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Incense burner in the shape of an archaic tripod

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China, Fujian province, Dehua kilns, Incense burner in the shape of an archaic tripod, 19th century, porcelain with clear glaze; stamped character for shou (longevity) in a repeating band around waist; lion's head-and-paw feet, Gift of an Anonymous Donor, public domain, 2002.67.3

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Title

Incense burner in the shape of an archaic tripod

Date

19th century

Medium

porcelain with clear glaze; stamped character for shou (longevity) in a repeating band around waist; lion's head-and-paw feet

Dimensions (H x W x D)

6 3/4 in x 4 1/2 in diam.

Collection Area

Asian Art

Category

Ceramics

Object Type

censer

Culture

Chinese

Credit Line

Gift of an Anonymous Donor

Accession Number

2002.67.3

Copyright

public domain

Terms

censers

ceramics

incense burners

porcelain

tripods

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