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Ming Tripod Celadon Censer

Ming 16th century tripod incense burner with old hardwood stand made at the kilns at Longquan
The censer was used to hold stand into which incense or joss sticks were placed.
The celadon body is incised with a lattice or trellis patter.
The three feet come down to form Taotie mask heads a design common in the Ming and early Qing dynasty and one that is often found on Temples in the far east.
The hard wood stand is well carved as a lotus head and to the centre with two crane heads. the stand was made for the censer
Excellent
Item Number 6206

£2250.00

Material Celadon Stoneware
Age c. 1550
Dimensions Diameter 26.00 cm  (10.24 inches)