Incense Burner in 'Ting' style. The globular body is slightly flattened all the way around and decorated with a repeat motif panel. It has an eight-sided rim and base, resting on four legs (one cracked at the top). Two elongated, decorated handles extend upwards from the shoulder of the body. Made from copper with raised and incised patterns.
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