A small incense burner in tripod shape made of hammered silver and decorated w. the bagua (the eight Yijing trigrams) on the upper part of the body. Two raised handles on the shoulder. Middle of the body in front with a stylized flower pattern. In the bottom two silver marks. Late Qing, c. 1900. H 7 cm. Condition: Very good.
A dynamic incense burner (xianglu) made of bronze with dark patina in the form of a qilin which turns its head. Powerful piece well well-defined details. Made around 1700-1750. H 27 cm, L 15 cm. Condition: wear due to age and handling, otherwise good.
A very nice, small but well cast coppery bronze incense burner standing on 3 legs. The side "handles" in shape of lion masks and legs are parcel gilt. Incise Buddhist patterns. Sino-Tibetan or Sino-Mongolian, 18/19th cent. H. 9,5 cm x D. 12 cm. Good Condition with just minor wear.
Ritual bell of cast iron with inscription in raised relief. The inscription indicates that it was made for the Temple of the Dragon King in Beijing in the 46th year of the Qianlong reign period, i.e. 1782. Qing, late 18th cent. H 16 cm, D 20 cm. Minor corrosion but otherwise in fair condition and with a very good sound.