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Your search (iron) returned 26 incense burners (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: Japan Shape: Pot Material: Iron
Period: 19th Location: Robyn Buntin
Description: This is an iron incense burner with tripod feet. The top is inlaid with a silver design of one of the chapter symbols from the Tale of Genji. There is also a cutout design of rising smoke on the lid where the incense smoke is released. Size: 5” diameter x 3.75” tall
Description: Heavy iron incense burner is 3 1/4" in diameter and 1 1/4" tall. It will hold one to four sticks of incense at one time and catches the ashes in the surrounding bowl. Cone incense can also be enjoyed in the bowl part of the burner
Description: Incense Burner partially gold plated. Height : 10 cm
Item # 86
Shape: Box : Foo Dog/Komainu Material: Iron
Location: Private (Rhonda)
Description: Thin metal pieces attached to the lid perhaps to hang up the incense (spiral ?) There is a drawer perhaps to store the incense.
Item # 216
Origin: Asia Incense: Cone Shape: Human : Buddha Material: Iron
Location: Private (Mary Francis)
Description: The burner is about 3-4 inches high.
Item # 237
Origin: France Incense: Stick Shape: Urn Material: Iron
Period: 1900 Location: [outdoor] Hong Hien pagoda of Frejus (photo by: JJD)
Description: Built in 1917 by vietnamese soldiers coming to France to fight along with french soldiers during World War I, the ancient pagoda was served not only as spiritual refuge for that vietnamese community living far from homeland, but also a place of workship in memory of their comrades killed in the battlefield.
Description: It weighs 10 pounds and is 12 inches wide and 18 inches high. It seemes to be made of iron
Item # 248
Origin: Japan Shape: Ashcatcher : Crane Material: Iron
Location: Private (H. Lee)
Description: Cast iron incense burner with a crane on it.
Item # 259
Origin: Japan Shape: Building Material: Iron
Location: Private (Jay & Lori Pitts)
Description: The hut is cast iron. The top is one single piece and the bottom is two pieces welded together.Removable roof all cast one piece with two small vent holes at the end of one log on top; one small vent hole under log faceing front. Bottom piece has a round window in the front with no holes in it and a door with a porch canopy? Left side has a square window with two large rectangular vents. Other side has a cresent moon shaped vent and a cut out corner. Back looks like frames and mud wall.
Item # 432
Shape: Bowl : Human Material: Iron
Location: Private (Robert DePalo)
Description: Metallic Incense burner
Item # 435
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
Origin: Asia Shape: Multi-Part Material: Iron
Location: Private (Suzie)
Description: This incense burner is a heavy iron plate/bowl/tray and is approximately 8 ½ to 9” in diameter and 2” tall.
Item # 506
Shape: Animal : Bird Material: Iron
Location: Private (Bob)
Description: The bird has many hiding places and seems to be made of cast iron on a marble base. This item could alo be an ash-tray ?
Item # 532
Shape: Pot : Pagoda Material: Iron
Period: 1900 Location: Private (Khara Bromiley)
Description: Metallic Incense burner pot with a pagoda shaped lid.
Item # 689
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