

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    Description: [inscription on neck of] that loosely translates into Ch'ien Lung's name and the year the jar was presented. green jade jar.
  • 235936: Wood and silver wire stand or

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Wood and silver wire stand or base for jade jar. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: Cover of Green Jade jar

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Cover of Green Jade jar. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: Green Jade jar and cover

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Green Jade jar and cover. Wood and silver wire stand or base. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: Green Jade jar and cover

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Green Jade jar and cover. Wood and silver wire stand or base. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: Green Jade jar and cover

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Green Jade jar and cover. Wood and silver wire stand or base. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: Green Jade jar and cover

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Green Jade jar and cover. Wood and silver wire stand or base. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: Green Jade jar and cover
    Photographer: M. Tropea
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Green Jade jar and cover. Wood and silver wire stand or base. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
  • 235936: Green Jade jar and cover

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Green Jade jar and cover. Wood and silver wire stand or base. Made for Emperor Ch'ien Lung late 18th century. This 281 pound jar was known as one of the Eight Extraordinarily Large Pieces and placed in the Imperial Palace in Peking
Catalog Number: 235936.E
Description: cover
Materials: stone; jade, wood, metal; silver wire
Cultural Attribution: Han Chinese
Locality: Asia, China
Accession Number: [2530] Bensabott, Mr. and Mrs. Julius J. (Gift)
Accession Year: 1955
Continent: Asia
Country: China
Collector/Source: Bensabott, Mr. and Mrs. Julius J., R. Bensabott
IRN: 1389618
GUID: 2d8059e4-a79f-4d34-be3b-6b3fe897eb51