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A Chinese Longquan tripod censer, Song-Yuan Dynasty, 13th-14th century, with ribbed body, covered with a blue-green semi-translucent glaze, underglaze in the centre, 13.1 cm diameter, 7.9 cm high

A blue and white censer Qing dynasty, of bombe form, the sides painted with a continuous lakeside scene below a frieze of pencilled cloud scrolls around the wide flared mouth, 19 cm diameter

A fine pair of signed Satsuma vases and a matching Koro, Meiji period, 1868 - 1912, with shimazu family crest mark to all, the square section baluster vases with waisted necks, and a matching koro, lid absent, decorated throughout with arhat figures in ena

A Chinese cloisonne and bronze tripod censer, the lobed ovoid censer with a conforming domed lid and a pierced top section with a cast and pierced finial, shaped and pierced bracket handles with lingzhi mushroom embellishments, similar mounts to the tripod

A Chinese bronze censer, of circular shape with tri-lobed body raised on three elephant feet, sinuous dragons whose arched backs form handles issue from the sides and rise above the flattened everted rim. Six-character Xuande reign mark impressed under the

A Chinese cloisonne and bronze tripod censer, the bell shaped censer with an ogee profile domed lid and a pierced top section with cast finial, elephant head and trunk handles and similar tripod feet, the body profusely decorated with flora and tendrils in

A Chinese bronze covered censer, Republic Era, mid 20th century, the compressed cauldron style pot raised on three shaped legs with a wide collar and pierced dome lid with a lion dog finial, with bearded dragon handles and applied fantastic creatures to th

A 19th century bronze censor on caryatid feet, the cover with a cupid

A Chinese gilt bronze censer and cover, having six panels depicting animal and floral motifs, with two mythical lion mask handles, the lid is decorated with pierced scrolling fret-work and, central mythical lion finial. Height 12.5 cm

A Chinese porcelain famille verte dish, Kangxi period (1662-1722), painted with a scholar riding a horse with his attendant leaving from home, the cavetto decorated with a band of auspicious symbols separated by four 'Ruyi' head shaped floral scrol

A Chinese blue and white censer pot. the straight-sided circular box with a single horizontal flute decoration near the rim, decorated in the Kangxi manner with a narrative comprising three figures in a fenced landscape setting, the underglaze blue with he

A Dehua censer Qing dynasty, 17th/18th century, the squat bombe sides springing from a short splayed foot, set with two lion mask handles below the waisted mouth and everted rim, covered with an ivory-tinted glaze, the base with an impressed mark in a rece

Eastern bronze censer, with lion mask handles, 14.5 cm high

Chinese bronze censer with a dog of fo finial, approx 42 cm high, 30 cm wide

A Chinese ceramic censer bowl. Glazed to replicate gold splashed bronze with turquoise enamelling, the compressed bowl having a relief moulded body with spiral shaped lappets enclosing chilongs above a lingzhi fungus border, with pierced chilong handles; i

A Chinese bronze censer bowl, with a fine mottled gold, green and copper colouration, the rectangular and bulbous censer with integral tapering feet and loop handles to the rim, Persian script in relief to the long sides; archaic script impressed mark unde

A Chinese porcelain vase and censer. The globular vase with an inverted rim in a pleasing even sea green glaze, bearing a Qianlong seal; and a squat waisted censer with small loop handles and tripod feet in a light olive crackle glaze. Height 7.5 cm. And 9

A Chinese bronze elephant, carrying a censer in the form of two tier pagoda, the trunk held high & adorned from trunk to tail, fine detailing including a dragon on top of the roof, six character mark to base. Height 50 cm

Chinese Malay censer. Purchased Malacca, Malaysia 1971.

A Chinese crackle-glaze tripod censer, 5.3 cm high. Provenance: Western Australia private collection, acquired in Japan during the 1960s

A Chinese bronze censer, of low ovoid form with integral tripod feet and looped lug handles; bearing a mock Ming mark underside. Height 9.5 cm.

A Japanese Satsuma censor, with raised enamel & gilt on crackle glaze body, a lion dog handle to lid and clear mark to base, height 23 cm

A large Chinese white glazed tripod censer with wooden cover, 20th century, 30 cm high. Provenance: The collection of Barry and Jeanne Little

A Chinese bronze censer and cover, in the form of a deer, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), standing with the head turn to one side, the cover with a peach branch finial, 26 cm high. Provenance: Old collection from Macao. Purchased from Queensland in 1990s

A mottled yellow jade quatrefoil censer, Qing dynasty (1644-1911). With dragon handles. Fitted wood stand, 7.5x15 cm. Provenance: From a private Sydney collection acquired in HK prior to 1963. Passed on by descent

Good Japanese Satsuma Koro with rosewood lid, decorated with geisha and floral panels, on tripod legs, brown stamp to base, height 19 cm approx, Restoration.

A Chinese bronze censor, 20th century, with lion head handles & a six character impressed Ming mark to base. Height 6.5 cm, diameter 13 cm

A large bronze censor with wakashishi finial, Japanese, Meiji Period (1868-1912), 66 cm high

A Chinese bronze three footed censer, bearing seal mark to base. Height 5.3 cm. Diameter 12 cm

Oriental carved jade lidded censor with dragon head handles

Chinese bronze and gold-Splash censer, of bombe design, with two fish form handles, embossed seal mark to base. Height 8 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, WA

A Chinese white jade censor. With double ring handles. Height 19 cm

Vintage Nepalese brass Filigree temple dog censer bejeweled with coral and lapis stones, height 13 cm approx

Hardstone censer style vase, with shi shi finial and loop handles

Large early Japanese bronze censer, with foo dog figural lid flanked by wave shaped handles supported by 3 legs and timber (rosewood) base, 46 cm high approx.