A bronze incense burner Qing Dynasty
Lot 404
A bronze incense burner Qing Dynasty
Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium
Lot Details
A bronze incense burner
Qing Dynasty
Of circular form, decorated with a pair of lion-head handles and standing on a high foot; the base cast with a long inscription referring to the 5th year of the reign of the Emperor Xuande.
28cm (11in) wide
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