3698
3698
A GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE INCENSE BURNER
LATE MING – EARLY QING DYNASTY
Estimate
200,000250,000
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3698
A GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE INCENSE BURNER
LATE MING – EARLY QING DYNASTY
Estimate
200,000250,000
JUMP TO LOT

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Important Chinese Art

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A GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE INCENSE BURNER
LATE MING – EARLY QING DYNASTY
of bombé form, the rounded sides rising from a splayed foot and tapering to a waisted neck, flanked by a pair of makara handles, the beast detailed with bulging eyes beneath thick furrowed eyebrows, above a long curled trunk between two pointy tusks, the exterior liberally decorated overall with irregular gold splashes against a lustrous brown ground, the base impressed with an apocryphal Xuande mark within a rectangle
19 cm, 7 1/2  in.
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Provenance

A French private collection.

Important Chinese Art

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Hong Kong