A Ge-Glazed Censer of Qing Dynasty
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Directory: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1837 VR: item # 679815
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|Description: A Ge-typed porcelaneous censer was in tripod cylindrical shape. With beautiful crackle glaze, the censer expressed an elegant literati taste by its simple form. Kiln firing red was developed obviously between the glaze and body clay when numerous bubbles squeezing together all over the surface under the pale-blue tint. It was believed as an excavation piece. The inner side on the wall was left with marks of spreading roots. Date: Mid-Qing period(18th century), Width: 8.2cm, Height: 6.9cm, Condition: Perfect.|