Late Ming or Early Qing Chinese Bronze Bombe Censer Incense Burner Xuande Mark Finely cast Bronze antique Chinese bronze incense burner, aka censer. There are 35 photographs included with this listing. If you have not seen 35, then please scoll down and look around. Bombe form, with everted foot.
Simple, and perfect in shape/proportion - with perfect feng shui. About 7 1/4 inches wide across the handles. It weighs about 1.151 kg. Excellent condition, no dents, no repairs, just normal minor marks consistent with being hundreds of years old.
Very nice Xuande mark in the base. Made at the end of the Ming Dynasty or early Qing Dynasty. Note some old polish residue can be seen in the crevisis - this is nothing more than polish residue, and would come off with a tooth brush if you so desire. Late Ming or Early Qing Chinese Bronze Bombe Censer Incense Burner Xuande Mark.Please see our other listings from more fine Chinese Ming/late Qing bronze incense burners. Specialists in Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain and later (Ming and early Qing) Chinese Bronzes. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. The item "Late Ming or Early Qing Chinese Bronze Bombe Censer Incense Burner Xuande Mark" is in sale since Wednesday, October 7, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Incense Burners". The seller is "avionsunantiques" and is located in Victoria, British Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.