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Japanese bronze censer, late Edo/Meiji period, with a bird and dragon on the cover, central section of the body decorated with Japanese warblers perched on plum blossom branches, lower portion depicts pierced work with peonies, overall: 20"h x 7"dia

Japanese bronze censer, late Edo/Meiji period, with a bird and dragon on the…

Fuchi-kashira with design of birds and waves  Japanese, Edo period, early to mid-19th century  By Yoshioka Shigetsugu, Japanese, 1569–1653  School Yoshioka School, Japanese, Main material: shibuichi; other metals: gold; decorative technique: takabori, zogan, MFA

virtual-artifacts: “ Fuchi-kashira with design of birds and waves Japanese Edo period early to century Yoshioka Shigetsugu (Japanese, Japanese), Yoshioka School ”

beautiful incense burner from the tomb of Prince Liu Sheng, Mancheng, Hebei. Its from the Han Dynasty (113 BC)

beautiful incense burner from the tomb of Prince Liu Sheng, Mancheng, Hebei. Its from the Han Dynasty BC)

MASSIVE ANTIQUE BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER Massive and antique, Chinese archaistic bronze tripod censer; of compressed bulbous form set on three paw feet issuing from lion heads: the body with shaped panels of intertwined chilong reserved on diaper pattern grounds, with two upright handles of matching motif; the domed cover with two openwork panels of lotus motif and surmounted with tall lion finial; 18th/19th Century; H: 21 1/2"; wood stand

virtual-artifacts: “Massive and antique, Chinese archaistic bronze tripod censer; of compressed bulbous form set on three paw feet issuing from lion heads: the body with shaped panels of intertwined.

铜鎏金释迦佛造像,北魏太和十七年(493年),高11.8cm,北京故宮博物院藏。

铜鎏金释迦佛造像,北魏太和十七年(493年),高11.8cm,北京故宮博物院藏。

A BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER AND COVER - JAPAN, EDO PERIOD, DATED 1792

A BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER AND COVER - JAPAN, EDO PERIOD, DATED 1792

A most outstanding large Japanese bronze temple Koro, having superb all over decoration, with central panel of embossed dragon and phoenix mounted with a dragon to the top. Meiji period. Height 64 cm

A most outstanding large Japanese bronze temple Koro, having superb all over decoration, with central panel of embossed dragon and phoenix mounted with a dragon to the top.

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