This jade comb is made of local jade. It is brown. There are soil erosion pits and associated crystals over the surface. But it feels smooth.
The jade comb is in the form of a winged insect. The wings are folded and the abdomen is jagged. It is supposed to be used as a comb. There is a round hole in the neck that can be used as a decorative object.
The jade comb is eroded, but is still transparent and has a jade texture through the light. It has mottled soil erosion marks on the surface like orange peel, with accompanying crystals attached. It is a specimen for studying the soil erosion of ancient jade objects.