Description: A beautiful Qingbai incense burner was mold in a stylized shape.
By an everted foot and with hollowed –out cloud patterns being decorated, the box was intriguingly covered by a reticulated cover.
It was obviously an porcelain copy from a metal prototype-which was commonly seen from the heritage of Tang dynasty when the Persia culture were affluent.
It was in perfect condition only with some incursions along the rims.
And the excavation earth was preserved for verification.
Some similar pieces in superior or inferior types were registered in the documentation.
Date: Southern Song Dynasty, 12th century.