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Lot 265: A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter. Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980. ? ????

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

November 14, 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter.    Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980.   ? ????
  • A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter.    Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980.   ? ????
  • A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter.    Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980.   ? ????
  • A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter.    Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980.   ? ????
  • A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter.    Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980.   ? ????
  • A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter.    Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980.   ? ????
  • A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER.   Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.   The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter.    Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980.   ? ????
   
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Description: A CHINESE MINIATURE GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER. Qing Dynasty, 18th Century. The globular body supported on three fat short feet, with two elephant head handles, freely decorated with gold splash, Xuande nianzhi mark to the base, 5cm H, 4cm diameter. Provenance: Acquired from Spink & Sons, circa 1980. ? ????

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