9 objects
S1987.839

Pendant in the form of a tiger

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1987.839
<p>A pale green jade stalking tiger, with brown and cream markings. Reported to have been excavated at Anyang. (Slight dirt adhering; excellent condition.) This flat jade plaque represents an animal with only two feet, mushroom-shaped horns, fanged mouth, and a tail. Incised lines articulate the large eye and echo the contours of the horn. Pairs &#8230;</p>
S2012.9.1473

Slide

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2012.9.1473
S1987.705

Pendant in the form of a tiger

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1987.705
<p>Pendant, profile animal; long tail raised to loop; few carved details; pierced; opaque tans. (Calcified; brown substance on surface; deposits of cinnabar.)</p>
S1987.553

Pendant in the form of a tiger

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1987.553
<p>Pendant; crouching animal; looped tail; pierced jaw; translucent gray with brown stains. (Some calcification; flaw-cracks, old nicks, chips; deposits.)</p>
S2012.9.800

Carving

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2012.9.800
F1916.245

Ornament

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1916.245
<p>Ornament; thick, irregular slab in tiger form, with tail coiled into spiral under body; perforation in mouth, on spine and in fore paws bend under body; mottled gray and shades of dull brown; decoration: incised, archaistic features and designs on body.</p>