Silk iron - China - Early XIXth Century

19th century
Asian Arts
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Very nice iron in the shape of a casserole dish typical of silk irons.
The iron was filled with hot sand or charcoal.
The handle is made of teak. The casserole is in bronze and has an intricate decoration where we find two dragons facing each other and surrounding a ball. There are also three birds, a lobster and a crab in the middle of a decor that is both marine and vegetal.
An open dragon mouth ends the casserole dish and allows the fitting of the iron.
Bronze, teak
Wear and small hole in the pan
China, early 19th century
Dim .: 33 x 11.50 cm


Style Asian Arts
Century 19th century
Width (cm) 33 cm
Height (cm) 11.50 cm
Materials Bronze
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 69620, Ternand, France

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