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  • Chinese Wucai porcelain brash pot Kangxi mark and period

    Well potted and finely painted square brush pot with fitted Nanmu wood stand. Nanmu frequently mentioned as material par excellence in Ming literati writings. Nanmu was used for cabinet construction, for decorative cabinet door and table top panels as well as smaller scholar's objects. Pot decorated in Po-Ku (the hundred antiques) form of decoration very popular during the Kangxi period. The sides are painted with dishes of fruit, emblems, symbols, vases in imitation of bronze and porcelain vases containing

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  • Superb set of 3 large China Ming Dynasty attendants !

    A rare set of three large size and superbly executed attendant, China, Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 AD. The set is especially nice - very tall figures nearly fully glazed with exceptional glossy blue glaze and torguise details. Detailed facial features in pigment. The figure in the middle is holding an incense-burner, the other figures are holding blankets. Height: 23-24 cm. each. This set is rare - we are the only dealers who have sold this type of large attandants and this lot and a few other are the last ones

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  • Rare set of three large China Ming Dynasty attendants!

    A rare set of three large size and superbly executed attendant, China, Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 AD. The set is especially nice - very tall figures nearly fully glazed with exceptional gl0ossy blue glaze and torguise details. Detailed facial features in pigment. The figure in the middle is holding a Ming Dynasty helmet or crown, the other figures are holding an incense-burner and a large fan. Height: 23-24 cm. each. This set is rare - we are the only dealers who have sold this type of large attandants and

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  • Bronze Turquoise Cloisonn Tri legs Incense Burner Ding

    Chinese Bronze Turquoise Cloisonn Tri legs Incense Burner Ding This stunning beautiful incense burner is made of bronze and hand made by a master with the traditional cloisonn¨¦ technique: filigree, welding, dot blue, bluing at at high temperature (800-1000 degree), polished. This technique was first used in the Ming Dynasty and this type of products became prevalent gradually among the royal members and nobles. It is a gorgeous decor for any style of house and also collectable . Dimensions : Diameter 7" x

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  • Delicate Lotus Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Delicate Lotus Incense Burner Delicate Lotus Incense Burner GIB1093 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense

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  • White Porcelain Lotus Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners White Porcelain Lotus Incense Burner White Porcelain Lotus Incense Burner GIB1085 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak.

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  • Purple Clay Incense Burner-The God Of Longevity

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Incense Burner-The God Of Longevity Purple Clay Incense Burner-The God Of Longevity GIB1003 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense

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  • Purple Clay Buddha's Hand Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Buddha's Hand Incense Burner Purple Clay Buddha's Hand Incense Burner GIB1006 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached

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  • Incense Burner Yixing Buddhist Monk

    Shopping Cart Incense Burner Yixing Buddhist Monk Yixing Violet Sand Buddhist Monk Incense Burner This handsome earthenware is handcrafted from violet clay, known as "Yixing Zisha" by collectors. The earthenware first appeared during the northern sung dynasty (960- 1127 AD) in the Yixing region of china, about 120 miles northwest of shanghai. Its popularity flourished in the late Ming dynasty (1600 AD). Zisha, violet sand, in addition to its low porosity, thermal conductivity and water absorption rate, also

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  • Purple Clay Toad-shaped Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Toad-shaped Incense Burner Purple Clay Toad-shaped Incense Burner GIB1001 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its

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  • Incense Burner Yixing Lion

    Shopping Cart Incense Burner Yixing Lion Yixing Violet Sand Lion Incense Burner This handsome earthenware is handcrafted from violet clay, known as "Yixing Zisha" by collectors. The earthenware first appeared during the northern sung dynasty (960- 1127 AD) in the Yixing region of china, about 120 miles northwest of shanghai. Its popularity flourished in the late Ming dynasty (1600 AD). Zisha, violet sand, in addition to its low porosity, thermal conductivity and water absorption rate, also takes on a

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  • Purple Clay Incense Burner- The God Of Wealth

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Incense Burner- The God Of Wealth Purple Clay Incense Burner- The God Of Wealth GIB1008 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners

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  • Purple Clay Incense Burner- A Smiling Maitreya Holding Yuanbao

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Incense Burner- A Smiling Maitreya Holding Yuanbao Purple Clay Incense Burner- A Smiling Maitreya Holding Yuanbao GIB1014 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the

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  • Purple Clay Lucky Sheep Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Lucky Sheep Incense Burner Purple Clay Lucky Sheep Incense Burner GIB1007 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its

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  • Purple Clay Incense Burner- The Status Of Buddhism Guanyin

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Incense Burner- The Status Of Buddhism Guanyin Purple Clay Incense Burner- The Status Of Buddhism Guanyin GIB1010 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique

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  • Purple Clay Yin-yang Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Yin-yang Incense Burner Purple Clay Yin-yang Incense Burner GIB1016 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An

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  • Purple Clay Incense Burner- Lucky Kylin And Xiangyun

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Incense Burner- Lucky Kylin And Xiangyun Purple Clay Incense Burner- Lucky Kylin And Xiangyun GIB1017 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making

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  • Purple Clay Egg-shaped Incense Burner- The God Of Longevity

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Egg-shaped Incense Burner- The God Of Longevity Purple Clay Egg-shaped Incense Burner- The God Of Longevity GIB1013 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the

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  • Purple Clay Buddhism Guanyin Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Buddhism Guanyin Incense Burner Purple Clay Buddhism Guanyin Incense Burner GIB1009 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners

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  • Aisan Style Lotus Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Aisan Style Lotus Incense Burner Aisan Style Lotus Incense Burner GIB1080 Product Description Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense burner is a vessel

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  • Delicate Plum Blossom Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Delicate Plum Blossom Incense Burner Delicate Plum Blossom Incense Burner GIB1092 Product Description Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense burner is a

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  • Divine Porcelain Lotus Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Divine Porcelain Lotus Incense Burner Divine Porcelain Lotus Incense Burner GIB1096 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its

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  • Pure Manual Wooden Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Pure Manual Wooden Incense Burner Pure Manual Wooden Incense Burner GIB1069 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An

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  • Exquisite Alloy Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Exquisite Alloy Incense Burner Exquisite Alloy Incense Burner GIB1121 Product Description Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense burner is a vessel in

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  • Classical Lotus Design Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Classical Lotus Design Incense Burner Classical Lotus Design Incense Burner GIB1090 Product Description Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense burner is

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  • Auspicious Maitreya Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Auspicious Maitreya Incense Burner Auspicious Maitreya Incense Burner GIB1074 Product Description Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense burner is a

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  • Purple Clay Lotus Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Lotus Incense Burner Purple Clay Lotus Incense Burner GIB1023 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An

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  • Tai Chi Style Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Tai Chi Style Incense Burner Tai Chi Style Incense Burner GIB1091 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense

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  • Purple Clay Round Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Purple Clay Round Incense Burner Purple Clay Round Incense Burner GIB1021 Product Description In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An

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  • Lotus Leaf Style Incense Burner

    In Incenses & Burners Lotus Leaf Style Incense Burner Lotus Leaf Style Incense Burner GIB1082 Product Description Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense burner is a vessel in

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