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An extremely RARE Yueyao Tripod Censer from Jin Dynasty, 3-4th Century

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre AD 1000: Item # 1354322

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A rare green-glazed dragon-handled porcelaneous tripod vessel (Jiaodou) from the Yueyao kilns, eastern Jin dynasty. The head of the dragon is carved very expressively This is an extremely rare censer form that probably derives originally from a bronze shape; more examples have been found in bronze than in ceramics. The Yueyao kilns were the first in China to develop a porcellaneous body and glaze. The glaze on this example is typical of Yue production in the Jin period, a beautifully soft greyish shade of green, evoking earthy tones. Condition: Good; fine hairline crack to the exterior lower body - it does not extend through to the interior. Size: dia: 11.3 cm, h: 10.2 cm