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Lot 268: A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER. Ming Dynasty. The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover, ? ????????????? Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

November 14, 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
  • A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER.   Ming Dynasty.   The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover,   ? ?????????????    Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.
   
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Description: A CHINESE PARCEL GILT BRONZE LOBED CENSER. Ming Dynasty. The body formed with an irregular undulating outline, flanked by upswept handles supported on three slightly splayed legs, carved and pierced domed wood cover with ivory finial, textile covered base, the censer 9.5cm H, 9cm diameter, 15cm with base and cover, ? ????????????? Literature: For a closely related censer in the collection of the Palace Museum, Taipei see Through the Prism of the Past: Antiquarian Trends in Chinese Art of the 16th to 18th Century.2004, plate no I-30.

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