A PALE GREYISH-GREEN JADE CENSER AND RETICULATED COVER
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A PALE GREYISH-GREEN JADE CENSER AND RETICULATED COVER

17TH-18TH CENTURY

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A PALE GREYISH-GREEN JADE CENSER AND RETICULATED COVER
17TH-18TH CENTURY
The censer is carved as a jar supported by the wind-tossed waves that form the base, and is carved below the shoulder with a band of wan diaper between dot borders spanned on one side by a mask and ring handle, and on the other with a dragon crawling from the waves to the rim, while two chilong form handles at the ends. The cover is carved and pierced with a band of clouds below a coiled dragon that clutches a flaming pearl.
5 ¼ in. (13.5 cm.) wide across handles, wood stand, box
Provenance
Rare Art, Inc., New York, 15 November 1978.

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