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Origin: China Shape: Pot : Dragon Material: Brass
Period: 19th Location: Warners Antiques
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: Vietnam Shape: Pod : Lotus Material: Copper
Period: 12th-13th Location: James Singer, London
Description: H 15 cm. The basic shape and several of the distinctive design elements-particularly the sphere in the base, the lotuses and the lozenge shapes-can be found on Vietnamese ceramics of the 12th and 13th centuries.
Origin: China Incense: Cone Shape: Pot : Dragon Material: 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.
Origin: Asia Incense: Cone Shape: 2 tiers Material: Brass
Period: 2000 Location: Dragon Gate Palace
Description: This Wu Lou Incense Burner is made of brass, glazed in a shiny golden color. A small ancient coin covers the opening. Twist open the bottom part and place your incense in the space available. 2.2in x 2in x 5in, approx. 0.55kg