London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Japanese bronze censer and cover, 19th century
modelled as a mythical beast standing four square on raised feet supports, its compressed body decorated with a panel of colourful cloisonne enamels with stylised petal motif; and a Japanese iron teapot, modelled as a minogame, 19th century -- maximum 8 1/8in. (20.7cm.) wide. (2)
Ex. Peter Cochrane Collection. JPC label to base.
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