Description: Carved in Norse interlace style, this dragon will hold incense sticks between its teeth. The runic inscription around the base is a line taken from the "Prayer to the Sylphs." It reads: "Thou wou ascendest upon the clouds and dost fly upon the wings of the wind.Size: 16" x 3" x 3/4"
Origin: Tibet Incense: Stick Shape: Box : Dragon Material: Wood
Period: 19th Location: Antique Zen Asian Antiques
Description: Carved Tibetan wooden incense burner depicting dragon and lions. It is carved out of wood and has a wide drawer in front. The long rectangular lid, which can be removed, has elaborate carvings of dragons, Tibetan snow lions and a dish of precious wishing gems. The wide drawer is filled with rice or other grains and burning incense sticks are stuck on this trough of grains in order to stand. The lid is removed when incense sticks are being offered and burned. Size is 20" height x 29" width x 7" depth. 11 lbs
Origin: Costa Rica Incense: Stick Shape: Ashcatcher Material: Wood
Period: 2000 Location: Private (JJD)
Description: 20 cm long wood ashcatcher, found in a shop near Poas volcano.
Item # 350
Origin: USA Incense: Oil Shape: Aroma Lamp Material: Wood
Period: 2000 Location: Inner Journeys
Description: Wood & Glass Electric Oil Burner : This little lamp even has a dimmer switch, in case you just want a little soft light without the fragrance.
Graceful Japanese styling makes it beautifully decorative as well as functional. Uses a two-prong low voltage halogen bulb (included).