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A JADEITE OPENWORK CENSER AND COVER
LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY
the milky white stone with patches of apple and forest green inclusions, well carved with flaring sides rising to an everted mouth, flanked by a pair of dragon handles intricately carved with branch-like horns and outspread wings, each with two loose rings, the censer further adorned with animal masks suspending loose rings around the base, all supported on three feet, raised on a waisted pedestal surrounded by four stylised dragons, the domed cover carved with four panels in openwork, all below a garlic-shaped knop similarly decorated with openwork cartouches and protruding animal masks with loose rings, stand
28.8 cm., 11 3/8 in.
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This censer is notable for its skilful elaborate carving and it is unusual to find examples with such ornate stands fashioned from the same piece of stone as the body. A censer of related form with a similar but separate ringed stand was sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 19th March 1991, lot 753. Compare also a censer carved with ten ring handles adorning the knop of the cover and body, sold in our New York rooms, 22nd March 1968, lot 147.

中國瓷器及工藝品

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