Collection of four white jade pendants Chinese, 18th Century mounted in a black and blue fitted box including a rectangular plaque pendant in the style of Lu Tzu-kang, carved in low relief with a garden scene with a gentleman and child attendant carrying a bird as they approach a house against a background go a pine tree reverse with four lines of calligraphy, all within an archaic style frame, 6.5cm x 4.8cm, a similar pendant with panels of a phoenix within a framework of archaic styled chi-dragons and an incense vessel partnered by a spray of flowers within a border ruyi fungus heads and archaic c shaped border, 6cm x 4.8cm, a pebble pendant pierced and carved as a phoenix standing beside a bamboo tree, 6.5cm x 3cm and a pierced and carved pendant formed as a fan shaped leaf with foliage and tendrils upon which a feline animal walks, 7cm x 4.5cm (4)
Condition: Natural flaws, discolouration and imperfections. Untested for treatments. The box is marked and stained in places. One has very small chips/rough area to the edge.