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Origin: Turkey Shape: Pod Material: Silver
Location: Usak Museum
Description: The broad shallow cup has a rounded shoulder and a plain vertical rim. It is soldered to the top of a tall pedestal which flares, at first gently and then sharply, to a splayed base. The conical cover is composed of ten stepped tiers, the lowest of which fits over the rim of the cup. Cut out of the central eight tiers are arrow shaped slots to allow the smoke of the incense to escape. Height of stand 1 7.9 cm. height of cover 1 0.9 cm, diameter of cover 6.3 cm, total weight 221.48 gr.
Description: Ceremonial temple necklace with twenty Rudraksh beads dating from 1820-1840. The necklace is approximately 61.0cm long with a temple medallion 8.7cm high and 9.3cm wide. Hanging below the temple is a two-piece incense burner 11.5cm high and 8.2cm wide decorated with 34 ruby cabochons and one diamond
Origin: Japan Shape: Animal : Eagle Material: Silver
Period: Meiji, 1900 Location: Private ()
Description: The silver eagle is inlaid with gold at several points. The object would have been made in Japan—probably as a "very, very important piece"— sometime during the Meiji period, between 1868 and 1911.
Description: Censer displayed in the Arkadi Monastery museum, Crete, Greece.
30 cm high.
Item # 290
Origin: China Shape: Pot : Foo Dog/Komainu Material: Silver
Location: Private (Tania Huntley)
Description: Silver Incense Burner with foo dog on the top
Item # 296
Origin: Peru Shape: Animal : Armadillo Material: Silver
Period: 19th Location: San Antonio Museum of Art
Description: This elegant sahumador (incense burner), 9" x 14" x 5", is an excellent example of fine Peruvian silverwork of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. With objects such as this, upper-class Peruvian families sweetened the atmosphere of their homes and haciendas. Incense burners were also fashioned in the shapes of turkeys and other indigenous animals.
Period: 1622 Location: Novgorod State Museum of History, Architecture and Arts.
Description: This seven dome-shaped incense burner came into the museum in around 1930 from the vestry of St. Antony's monastery. Small, shingled, onion-shaped domes are affixed on the high slim drums with arrow-shaped windows. It has annulated chains which are fixed to the body's bowls through the double tags.