Two figures carved in ivory, one seated and holding a staff, the other standing with her breasts exposed, representing Cui She suckling her mother-in-law. Traces of colour. On a wooden base.

An00030349 001 l

Thing

Made Of
ivory
Type of Thing
figure
Techniques
carved

People

Acquired From
Sloane, Hans to The British Museum
Depicted
Cui She

Place

Found In
China
In Gallery
G1/fc19i, 03 Jun 2003

Time

Acquired In
1753
Made
1601-1750, circa
Period/Culture
Qing dynasty

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