London, South Kensington
19 April 2001
A Chinese silver and jade censer
the jade 18th Century, the censer later
with twin dragon head loose ring handles, decorated with bands of coral and turquoise, scrolling dragon applied silver panels and inset pierced jade plaques, above foliate shaped cartouches, standing on tripod Buddhistic lion headed supports -- 7 1/8in. (18.1cm.) high, (one handle has been restuck, one turquoise inset stone missing).
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