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Your search (elephant) returned 24 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: Japan   Shape: Animal : Elephant   Material: Bronze
Period: 19th   
Description: Bronze Koro 19 1/4”, Elephant and Sanjunoto, silver inlay
Item # 
http://www.tfujiiantiques.com

Origin: USA   Incense: Oil   Shape: Aroma Lamp : Elephant   Material: Soapstone
Period: 2000   Location: Incense Central
Description: Hand Carved Soapstone Elephant Aroma Lamp 3.5" H
Item # 89 
http://www.incensecentral.com

Origin: America   Incense: Cone   Shape: Animal : Elephant   Material: Soapstone
Period: 2000   Location: Incense Galore
Description:
Item # 111 
http://www.incensegalore.com

Origin: USA   Incense: Stick   Shape: Animal : Elephant   Material: Soapstone
Period: 2000   Location: The house of rice
Description: Cute hand carved elephants surround an incense stick burner carved out of sandstone. Place sticks in the holes, or place cone incense on top of the center area to burn. The base measures 3 inches in diameter
Item # 112 
http://www.houserice.com

Origin: America   Incense: Stick   Shape: Animal : Elephant   Material: Soapstone
Period: 2000   Location: incenseholders.com
Description: Soapstone 4" Elephant Circle holds multiple incense sticks
Item # 113 
http://www.incenseholders.com

Origin: America   Incense: Stick   Shape: Ashcatcher : Elephant   Material: Brass
Period: 2000   Location: Incense Galore
Description: Brass Elephant Incense Burner
Item # 114 
http://www.incensegalore.com

Origin: Thailand   Incense: Cone   Shape: Animal : Elephant   Material: Ceramic
Period: 2000   Location: E gift
Description: “Ciladol” is a name to call this texture figure. Emerald elephant enamel is raising its trunk, meaning ready to bring brighten and happiness life while burning cone incense on its. All legs are in brown.
Item # 115 
http://www.egift.velocall.com

Origin: America   Shape: Animal : Elephant   Material: Brass
Period: 2000   Location: Original Magick Designs
Description: Brass Elephant Incense Burner. 6" high x 3.5" wide
Item # 116 
http://www.originalmagick.com

Origin: Korea   Incense: Cone   Shape: Pot : Elephant   Material: Ceramic
Period: 2000   Location: Korean Arts
Description: Two elephant figures decorate either side of this attractive celadon incense burner. Peonies, the symbol of richness and honors, adorn both sides and the lid. The top is removable for placing incense cones inside. It is available in two sizes. (H)4.5" x 3.2" or (H)5" x 3.7"
Item # 152 
http://www.korean-arts.com

Origin: Thailand   Shape: Animal : Elephant   Material: Ceramic
Period: 15th   Location: Museum Nasional Indonesia
Description: This stoneware incense burner was found in South Kalimantan. The object takes the shape of an elephant, with a small bowl functioning as an incense burner on its shoulder. The elephant is accompanied by six soldiers.
Item # 302 
http://www.museumnasional.org

Origin: UK   Incense: Stick   Shape: Ashcatcher : Elephant   Material: Soapstone
Period: 2000   Location: GrowHigh
Description: This incense holder is made from soap stone.
Item # 336 
http://www.growhigh.co.uk

Origin: Japan   Shape: Column : Elephant   Material: Bronze
Location: Private (Randy Davenport)
Description: The object/incense burner comes in three distinct pieces. Height 32 inches, Maximum width 12 inches, Weight 28 pounds. Appears to be made from bronze, maybe copper and perhaps even gold. The only discernable writing on the object/incense burner appears to be Sanskrit and looks to be of Japanese origin. In addition to the three elephants forming it’s tripod base, there are exotic birds and dragons. The saddles of the elephants are adorned with interesting tassels, each with different weights.
Item # 360   

Origin: India   Shape: Urn : Elephant   Material: Copper
Location: Private (Renee Leo)
Description: This incense urn seems to have carvings of some type of cone along the bottom row, then goes into elephant heads, then some sort of dog and some type of bird along the top row of carvings. We're thinking it must be from India. It has a wooden base that sort of screws on and a lid that has a hole in the center.
Item # 382   

Origin: Asia   Shape: Pot : Elephant   Material: Brass
Location: Private (Michael)
Description: Burner is approx. 4 feet high and 3 feet in diameter, its made of brass with East Indian Elephants on the ring around the lip.
Item # 391   

Origin: China   Shape: Animal : Elephant   Material: Bronze
Location: Private (Gene Duncan)
Description: This nice incense burner could have been taken from a Chinese grave, from Ming Dynasty era.
Item # 739   

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1009 incense burners in the kandaki database (654 from private contributors)

 Theme of the month : MongoliaDuring a trip to Mongolia, I took some incense burner pictures in various locations (temples, museums, yurts...)
Very often represented on mongolian incense burners are the eight auspicious symbols (naimin takhel) that are associated with the gifts given to Buddha: the white conch shell, the precious umbrella, the victory banner, the two golden fishes, the Dharma wheel (eight-spoked golden wheel), the Auspicious drawing (knot of eternity), the lotus flower and the treasure vase
 Have a look