QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY
The pair of vertical marble ‘dreamstone’ plaques are each mounted in a zitan frame which slots into a stand decorated on the front and back panels and aprons with a raised keyfret pattern. Each side of the screen suggests an abstract mountain landscape.
Inlaid dreamstone plaques have been popular since the Ming Dynasty and appreciated as naturalistic portrayals of landscape paintings.
清十八世紀 紫檀雲石插屏 一對