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Rare Chinese Jade Pi Bead 1890's Victorian Loose Gemstone Emerald Green Jadeite Handmade Vintage SBJC

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This is an incredible and beautiful rare miniature Jade Pi bead. This was made in the late 1800's during the victorian Era possibly for a child. This is a really rare old piece of history. It is a piece that comes from a collector that is liquidating his estate.

Transparent Jade
natural
untreated
handmade
hand carved
size - 14mm x 1.5mm
weight - 2.960 carats


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    Item as described & arrived very quickly. Thank you.
    Jan 22, 2018 by Sherman Lo

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