Origin: Korea Incense: Cone Shape: BoxMaterial: Ceramic
Period: 2000 Location: Korean Arts
Description: The Yuk-gak, "hexagon-shaped" celadon incense burner features an alternating cranes among the clouds and chrysanthemum design on its six sides which represent immortality, health and well being. It is finished in jade-green with pronounced crazing in the glaze. The top is removable for placing incense cones inside. Size: (H)5" x 3.2"
Description: Wood Ashcatcher. Size 35 x 5 x 5 cm, Space for spare sticks. Decorated with brass incrustations
Item # 179
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
Period: 19th Location: Skinner Antiques & Fine Arts
Description: Satsuma Incense burner with scenes of women on a veranda, a village, mandarin ducks, and cranes, cobalt blue borders with gilt designs of bamboo and cherry blossoms, signed Kinkozan," ht. 6, lg. 8 in."