London, South Kensington
28 October 1999
A Japanese bronze tripod censer, liner and cover
with mythical beast finial and twin upright mask handles, decorated in relief and inlaid with birds perched on the branches of blossoming prunus and peony sprays -- 12in. (31.8cm.) high, 19th Century, (some minor wear).
See Colour Plate 4.
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