An archaistic spinach-green jade gui-form censer, Qing dynasty
3,000 - 5,000 USD
An archaistic spinach-green jade gui-form censer
wood stand (2)
Width 6⅛ in., 15.5 cm
A small flake to one of the vertical flanges on the neck. Overall with minute nicks and chips to the extremities, as can be expected. The stone with natural fissures including one to the foot.
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Major R.W. Cooper amassed an important collection of Chinese jades along with porcelains and other works of art. Major R.W. Cooper was likely Robert William Cooper (1877-1970), chairman of British Aluminum Ltd of Wood Hill House, Warninglid, near Haywards Heath, Sussex.