London, South Kensington
9 November 2007
A biscuit famille verte hexagonal censer and cover, circa 1900
the censer with a projecting mid section, supported on six lion mask legs, the censer's upper sides and the cover's sides with pierced wan ground, the lower sides with a cross ground framed by honeycomb borders, the conforming cover with a Buddhist lion finial above auspicious emblems and ruyi-heads on a trellis ground -- 11in. (28cm.) high.
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