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Celadon crackle tripod incense burner, Ming dynasty

Celadon crackle tripod incense burner, Ming dynasty

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Ming dynasty crackle glaze celadon incense burner with a compressed circular body carved to the exterior with lotus flower heads and small blossom studs to the shoulder, all raised on three short mask-shaped feet and decorated with a celadon glaze.

Ming dynasty celadon ceramics are a type of Chinese stoneware pottery that was produced during the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). They are known for their distinctive green colour, which is achieved through a glazing process using iron oxide.

Ming celadon ceramics were highly prized for their beauty and were often used for decorative purposes. They were also used for everyday items such as bowls, plates, teapots, and incense censors, such as the one here in the collection.

24cm diameter. 


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