Price

£1800.00

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Ming celadon rare small celadon tri-pod censer made at Longquan towards the end of the 15th century,
The body is carved with concentric lines below a rounded everted rim.

Censers were used by filling with sand so jos sticks could be put in and lit so the need for stability
The censer for stability has three feet these are molded as Taotie masks a 'ferocious' looking head that can be found on South East Asia Temples 
Excellent colour and form
From the Wladimir Simon Semicesen collection (1906-1969) bought in the 1950s

Dimensions

15.3

Price

£1800.00

Condition report

Excellent

Stock number

6310

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