Chinese Bronze Silver inlaid Censer Incense Burner Shi Shou Mark Qing 18/19C Wood lid and stand. Made in China during the 18th or 19th Century, during the Qing Dynasty. The lid and base are probably not as old as the censer.
443 grams in weight (just the censer, not including the lid and base). The censer is about 5 3/8 inches wide across the handles. It is about 2 1/4 inches tall.
About 3 5/8 inches tall including the lid and base. The lid has various rim chips and a slight wobble.
The base sits flat, and has an oval shape from its antique age (wood shrinks faster across the grain than along the grain). The censer has a very skillful antique repair on the lower edge (please see the last two photos). Two small holes (probably pin hole size) appear to have been repaired on the lower edge (can see evidence on the inside, but not on the outside). The censer appears to have been lacquered.There are 35 photographs included with this listing. If you have not seen 35, then please scroll down and look around. Pictures were taken outdoors in sunlight and indoors with flash lights in our studio Please see our other listings from more fine Chinese late Ming or early Qing bronze incense burners.
Chinese Bronze Silver inlaid Censer Incense Burner Shi Shou Mark Qing 18/19C. Specialists in Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain and later (Ming and early Qing) Chinese Bronzes. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva's. Attention Sellers - Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva.The item "Chinese Bronze Silver inlaid Censer Incense Burner Shi Shou Mark Qing 18/19C" is in sale since Monday, March 29, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Incense Burners". The seller is "avionsunantiques" and is located in Victoria, British Columbia.
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