London, South Kensington
10 September 2009
A BRONZE BUFFALO CENSER, 17TH CENTURY
th beast modelled seated, partially raised on its forelegs, its head turned round to the right with open mouthed expression, a wide aperture to its back revealing the hollow interior -- 9¼in. (23.5cm.) wide, with a carved and pierced fitted wood stand.
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