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BLUE & WHITE, CELADON AND COPPER-RED BOMBÉ CENSER
DESCRIPTION BELOW

CATALOGUE NUMBER 0058

BLUE & WHITE, CELADON AND

COPPER-RED BOMBÉ CENSER

KANGXI PERIOD (1661-1722) WITH MARK

 

DIMENSIONS

Diameter: 7 ¾ inches

 

PROVENANCE
  • Marchant, Ltd., London, 1998

  • Collection of Mary Porter Walsh

 

CATALOGUE NOTES

Censer carved and painted in blue and white, underglaze copper-red and celadon with a continuous scene of a fisherman in a boat by a village in a tree-lined rocky, river landscape with a pavilion. The base with a six-character mark of Kangxi within a double ring and of the period. llustrated in S Marchant & Son's June 1996 exhibition
of Imperial Porcelain of Kangxi, Yongzheng and
Qianlong, no. 11.

 

RELATED EXAMPLES

A brush pot with similar mark and decoration is illustrated by Li Yi-hua in Kangxi Yongzheng Qianlong Qing Porcelain from the Palace Museum Collection, Enameled Wares of the Qing Dynasty, no.1.