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THREE QINGBAI VESSELS
SONG/YUAN DYNASTY, 12TH-14TH CENTURY
Comprising a model of a cylindrical granary with separate conical, roof-form cover modeled in imitation of rows of ridged tiles; a small tripod censer, the compressed bulbous body carved with foliate and herringbone bands, and with a pair of bail handles rising from the rim; and a rounded conical bowl, relief-decorated in the interior with a bird perched on a flowering branch in the center below flower-filled jardinières and vases alternating in the six panels on the sides, all below a key-fret border
Granary 8 in. (20.3 cm.) high, censer 3 5/8 in. (9.2 cm.) high, bowl 7¼ in. (18.4 cm.) diam., stand (3)
Provenance
Censer: Brodie & Enid Lodge Collection, no. M170.
S. Marchant and Son, London, 16 November 1972.
Exhibited
Censer: Sung Dynasty Wares: Ting, Ying Ch'ing and Tz'u Chou, Oriental Ceramic Society, London, 1949, no. 122.

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