The jade ornament with dragon and phoenix pattern was originally found on top of the deceased king's right eye. The face of the disc-shaped ornament is divided into two rings. The inner ring is pierced with a flying dragon. Sitting on top of the dragon's front claw, a phoenix with luxurious tail features covers the space of the outer ring. This piece of jade ornament is considered a gem of jade work of the Han period. Its design was chosen to Nanyue King Mausoleum Museum's emblem.