Tripod Celadon Censer, China, Ming Dynasty or later, the cylindrical body decorated with a floral pattern, supported by cabriole feet and a short foot ring, overall green glaze except at interior center and base, dia. 11 3/8 in.
A DEHUA CYLINDRICAL TRIPOD CENSER 18TH CENTURY The censer is raised on three ruyi and is decorated with three shallow bands around the exterior, the central register is incised with key-pattern alternating with shallow carved archaistic animal motifs. It is covered in a transparent glaze of very pale ivory tone. 4.1/2 in diam.
A LARGE CARVED LONGQUAN CELADON-GLAZED TRIPOD CENSER MING DYNASTY, 14TH/15TH CENTURY The censer stands on a short bi-shaped foot and has a flat base and flaring cylidrical sides. It is applied with three decorative cabriole legs, moulded and carved on the exterior with the Eight Trigrams around the exterior. It is covered with an even olive-green celadon glaze stopping around the base. 9 1/8 in diam
A LARGE CARVED AND MOULDED LONGQUAN CELADON TRIPOD BULB BOWL MING DYNASTY, 15TH CENTURY The bowl with shallow rounded walls is supported on three animal-mask feet, carved freely with a band of floral scroll between two registers of bosses on the exterior. It is covered with a thick olive-green glaze, the centre of the interior and underside with a projecting foot ring unglazed. 13 in diam
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