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Incense burner

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  • Incense burner with lid. Animal figure. Crane. Unknown potter, Japan, Kyoto, Kiyomizu. Earthenware, hand-formed and carved, with legs and feet on base. Pierced lid is part of the back. Base creamy white glaze, with black brush work on neck, beak, eyes and tail feathers. Orange-red patch with dark spots on top of head. Three linear firing supports visible on base. Height, whole, 11.50 cm, length, whole, 17.40 cm, width, whole, 7.80 cm, circa 1675 to circa 1799. Edo Period (1615-1868).
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