INCLUDING THE PHOTO FOR THE PURPOSE OF SHOWING YOU THE OTHER ONE LISTED. WOW - WHAT AN AMAZING FIND!
Circa Qing Dynasty, Late 18th/ early 19th Century CHINESE Jade Gilded Bronze Belt Buckle. Featuring large and luscious Celadon Jade stones. The fine and highly polished jade stones are thick and chunky pieces set in gilded bronze decorated with highly desirable bat design. When an adornment incorporates a bat design, it is said to be a wish for blessings and happiness.
Chinese robes had no pockets and belts (Chao Dai), created of tightly woven silk, were worn closely belted over the robe. The quality of the Buckle would indicate the status of the wearer and the jade plaques reflected high social standing. The belt would have a range of items hung from it such as fan cases, fragrance purses and tobacco or snuff bottle pouches. SEE MY OTHER LISTINGS FOR ANOTHER CHINESE QING DYNASTY BELT BUCKLE See last photo here for a. 3.75 L x 2 W (at center); and 1.50 W (at ends).
Center 1 5/8 W x 1 1/2 H. Ends 1 H x 1/2 W. 105.6 grams total weight. Gorgeous condition, no cracks or chips to Jade. (see photos for best description).
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_gsrx_vers_841 GS 7.0.16 (841). The item "Antique Late 19c Chinese Celadon Jade Gilt Bronze Qing Dynasty BELT BUCKLE" is in sale since Sunday, June 30, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "thedealhuntress" and is located in PLANTATION. This item can be shipped worldwide.