One snuff bottle is painted to both sides with butterflies in flight above flowers. One side is signed with the artist's name and a seal. The second bottle is decorated with a scene of an eagle and bear amongst rocks, representing the homonym for hero, yingxiong and is dated and inscribed with the artist's name and one seal.
The largest, 2.5/8 in. (6.6 cm.) high

Christopher Randall, Masterpieces of miniature art: Zihu Studio the K.H. Yoe collection of Chinese snuff bottles, Hong Kong, 2009, no. 121 and 131.
Christopher Randall Collection.
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