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Image credit: © Phoenix Art Museum. All rights reserved. Photo by Ken Howie.
Artist/Maker:
Unknown, China

Title:
Five piece altar set: ding-shaped censer with cabriole legs and dragon and cloud decor, pair of pricket candlesticks with dragon and cloud decor, and pair of pear-shaped vases with dragon and cloud decor
Date:
Qing dynasty, Qianlong period, mid 18th century
Medium:
bronze
Credit Line:
Collection Phoenix Art Museum, Museum purchase, Robert H. Clague collection
Object Number:
1994.396.1
On view status (subject to change):
Not on view
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Beverly Adams, Janet Baker, James K. Ballinger, Michael K. Komanecky, Dennita Sewell, David Rubin, Brady Roberts, Claudia Brown, Betsy Fahlman, Ellwood C. Parry, Paula Kornegay, Jerry N. Smith, Mary Statzer, Jeanne M. Wudell, Brian J. Zygmont, "Phoenix Art Museum: Collection Highlights"

Xuande Bronzes: A Legend Re-examined
Pengliang Lu
Arts of Asia
v.44, no.6, 2014

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