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  1. #1
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    Br REmoved

    Found this at a yard sale,,,But I can't find the makers mark any where on line.
    Any body out there up on this sort of thing? By the way it is a three piece thing.


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    Thanks guys !
    Last edited by Arid-Zone-A-seeker; Jul 27, 2012 at 12:16 PM. Reason: Removing Post

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    Sorry-pics didn't post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arid-Zone-A-seeker View Post
    Found this at a yard sale,,,But I can't find the makers mark any where.
    Any body out there up on this sort of thing? By the way it is a three piece thing.


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    Thanks guys !
    Yeah, it's an incense burner. As to the age or value, I couldn't tell you. You posted the makers mark in your second photo. The key to identifying it is figuring out that mark.
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  5. #4
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    Found this on flickr , looks very similar:

    Antique Chinese censer incense burner 1426-1435 AD Xuande era | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
    It descibes it as a
    "Antique Chinese censer incense burner 1426-1435 AD Xuande era

    This has applied legs and handles.It also has Xuande mark on base which would date it being made betwen 1426 and 1435 AD.The raised design on the sides and cover appear to be cherry or apple blossoms and feet and handles are like twigs of wood."

    This could be something special or a reproduction

  6. #5
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    Very pretty piece!

    I found this, yours is prettier/more elaborate, and this one is centuries old, but you never know : ) As for the maker's mark, that may take awhile to find.

    Antique Chinese censer incense burner 1426-1435 AD Xuande era | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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  7. #6
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    mjlal-great minds-sorry, I didn't refesh before posting.
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    I thought I had double posted for a second

    Hey Arid-Zone-A-seeker will ya take $5 for it
    I have a crisp five dollar bill in my hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjlalt View Post
    I thought I had double posted for a second

    Hey Arid-Zone-A-seeker will ya take $5 for it
    I have a crisp five dollar bill in my hand
    5 dollars? what you some kinda low baller?
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  10. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    Yeah, it's an incense burner. As to the age or value, I couldn't tell you. You posted the makers mark in your second photo. The key to identifying it is figuring out that mark.
    Yeah I mean't I could not find it on line as of yet,,,,thanks for the responce,,, Arid.
    Last edited by Arid-Zone-A-seeker; Jul 24, 2012 at 03:42 PM.
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  11. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by creeper71 View Post
    5 dollars? what you some kinda low baller?
    Its just some cheap "made in china" junk.

  12. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjlalt View Post
    Its just some cheap "made in china" junk.
    I doubt that or you would go to walmart an buy your own.. I suspect you know more then what your letting on..
    some people call me the creeper ,cuz they don't know my name or face - Alice Cooper

  13. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by creeper71 View Post
    I doubt that or you would go to walmart an buy your own.. I suspect you know more then what your letting on..
    I was just joking. Based on the picture I would guess its a better quality reproduction or the real deal
    Either way it's a great find and worth more than $5

    So I'll Up my offer to $5 and a 1985 Rollie Fingers Baseball Card
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  14. #13
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    Hum,,,,,got a "Bony Fingers" card?
    Life is a Puzzle, the more pieces you can stick together the better! Glue and big hammers help.

 

 

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