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Your search (pumpkin) returned 7 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: Japan   Shape: Vegetal : Pumpkin   Material: Ceramic
Period: pre 2000   
Description: Hagi Kiku Incense Burner- Sakata Deika Kiln. The hakogaki(signed box) here says, Hagi Kiku Koro, Deika-gama zo or A Chrysanthemum Hagi Incense Burner by the Deika kiln. Designed and supervised by Deika, this piece was made by his apprentice(possibly his son, the next Deika or an unknown master craftsman) and has a delightful light tangerine colored glaze over very refined clay. The lid has openwork in festive circular patterns. Quite sturdy resting on three small feet. The shape and color also resemble a pumpkin. Stamped on bottom Deika-gama.
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http://www.trocadero.com/japanesepottery/

Origin: Japan   Shape: Vegetal : Pumpkin   Material: Lacquer
Location: Suntory Museum of Art
Description: Melon-shaped incense burner with design of autumn grasses in maki-e.
Maki-e is Japanese lacquer sprinkled with gold or silver powder as a decoration using a makizutsu or a kebo brush.
(see also items #549 and #596)
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http://www.suntory.co.jp/sma/english/

Origin: USA   Shape: Vegetal : Pumpkin   Material: Silver
Location: Tiffany & Co
Description: Incense or oil burner, gourd form in sterling silver with nicely detailed leaf designs, marked, 2.5"h
Tiffany & Co. is a U.S. jewelry and silverware company founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young in New York City in 1837 as a "stationery and fancy goods emporium."
Item # 437 
http://www.tiffany.com/

Origin: Japan   Shape: Vegetal : Pumpkin   Material: Lacquer
Period: Edo (17th)   Location: Tokyo National Museum   (photo by: JJD)
Description: Maki-e lacquer Incense burner, with Paulownia crest and tray.
Maki-e is Japanese lacquer sprinkled with gold or silver powder as a decoration using a makizutsu or a kebo brush. Paulownia tree is known in Japanese as kiri ; it is also known as the "princess tree".
(see also items #007 and #596)
Item # 549 
http://www.tnm.go.jp/en/index.html

Origin: Japan   Shape: Vegetal : Pumpkin   Material: Bronze
Period: 19th   Location: Private (Betsy Elam)
Description: Bronze pumpkin incense burner, having a lid that opens, but appears stuck. It is decorated with 8 or so various sized leaves made from several different metals : copper, and some other gold colored metal, and metal vines that surround the pot and form the legs of the pot.
Item # 595   

Origin: Japan   Shape: Vegetal : Pumpkin   Material: Lacquer
Period: Edo period (16151868)   Location: Metropolitan Museum of art
Description: Six-lobed incense burner (akoda koro). Black lacquer with decorations in ground gold, pear-skin sprinkling, line drawing, omitted line drawing, and needle drawing; metal rim and lattice work metal cover (8.3 x 9.8 cm).
(see also items #007 and #549)
Item # 596 
http://www.metmuseum.org

Origin: Japan   Shape: Vegetal : Pumpkin   Material: Porcelain
Location: Musee Cernuschi, Paris   (photo by: Sylvie D)
Description: Incense burner made by Eiraku Ryozen, Japanese ceramicist and member of the Eiraku family, in Kyoto.
Item # 653 
http://amis-musee-cernuschi.org/

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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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