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Your search (ceramic/pottery/porcelain/adobe) returned 199 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: Japan   Incense: Stick   Shape: Pot   Material: Porcelain
Period: early 20th   Location: Private
Description: Satsuma porcelain, measures approx. 2 1/2 inches tall and the opening is 1 1/2 inches in diameter, incense sticks are stuck in the sand
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http://www.gotheborg.com

Origin: Japan   Shape: Pot   Material: Porcelain
Period: early 20th   Location: Private
Description: Brule parfum en Satsuma. H=L=10cms
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http://www.en-lorraine.com/lecrin/menu.htm

Origin: Japan   Shape: Bowl   Material: Porcelain
Period: 1700   
Description: Imari porcelain incense burner with geometric design, underglaze blue, 3 very small petty feet. size: max.dia. 5.2 cm height 4.2 cm. date: 1690-1710(estimated)
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Origin: Japan   Shape: Pot   Material: Porcelain
Period: 1950   
Description: It was made about twenty years ago by one of the Nitten’s top potters-Shizuto Teraike(1933-). Very much in Tomomoto’s hakuji style, this koro stands on three feet and has six relief nodes on the upper shoulder. 9.1cm.tall and 10.8cm.across- signed in cobalt blue on the base
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http://www.trocadero.com/japanesepottery/

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: Pot : Dog   Material: Porcelain
Period: early 20th   Location: Private
Description: Old hexagonal incense burner in satsuma, with different hand painted human characters on each face, enamelled and gilded with fine gold. The lid is surmounted by a dog gilded with fine gold. Stamp in lower part. Sumptuous colors and extreme smoothness in the decoration. Height: 15cm. Length and width: 11cm. Width of a face: 5,5cm.
Item # 11   

Origin: Japan   Shape: Pot : Dog   Material: Porcelain
Period: early 20th   Location: Private
Description: Old incense burner in satsuma, with hand painted human characters, enamelled and gilded with fine gold. The incense burner is on three feet, The two handles are decorated with a dog's head and its openwork lid has a dog on the top. Stamp in lower part. Sumptuous colors and extreme smoothness in the decoration. Height: 15cm. Length: 13cm. Width: 11cm.
Item # 12   

Origin: Japan   Shape: Human : Human   Material: Ceramic
Location: Treasures of the Past
Description: Luster Incense Burner. It stands about 4” tall and is about 4” wide at the widest point
Item # 16 
http://pages.tias.com

Origin: Japan   Shape: Human : Human   Material: Ceramic
Period: 1900   Location: Shiloh Antiques,Shiloh, NJ
Description: Measures 4” tall x 3 1/2” at the widest x 3 1/2” deep. Marked on bottom with a single word ’Japan’ which makes it fairly early 1900s
Item # 17 
http://www.rubylane.com/ni/shops/shilohantiques

Origin: China   Incense: Stick   Shape: Bowl   Material: Porcelain
Period: Ching dynasty, 19th   Location: Santa Barbara, California
Description: Chinese Celadon Porcelain Incense Burner. Subtle and refined 19th-century Chinese monochrome porcelain tripod censer or incense burner, Ching dynasty. Fine bluish-green glaze. Dimensions: 2 ˝” high, 3 ˝” diameter.
Item # 24 
http://www.jcollector.com

Origin: China   Shape: Bowl   Material: Porcelain
Period: Northern Song Dynasty A.D.960-1127   
Description: Sky blue glaze is the base colour of the Jun ware. The three interior marks were left by the spurs used to support a ware. Height: 13cm Mouth diameter: 14.3cm
Item # 26 
http://www.chnmus.net/English/

Origin: Guatemala   Shape: : Human   Material: Ceramic
Period: Maya   Location: G&T Foundation
Description: Lidded cylinder-shaped jar with elaborately modelled and decorated human, animal and deity figures on the lid, decorated with polychrome paint. 65 cm. in height.

Many other Maya incense burners are described on this site:
Item # 48 
http://exchanges.state.gov/education/culprop/guatemal/sect8a.htm

Origin: Guatemala   Shape: Animal   Material: Ceramic
Period: Maya   Location: G&T Foundation
Description: Incense burner with lids elaborately modelled in animal shape and decorated with red and white paint and clay applique

Many other Maya incense burners are described on this site:
Item # 49 
http://exchanges.state.gov/education/culprop/guatemal/sect8a.htm

Origin: Guatemala   Shape: Bowl : Human   Material: Ceramic
Period: Maya   Location: G&T Foundation
Description: Straight-sided tripod deep bowl with modelled human figurine attached to exterior, painted in blue and red.

Many other Maya incense burners are described on this site:
Item # 50 
http://exchanges.state.gov/education/culprop/guatemal/sect8a.htm

Origin: Guatemala   Shape: Pot : Jaguar   Material: Ceramic
Period: Maya   Location: G&T Foundation
Description: Lidded, flanged dish with four cylindrical legs. The lid is modelled with a jaguar head. Black-slipped and burnished. 40 cm. in height.

Many other Maya incense burners are described on this site:
Item # 51 
http://exchanges.state.gov/education/culprop/guatemal/sect8a.htm

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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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