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Katalognummer: CA0420-009
A HEAVILY CAST BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER, MING DYNASTY
China, 1368-1644. The censer with a compressed globular body raised on three legs issuing from the mouths of horned mythical beasts and a pair of pierced s-shaped handles that flank the neck and flat, everted rim. The neck is finely incised with a circumferential leiwen pattern.

Provenance: English private collection.
Condition: Fair condition with minor wear, casting flaws, a ding to the body, the feet with recesses revealing slag from the casting procedure. Verdigris on the interior and the underside. Minimal losses, some nicks to edges. A piercing to the base has been closed with a metal plate. The handles are detachable and fixed with small modern wood pegs.

Weight: 5.4 kg
Dimensions: Diameter 30 cm handle to handle

The base is incised with a Chinese inscription which is partly illegible.

Auction result comparison: Compare with a related censer sold at Sotheby’s New York in Important Chinese Art on 12 September 2018, lot 300, for USD $25,000 incl. buyer’s premium.

銅獸面紋朝冠耳三足爐,明代
中國,1368-1644。香爐鼓腹,獸面三足,一對朝冠耳位於頸部。頸部雷紋裝飾帶。

來源:英國私人收藏
品相:品相良好,輕微磨損,鑄造缺陷。腳掌上有凹槽,露出了鑄造過程中產生的爐渣。 內部和底下有銅綠。 輕微缺損,邊緣有些划痕。 底座的穿孔已用金屬板封閉。手柄是可拆卸的,並用小型現代木釘固定。

重量:5.4 公斤
尺寸:耳至耳直徑 30 厘米

拍賣成果比較:一件相似三足爐2018年9月12日于紐約蘇富比《重要中國藝術》,拍號300,成交價USD $25,000 含買家佣金。

Nachverkauf:  Sold/Verkauft

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