Price

£4500.00

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Chinese Transitional Blue and White Porcelain Censer.

17th Century Chinese porcelain blue and white censer made during the middle part of the transitional period at the kilns at Jingdezhen during the reign of the first Qing Emperor, Shunzhi circa 1650.

The censer is of a compressed form with a low rounded body and three small bun feet for stability.

The painting to the main body shows four officials in a fenced garden of prunus, pine and plantain with attendants. To the back ground are mountains and rocks.

Censers were filled with sand or a dry loam and then used for jos sticks to be placed in them. The censer is painted with great detail and with good colour potting is skilled.

The piece was purchased for a private collection from Christies in London 12th November 1998 lot 433. The private collection was formed between 1970 - 2003. Excellent quality 

Dimensions

26.6cm diameter 10cm tall

Price

£4500.00

Condition report

Excellent Condition

Stock number

6331

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