Unusual 17C Chinese Porcelain Ming Period Incense burner Butterflies Tianqi
Condition Report: usual fritting to rims, 1 filled chip with line to base and 1 line from upper rim.Size 12x9CM DiameterxHeight
Sharing with you this lovely and unusual Chinese porcelain incense burner from the late Ming period, Tianqi period most probably. Jingdezhen made for the Japanese market.
This is a very rare incense burner of unusual shape and with a nice butterfly scene. Nice custom made lid is added to the piece.
Age; early 17th century
Size; 12x9CM HeightxDiameter
With a beautiful storage box included.
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|China Dynasty Period||
Ming & Transitional (1368 – 1664)
Chongzhen (1627-1644), Tianqi (1620-1627)
|Region of Origin|
Porcelain & Pottery
usual fritting to rims, 1 filled chip with line to base and 1 line from upper rim.Size 12x9CM DiameterxHeight