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A FINE ARMENIAN PARCEL-GILT ENAMELLED SILVER FILIGREE CENSER
A FINE ARMENIAN PARCEL-GILT ENAMELLED SILVER FILIGREE CENSER

OTTOMAN ANATOLIA, 18TH CENTURY

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A FINE ARMENIAN PARCEL-GILT ENAMELLED SILVER FILIGREE CENSER OTTOMAN ANATOLIA, 18TH CENTURY With dome-shaped lid decorated with numerous gilt finials and enamelled tulip heads, rising from a low domed foot, two coral beads mounted on springs at top, the surface worked with silver filigree in panels of swirling scrolls 8 ½in. (21.6cm.) high

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A related silver filigree incense burner with silver-gilt pinnacles and decoration mounted on short springs is in the Etchmiadzin cathedral in Erevan and dated to the 18th century (Treasures of the Etchmiadzin, exhibition catalogue, 1984, illustrated without catalogue or page number).

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