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Origin: China Shape: Pot : DragonMaterial: Bronze
Period: Ming dynasty Location: Glenwood South Antiques
Description: Ming dynasty (ca. 1650) bronze incense burner inscribed with characters "Proclaim virtue." Dragon and monster bird in high relief decorate the sides and top. Height: 13 in. (33.02 cm) Width: 11 in. (27.94 cm)
Description: This Incense Burner, from China measures 7" tall with lid and 6" wide from handle to handle. Burner is a signed piece with chop mark. It has detailed Dragon, Peacock, and Elephant designs.
Origin: China Incense: Cone Shape: Pot : DragonMaterial: Brass
Period: 2000 Location: Asian IdeasDotcom Inc
Description: This ceremonial burner is a reproduction of Southeast Asian vessels that were traditionally used in Buddhist rituals to ward off evil spirits. Constructed from solid brass, this three-footed burner features dragons all around, including its handles. 7" length X 5.5" width X 6" height.
Description: Carved in Norse interlace style, this dragon will hold incense sticks between its teeth. The runic inscription around the base is a line taken from the "Prayer to the Sylphs." It reads: "Thou wou ascendest upon the clouds and dost fly upon the wings of the wind.Size: 16" x 3" x 3/4"
Description: The Howling Dragon Burner comes with a dish to slip under the dragon for burning cone incense, as the incense rises through the dragon it is released through his mouth, the dragon stands about 10.5 inches tall.