Chinese Bronze Censer Bowl, Two Dragons On Opposite Ends Of Bowl Rim.
Chinese Bronze Censer Bowl, Two Dragons On Opposite Ends Of Bowl Rim Staring at Each Other.
A Censer is a bowl made to hold burning incense, often crafted from bronze, copper, porcelain, or stone. The first Chinese vessels designed specifically for burning incense appeared during the Western Han Dynasty, from 206 BC to 8 AD.
Item Code - BRO2B306PA
Width: 4 1/4" Height: 1 3/4" Depth: 3 7/8" Weight: 265 g
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