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Origin: China Shape: DingMaterial: Cloisonne
Period: Qing Dynasty Location: Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona
Description: Incense burner made during the Qing Dynasty in China, around the late 17th or early 18th century. Its shape, called Fangding, is based on an earlier style from the Late Shang Dynasty, the earliest period of recorded history in China. The bright enamel on this piece was applied using the technique of cloisonné.
Origin: China Incense: Stick Shape: DingMaterial: Bronze
Period: Shang Dynasty Location: [outdoor] History Museum, Beijing.
Description: The “Si Mu Wu” ding dates to the late Shang Dynasty (c.17th to 11th century B.C.). Weighing 875 kilograms, it is 133 centimeters high and rectangular in shape, standing on four legs. It was made for the King of Shang to offer sacrifices to his dead mother Wu. In the periods when Buddhism was the predominant faith in the country, the ding was also used as a religious incense-burner. (Unearthed in Anyang, Henan)
Period: Shang dynasty (13-11th BC) Location: Tokyo National Museum (photo by: JJD)
Description: Bronze Incense burner, or Ding cooking vessel with Taotie design. The Taotie is a motif commonly found on ritual bronze vessels from the Shang and Zhou Dynasty. The design typically consists of a zoomorphic mask, described as being frontal, symmetrical, with a pair of eyes and typically no lower jaw area.
Description: Ding made from bronze and could be from the Shang Dynasty (13th to 11th BC).
Dimensions: Height:15.5 cm, Length: 13 cm, Width: 10 cm
It has motifs of dragons and lines that imitate the Chinese alphabet. It comes complete with a cover and an inner compartment.
Item # 884
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