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What is the central material of the burner?
Are there any marks or stamps on it?
What makes you date it to the Qin dynasty (221-206BC)? Do you mean Qing dynasty (1644-1912)?
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1. There is no "Chin" dynasty, only Qin or Qing.
2. Chinese artisans consistently stamp, sign, or mark items with much earlier dates or with the names of other artists. They are also masters at otherwise aging items, mimicking famous styles, etc. What we would consider forgery, is not frowned upon in China. It's considered a legitimate activity. This piece is clearly from the 20th century. It could possibly be very late Qing dynasty, but it's probably post-dynastic and from the Republic era.
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