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Your search (pagoda) returned 6 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: France   Shape: Pot : Pagoda   Material: Bronze
Period: 1930   Location: Private ()
Description: This item measures 31/4" square and stands 31/2" tall from base to top of finial.
A.A. Vantines, was a company that produced many art deco jewelry, sculptures and perfume burners from about 1865-1948. Vantines was based in New York and their items where from Japan, China, and Turkey. Later items came from France as well.
Item # 298   

Origin: Japan   Shape: Building : Pagoda   Material: Iron
Location: Private (Cathy)
Description: This incense burner is 6 inches tall and the bottom is 2 7/8 inches square. It is cast iron. I could not find a maker mark. I believe it is probably made in Japan. It is very heavy and weighs 26 ozs.
Item # 501   

Shape: Pot : Pagoda   Material: Iron
Period: 1900   Location: Private (Khara Bromiley)
Description: Metallic Incense burner pot with a pagoda shaped lid.
Item # 689   

Origin: Asia   Shape: Building : Pagoda   
Location: Private (Roberta Downing)
Description: It is made of enameled sterling silver. (The cylindrical portion is some type of stone.)
Item # 734   

Shape: : Pagoda   Material: Brass
Location: Private (Linda Markey)
Description: It is brass with a pagoda lid covering a glass bowl. There are markings on it a sun with rays and some letters.
It could most likely be an inkwell.
Item # 758   

Origin: Asia   Shape: Building : Pagoda   Material: Bronze
Period: 19 th   Location: Private (Jerry Harmer)
Description: Buddhist bronze incense burner, maybe from Tibet as traditional crafts often represent Pagodas in this country.
Item # 789   

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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
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