Carved with green jadeite, Qing Dynasty object is an open work carving with the shape of sea shell composed with four planes. With mastery workmanship, the motif of this stand consists of lucky symbols of dragon, yu-i and peach in addition to the special meaning of sea shell in Buddhism symbol which is used for preaching Buddhist doctrine. This jadeite stand is really a rare masterpiece.
Carved with jadeite, the object has oval shape. The motifs on both sides are different. One one side, a deer coaching on the rock with the head looking backward had relax mood. Above the deer, there are banana leaves to convey the meaning of successful career, a bat to convey the meaning of good luck, a flower to convey the meaning of thriving business. On the other side, a phoenix standing on a maple tree is carved to carry the meaning of auspice. The lower part is seen a bridge crossing rocks from both ends to carry the meaning of all the difficulties will be solved. The workmanship of this piece is extraordinary fine. The carving style is relief by lowering the ground level.
Carved with top quality jadeite, the Qing Dynasty knife has dragon motif as the handle. On the back if blade, a cling dragon playing pearl is seen. Antiquity evidences include differential weathering and exposed crystal planes.