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Your search (antique europe) returned 77 incense burners (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: UK Shape: Building Material: Ceramic
Location: J. Clayton Spears and Co., Atlanta
Description: Staffordshire Cottage Pastille Burner. A scented pastille was placed inside the cottage, set alight, and the smoke rose through the chimney. You could probably do the same today with a small incense cone, though these cottages are nowadays more often treated as cabinet pieces. 4.75" by 5.25".
Period: 18th Location: J. Clayton Spears and Co., Atlanta
Description: French Louis XV ormolu mounted Chinese powder-blue brule parfum, the baluster-shaped body and domed cover with fruiting finial flanked by scrolling foliate branch handles, the circular spreading base with ivy and beading, porcelain early 18th C. (restored), mounts C.1760; measuring 10" high (25.5cm)
Origin: Roman Empire Shape: Animal : Panther Material: Bronze
Period: 2nd/3rd Century A.D Location: Sotheby
Description: This is a bronze incense burner, eastern Roman or Partian Empire, circa 2nd/3rd Century A.D., which is 11 1/4 inches long and has a lid surmounted by an opening in the form of a larger panther head in front of a diminutive winged Nike holding a wreath and a globe. The burner also has an eagle with folded wings standing atop a ram head at each front corner and the handle terminates in a small panther head.
Description: The painter Jules-Claude Ziegler (1804-1856), undertakes to awake in Voisinlieu the industry of sandstone, deadened since XVI th century.
"Its sandstones penetrated in the most sumptuous houses" notices in 1844 the jury which grants a silver medal to him at the "Exposition des Produits de l'Industrie".
The half-dome of the Paris Church …glise de la Madeleine was decorated (1835-1837) with a fresco by Jules-Claude Ziegler.
Description: It looks like an avocado in size shape and texture -ceramic-dark green.
It sits on it's side and has an opening at one end with smaller openings above it. Markings are "931 W. Germany". There are three little feet on the bottom.
Size is 4-5 inches long and maybe a pound for weight.