Footed Glazed Vessel with Foo Dog / Lion Lid, China
Detail: Stunning glazed vessel with phoenix figures on each corner of a vented lid. This was likely a censer or incense burner. From our ceramic dealer in Canada. Circa mid-1900’s. Pristine condition.
- Item Number: V-6060
- Provenance/Origin: China. Circa mid-1900's
- Composition: Glazed ceramic
- Dimensions: 10.5" tall x 7" at widest
- Weight: 3.25 pounds
- Price: $95.00 USD
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