Chinese Bronze Censer, Three Legged, Numerous Figures and Patterns.
Chinese Bronze Censer, Squat Round Body, Three-Legged Detailed Pattern, Dragon Faces On Body and Lid, The Neck and Rim, Koi- Fish Figures and Geometric Shapes, The Censer Because Of Its Age and Usage Has Lost Most Of Its Gold Gilding.
The Chinese legend of the Dragon Gate, in which a koi fish swam upstream, through waterfalls and other obstacles to reach the top of the mountain. At the top of the mountain was the "Dragon Gate." The legend says that when the koi finally reached the top, it became a dragon, one of the most auspicious creatures in Chinese culture.
Koi can be represented in interior design with artwork such as paintings, drawings, photographs or sculpture. Its placement is said to attract auspicious abundance and prosperity into your home and life and some opt to have multiple representations of this fish.
Item Code - BRO2B307QRG
Width: 5 1/2" Height: 1/2" Depth: 5 1/2" Weight: 680 g
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