An Important Gold and Ivory Comb, Probably Tang Dynasty (618-907) 48,800.00$. 9cm wide. Decorated with fine filigree work on the both sides, inset with well polished malachite, the spine with small coral beads. Source: http://mossgreen.com.au/
Chinese eight immortals comb: Impressive ivory comb featuring the eight Chinese Gods from Dao Temple (tao - taoism). The eight immortals are crossing the sea. They separately represent male, female, the old, the young, the rich, the noble, the poor, and the humble Chinese.
China | Pale Celadon jade hairpin; carved with a tapering reticulated panel depicting figures amidst scrolling lotus flowers, the tassel formed from pearls, red and coral-coloured beads, a small jade butterfly, and a small jade plaque carved with a two character mark which reads tian fu, 20.5cm | Late Qing Dynasty | 1'000£ ~ sold (May '15)