Seated rabbit


Not on view

Rock-crystal carving gained unprecedented popularity at the Qing imperial court, when an abundant supply of material and staunch patronage brought about a flourishing decorative arts industry. This lively rabbit exemplifies the keen observation and accomplished skills of a master nineteenth-century carver.

Seated rabbit, Crystal, China

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