Description: Pair of Chinese cloisonne enamel covered tripod censers, with a design of scrolling leafy tendrils suspending night lotus blossoms surrounding the centralized longevity Shou character. Supported upon on three cabriolet legs emerging from gilt lion masks, rising to a prominent short neck further to a banded rim. Characterized by two gilt dragons flanked on the collar. All embellished with further multi-colored lotus scrolls. The domed cover is decorated with pierced gilt Fu bats borne amidst ruyi clouds supporting the open works gilt floral sprays round finial. Mark both bases, protruding four script -KaiShu- characters, enclosed within receded square frame border, QianLong Reign Period.
Dimensions: Dimension: 13" H x 10" W (each)
Medium: bronze, cloisonne, gold, enamel
Date: Qing Dynasty
Condition Report: Traced numerous tiny-holes of corrosions on enamel filling, No missing wires found on cloisonne works. With normal anomalies in nature, sign of stressed surface, minor scratch & dents, and trace of declined on gilt. Normal, consider ages and wear. Over all in excellent condition.
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