Pair of Cloisonné Enamel Tripod Censers, 17th century
One with white ground, the second blue, each ovoid body to wide neck and flaring rim, all raised on three legs and decorated with lotus balls and scrolling vines
height 9.3" — 23.5 cm.
Overall wear to both; white censer has bruised area 4cm high, 3 cm wide on body
A similar pair of censers was first sold in Christie’s Paris ‘Cloisonné's d’ Exception: Collection Juan Jose Amezaga et Maria Dolores Feijoo, Partie II,’ December 7th, 2007, lot 45, and later sold in these rooms December 12th, 2010, 437
Property from the collection of Harrison M. Schaek, Toronto
Department: Asian Art