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Chinese cloisonne dragon vase, Ming Dynasty (1620)

Important brûle-parfum archaïsant de forme "gui" sur une base carrée en bronze et cuivre doré et émaux cloisonnés. Chine, XVIIIe

Large Chinese Cloisonne Elephant Form Censer

Belle et rare aiguière et son bassin ovale en bronze cloisonné. L'anse figurant…

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Incense burner

Incense burner: Possibly made in Henan, China. 1933 (dated). Stoneware, decorated in underglaze cobalt blue. Decoration: Floral designs (sketchily executed) and inscription 'Made in a winter month of the 22nd year of the Chinese Republic, the mountains are clear and the waters are lovely, the mountains are colourful and the water bright'. 'Minguo Sun ji' (Sun and company. Republic) in square raised seal on base. (V) - 'Minguo Sun ji' (Sun and company. Republic) in square raised seal on base

A very rare Imperial inscribed commemorative gilt bronze incense burner and cover, China, cast Qianlong six-character mark and of the period, signed Zheng Rui, circa 1790

Brûle-parfum. Grès porcelaineux à couverte crème craquelée. Époque Lê, 1736. Musée national d’Histoire du Vietnam, Hanoi © D.R / Photos : Thierry Ollivier

Chinese horse sculptures are a significant and important aspect of Chinese history. First made thousands of years ago when the horse was first domesticated, the beautiful form of this ubiquitous animal has led artists and craftsmen through the ages to create wonderful works of art.