Pair Chinese carved soapstone lohan figures depicting Guan-Yin and an immortal (each 12"H), together with a figural group including pair of lions flanking a sphere-like jar with pierced sides and a foo dog cover (8"H). All on integral carved contrasting stone bases. Together with a Carved Chinese pale green hardstone lidded censer, possibly jade, on tripod footed base with figural mask and ring handles, 6"H x 7" W x 4"D. Chinese, circa 1900. Provenance: Estate of Mary Johnson, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: Scattered minor wear and minute losses; overall very good condition.
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