2 May 2007
A bronze arrow vase and a tripod censer and wood cover
17th and 18th Century
The arrow vase decorated with a wide band incised with archaistic motifs around the base of the wide neck applied with tubular handles, 27 cm. high; and a tripod censer cast on the globular body and straight tall legs with squirrels rustling through vine, upright loop handles, the wood cover surmounted by a jade finial, 17.5 cm. diam., 33.5 cm. high (2)
The arrow vase from the Lucien Kirtland Collection.
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