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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.