Huang Jun (1888–1944), Beijing 
From at least 1934 to 1935
C.T. Loo & Company, New York from at least December 1, 1934 
Freer Gallery of Art, purchased from C. T. Loo & Company, New York on February 2, 1935 
 Huang Jun, Guyu tulu chuji vol. 1, Beijing: Zunguzhai, 1939, pp. 6a b (ill.). The inscribed box cover published on p. 6b states that the jade had been acquired recently by Baichuan (a sobriquet for Huang Jun); the text was written by Yuan Lizhun (1877–1935).
 See "List of objects owned by C. T. Loo, New York and [left by him] at the Gallery for examination on December 1, 1934"; copy in object file.
 See C. T. Loo's invoice dated February 2, 1935; copy in object file.
- Previous Owner(s)
C.T. Loo & Company active 1908-1950
Huang Jun 1888-1944
Ceremonial implement; one complete perforation and a partial perforation on each side; color: deep cream and soft light brown, with a few streaks of darker brown.
Acquired with a box, whose cover was inscribed by Yuan Lizhun 袁勵準 (1877–1935).
- Published References
- Huang Jun Preface written by Fu Zengxiang. Guyu tulu chuji (Illustrated Catalogue of Ancient Jades). vol. 1, Beijing, 1939. p. 6a-b.
- Chang Wen-chi. Chung-kuo yu ch'i li tai shih. Hong Kong, 1978. p. 87.
- Benjamin Rowland, Laurence Sickman, H. G. Henderson, Robert Treat Paine, Richard Ettinghausen, Eric Schroeder. The University Prints. Oriental Art Series O 4 vols. Newton, Massachusetts, 1938-1941. Section 2: Early Chinese Art, pl. 107.
- Yin-hsu Fu-Fao mu. Beijing, 1980. pl. 20.
- Collection Area(s)
- Chinese Art
- Rights Statement
Copyright with museum