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A Decent Bronze Censer of Ming Dynasty

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A Decent Bronze Censer of Ming Dynasty
Description: A small but well molded bronze censer was in decent elm bowl's shape. Made of fine quality of metal material, the bronze censer was in good weight of 238 gram when in a lovely size of 5.0 cm in width and 3.2cm in height. Hollowed inside with good curve as the outside, the bronze bowl which in a plain form was an ideal censer to either hold in hands feeling the warmth, sniffing the aroma of the fine burning incense or just being as a paper weight fondling in your palms. Preserved with fine old patina, the bronze censer can be a sought-after piece the connoisseurs will not spare. Date: Ming to Early Qing period (16th-17th century)


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