Pale cream ivory open-work ball of dragons amidst clouds on a screw-sectioned carved stand.
On the stand there are two figures standing beneath a pine tree and a dragon surrounding a pearl to the centre above figures in a grotto.
Figurine of Shoulao, the Daoist god of longevity, carved from yellow ivory. Shoulao is depicted as a bald-headed elderly man with a high forehead and a lined brow. He wears long flowing robes tied at the waist. In his right hand Shoulao holds a staff with a twisted, tapering shaft.
This ivory comb is a maple and dark brown in patches with a few white flecks. It has a caribou standing on the top which is missing its antlers; its head is bowed and shoulder blades characteristically prominent.
This dark and pale brown seal has a mottled surface with matt, as well as glossy areas. There are rectangular sections, with holes at their centers, either side of the body which has been cut out, perhaps in order to fit a larger piece.