Incense Burner in Form of Archaic Lian with Peonies in Refief

1300s
Diameter: 12.6 cm (4 15/16 in.); Overall: 7.1 cm (2 13/16 in.)
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In East Asian art, peonies traditionally symbolize prosperity and wealth.
Incense Burner in Form of Archaic Lian with Peonies in Refief

Incense Burner in Form of Archaic Lian with Peonies in Refief

1300s

China, Zhejiang province, Yuan dynasty (1271-1368)

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