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Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories

Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories
Snuff bottle
Chinese
1723-1735
98.49.261
Bracelet
Chinese
1672-1722
37.23.1
Bracelet
Chinese
1672-1722
37.23.2
Belt hook
Chinese
4th–3rd century BCE
52.55
String of round beads
Chinese
8th Century
53.38
Snuff bottle as kneeling Dutchman
Chinese
18th century
33.1134
Snuff bottle as an ox
Chinese
18th - 19th century
33.122
Snuff bottle as melon with squirrel and spider
Chinese
18th - 19th century
33.948
Snuff bottle as seated woman
Chinese
1821-50
33.975
Snuff bottle with monkey holding a peach
Chinese
late 18th to 19th century
96.39.6
Snuff bottle with Liu Hai and toad
Chinese
late 18th to 19th century
96.39.13
Snuff Bottle
Chinese
1780-1850
96.39.17
Snuff bottle with carved centipede
Chinese
late 18th to early 19th century
96.39.20
Snuff bottle as crouching rabbit
Chinese
1750–1850
96.39.47
Snuff bottle
Chinese
1736 - 95
33.117
Snuff bottle
Chinese
1736-95
98.49.324
Seal pendant: Qilin
Chinese
1735-1796
33.1271
Opium pipe
Chinese
19th century
57.121
Snuff bottle
Chinese
98.49.197
Box
Chinese
17th - 18th century
33.565
Opium Pipe
Chinese
19th century
33.286
Snuff bottle
Chinese
late 18th-19th century
98.49.2
Snuff bottle
Chinese
early 18th century
98.49.3
Snuff bottle
Chinese
late 18th century
98.49.7
Snuff bottle
Chinese
late 19th century
98.49.8
Snuff bottle
Chinese
early 18th century
98.49.9
Snuff bottle
Chinese
18th - 19th century
33.1002
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