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
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
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
A Chinese bronze censer with stand, the compressed ovoid bowl of tapering form with a domed lid with five bat shaped piercings and raised on a tripod stand, in a fine mottled copper finish and bearing a faux impressed Ming seal underside. Height 15 cm. (on
A large Chinese cloisonne; censer with 'dragon' handles, Qianlong four-character embossed mark baring a Christie's label 54 cm high. Provenance: Western Australia Private Collection, acquired from a local estate in the 1990s Hampshire Private Collection. i
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