A JADE BLADE, NEOLITHIC PERIOD  ️More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest♓️

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Chinese Liangzhu Jade Axe Pendant

Chinese Liangzhu Jade Axe Pendant

weapon | sotheby's n09116lot789ggen

weapon | sotheby's n09116lot789ggen

Ornament with face and masks ca. 2000-1700 B.C.E. Shijiahe culture石家河文化 , (Chinese, ca. 2500 -ca. 2000 B.C.E.) Late Neolithic period Jade (nephrite) H: 7.2 W: 3.2 D: 0.5 cm Middle Yangzi valley, China

Ornament with face and masks ca. 2000-1700 B.C.E. Shijiahe culture石家河文化 , (Chinese, ca. 2500 -ca. 2000 B.C.E.) Late Neolithic period Jade (nephrite) H: 7.2 W: 3.2 D: 0.5 cm Middle Yangzi valley, China

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Chinoiserie,Jade,Chinese

这是玉璋

这是玉璋

Jade. Late Neolithic period, early Bronze Age, c.2100-1900 BC <br> ??? - ?????, ???21??-?19?? <br> ? 8,3 ??; ? 5,4 ?? <br>  <br> The most striking feature of this roughly rectangular shaped jade axe is the multicoloured type of jade out of which the object has been carved. One portion of the blade is in fact of a yellowish, opaque colour which contrasts pleasantly with the snow-white hue on the sides of the axe. The white areas are also crossed by numerous, short black veins generated by the…

Jade. Late Neolithic period, early Bronze Age, c.2100-1900 BC <br> ??? - ?????, ???21??-?19?? <br> ? 8,3 ??; ? 5,4 ?? <br> <br> The most striking feature of this roughly rectangular shaped jade axe is the multicoloured type of jade out of which the object has been carved. One portion of the blade is in fact of a yellowish, opaque colour which contrasts pleasantly with the snow-white hue on the sides of the axe. The white areas are also crossed by numerous, short black veins generated by the…

Hongshan culture (4700 to 3000 BCE) blossomed in what is now the Liaoning Province of the North East China and the eastern areas of Inner Mongolia. These artifacts are made of jade ( whose hardness on the Mohs scale is 7.00-similar to quartz, superior to pocketknife- 5.1;  knife blades or window glass plates- 5.5 and close to hardened steel-7.5-8.00!!!)

Hongshan culture (4700 to 3000 BCE) blossomed in what is now the Liaoning Province of the North East China and the eastern areas of Inner Mongolia. These artifacts are made of jade ( whose hardness on the Mohs scale is 7.00-similar to quartz, superior to pocketknife- 5.1; knife blades or window glass plates- 5.5 and close to hardened steel-7.5-8.00!!!)

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