Antique Chinese Bronze Censer Tripod Incense Burner Inlaid Silver Moth Jade Lid For Sale
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DESCRIPTION: Wonderful local Chinese family estate find. Beautiful old Chinese small squat ovoid bronze or brass tripod censer or incense burner with what appears to be inlaid silver butterfly or moth motif, and a pierced wood cover with jade knob. Exact age is unknown. Check our other listings for other Chinese items from this same estate. Please email with any questions.
SIZE/WEIGHT: Censer alone stands approximately 2 1/8 tall, 3 5/8 wide. With lid is 3 1/8 tall. Censer alone weighs 8.75 oz. Weighs 9.5 oz together.
CONDITION: Very Good vintage in our opinion and the interior shows much wear from use. Finish or patina is as found. The inside of the cover however is burned.
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Seller will combine multiple purchases - buyer must request a final invoice, and make one single payment for all items at once. Purchases must fall within a 7 day period, and all items must be able to ship in the same package. All questions to be resolved prior to offerding or making any purchases. Payment is due within7 calendar days of the date of sale. Return policy and payment instructions can be found below on this page.Please use the shipping calculator on this page. This is a shipping-only item and is not available for in-person pickup.Delivery confirmation is automatically included on all domestic United States shipments at no additional charge, when allowed by US Postal guidelines.
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