A set of two flat pieces elegantly and delicately carved, of a dragon with the scrolling tail; and a phoenix of a long pointy tail with rope-life effect. They were made from a faintly translucent yellow andbrown jade, accompanied with a cushioned box. Dragon: W:10.2cm; Bird: W:8.2cm Sotheby's Parke Bernet, c1970. Provenance: Prominent Canadian family collection of British descent items acquired c1950-1975. FurtherProvenance: Estate of the late Harry Geoffrey Beasley (1881-1939) a British anthropologist and curator of Cranmore Ethnographical Museum.