The beads are made of glas and jade. The rotting box for storing the necklace is also included.Ove Christian had an exciting diplomatic career and was posted 1910-18 in Oslo, 1918-24 in San Francisco, 1924-28 Melbourne and then finally Shanghai 1928-35. Unfortunately he died of pneumonia one week after returning to Copenhagen in 1935. His wife, Ruth moved in to a house in Vedbaek, where the objects have been ever since. This also includes to carefully look at all pictures. Please contact me if you require any additional information or more pictures. The judgement of the condition and age of the object is based on our personal opinion and experience. If you have a different opinion, we are happy to discuss with you.
The item is posted from Sweden, please inform us in advance if your country/location has any specific requirements or charges applicable. If you find that the object is different from what we have described in the condition report of the object or showed in the pictures, you have the rights to return the object to me. Take a picture of the box that shows any external damage to the box. After opening the box, take a picture on how the object is packed in the box.Take high definition pictures of the object that shows the condition. You need to inform Nordic Antiques Sweden immediately after you received the package. Our responsibility ends when the object has been packed safe and carefully and handed over to the post office in Sweden. Any difference in the condition of the object will be compared and judged by us. The item "Antique Chinese Mandarin Court Necklace, late Qing Dynasty" is in sale since Monday, April 13, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Necklaces & Pendants". The seller is "nordic_antiques" and is located in Skövde. This item can be shipped worldwide.