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TWO BRONZE CENSERS AND A BRONZE VASE, CHINA, 18TH-19TH CENTURY, APOCRYPHAL XUANDE MARKS (3)
A censer with two chilongs as handle along the mouth rim, the other with a dragon on the top of the cover and two as handle and six lion heads on the body censer, the jar with a Chinese character in low relief encircled on a geometric figure of a lozenge and with on top a seated figure. In very good conditions only few nicks very minute knocks on the surface
11,2 cm high, 11 cm wide
Estimate € 200 - 500
Provenance: private property of a northern Italian gentleman