Antique Polish Baroque (17th-18th century Poland) bronze church hanging incense burner censer-thurible. The censer thurible is of baluster form with a pierced domed top and surmounted by a patriarchal cross with a double cross-bar. It is made of several elements: a domed top, bowl, a round conical base, and are cast separately and turned from a solid piece of bronze. The round conical base is fastened to the bowl by the handmade bronze screw from the antique's period time. The domed top is hand ...
Antique Chinese or Japanese square ding lidded bronze censer with mythical beast and chilong dragons. Beautiful casted details of Mythical beast standing in a playful manner atop the lid, two pairs of chilong dragons forming the 4 feet of the censer and sprawling across the body of the censer. There are two large handles. All is set or cast together with the square base, the bottom of censer is inscribed in Chinese. Bronze colour is beautiful and shows age.
Antique Chinese bronze foreigner censer with Ming Xuande mark. Two foreigners dressed in sash and loose fitting robes and pants on each side and 'carrying' the rectangular censer above ground. The rectangular censer is connected to the figures near the waists, they are also holding rings that some are connected to the censer, some are close to it. Their faces are casted with smiling expression and with beard and curly hair. Ming Xuande mark to the base of the censer.
A small Japanese mimikuchi shaped vase, with spiral design, used to hold the burn incense sticks. The burner is about 3 7/8" tall x 4" in diameter and dates to the turn of the Century. The condition is excellent/perfect, and it has been polished. The asking price includes shipping within the USA.
This tripod censer is raised on three animal-masked feet that support its large, rounded body. The rim is decorated with a key fret design, and the body has ten lappets composed of stylized mask and key fret designs all in low relief. It retains its original brown patina overall with a deep greenish gray interior from use. Good condition.
Diameter: 12 in., Height: 8 ½ in.
A Chinese Bronze Censer, Qing Dynasty. Diameter approximately 11.2 cm (across handles), height approximately 4.5 cm (without the stand) 6.7 cm (with the stand). The censer has few tiny dents. Good condition.
Small Antique Chinese teadust glaze porcelain censer with Qianlong impressed mark. The teadust glaze is green with tiny yellow specs and there is dark brown glaze at the rim of the censer. A Qianlong impressed mark in dark brown glaze on the bottom of the censer.
Age: 18th/19th Century, maybe of Qianlong Period
Condition: Very good antique condition
Approximate Size: 7cm Width x 5cm Height
A thick-walled censer, shaped like an urn with “Heaven soaring” handles, standing on a three legged base. Both censer and base have been polished in the past but are now achieving a decent patina. The censer fits the base perfectly. The base has an interesting mark. 19th century.
Approximately 19 cm diameter, 22 cm high (on stand). In good condition overall with only some signs of use on the belly of the censer to report. The censer and stand weigh 4.3 kg.
A Chinese Bronze Censer, Qing Dynasty. Diameter approximately 7.1 cm (across handles) and height approximately 8.8 cm (bottom to rim). Good condition.
A Chinese Bronze Censer, Qing Dynasty. Weight approximately 790 gram. Diameter approximately 18 cm (across handles) and height approximately 7 cm. Gold splashes have been added. Good condition.
A Chinese Bronze Censer, Qing Dynasty. Weight approximately 660 gram, diameter 12.4 cm (across handles) and height approximately 5.8 cm. It has few soft scratches and a soft tiny dent. In good condition.
Figurine of Lhoan. Excellent Quality. Made as a incense burner, where smoke will come out from his ears. Hade of stonewware, No restoration or damage. Height 37 cm = 14.5 inch
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Blance de Chine incense burner on a spreading foot with thick foot-ring,swelling and narrowing body, everted rim and two nicely shaped handles. Covered outside and the upper part of the inside with an ivory-white glaze. Condition: Perfect condition. Measurement diameter 10.4 cm = 4.1 in (inclusive handles 14.5 cm = 5.7 in)
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A Chinese Bronze Censer figure of buffalo and the figurine, Qing Dynasty. The figure of buffalo length approximately 12.6 cm and height approximately 7 cm. There's an old repaired at the one of buffalo horn. Decorated silver wire inlaid. The figurine height approximately 7.8 cm. Decorated silver wire inlaid. The figurine has few cracks around 1 cm (2 parts) and few small chips at the bottom.
Antique 17th century (circa 1650-1680) Japanese Arita porcelain ewer of oval form with a waisted neck and loop handles, painted in underglaze-blue with panels of peonies reserved on karakusa, the neck is with stylized peonies.
The top of the handle has two holes whilst one is pierced and the other is not; the holes were made prior to the firing process of the porcelain at the request of European merchants importing Japanese porcelain for European markets because many of these types of ewer w...
Antique Large Chinese Yuan or Ming Dynasty Longquan Censer. The exterior of the censer is carved with florets within geometric patterns. Beautiful celadon glaze with crackles suffused with bubbles at areas. The tapering cylindrical body raised on three legs.
Age: Yuan or Ming Dynasty
Condition: One leg has chips exposing the grey coloured pottery/porcelain. Crackle throughout. Centre of censer has Y shaped crack and filled in. Old dirt ...
A finely cast bamboo shaped vase with applied bamboo leaf branch decoration. This item was made in China for the scholar's table in the 17th Century.
Condition: Generally very good but the vase has been recently polished and there is an old loss - the leaves and tip of the top left branch are missing.
15cm (6inches) high; base - 3.5cm (1.4inches) diameter
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A fine and very rare bat-shaped porcelain censer with what are apparently bat head feet. We believe that there would originally have been a wood cover secured into the two outer holes and that the incense smoke would have escaped through the three central holes.
This item was made in China for the domestic market as a temple or home alter piece in the early 18th Century, probably during the reign of the Kangxi emperor (1662-1722).
Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration.