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Your search (brazier) returned 14 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: Oriental   Shape: Brazier   Material: Brass
Location: Private (David Brennan)
Description: Brass incense burner with silver overlay. May also be a heating or cooking brazier.
see item #588 for reference.
Item # 353   

Origin: Oriental   Shape: Brazier : Human   Material: Copper
Location: Private (Patti Lowman)
Description: It is made of copper with bronze feet and measures 3 feet in height and 25 inches in diameter. The woman in top is holding a snake and the feet of the burner are lion's heads.
Item # 387   

Origin: Turkey   Shape: Brazier   Material: Brass
Period: 2000   Location: Private (Robert Voetberg)
Description: It is brass and stands about 2' in height and the base is 20" across
Item # 394   

Origin: Turkey   Shape: Brazier   Material: Copper
Period: 2000   Location: FADparis.com - Fashion and Decoration
Description: Incense burner, height = 132 cm
Item # 402 
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Origin: Oriental   Shape: Brazier : Bird   Material: Brass
Location: Private (Jim)
Description: This Incense Burner stands 27" tall to the tip of the bird. The tray is 18" wide, the base is 13" and the bowl/vessel is 5 1/2" deep and 11 " across. It has a white, crusty residue in it. May also be a heating or cooking brazier.
see item #353 for reference
Item # 588   

Origin: Oriental   Shape: Brazier   Material: Copper
Location: Private (Larison Lockhart)
Description: Copper 3 pieces burner. (21.5 inches diameter). May rather be a heating or cooking brazier.
see items #353,#588,#626 for reference
Item # 656   

Origin: Mexico   Shape: Brazier : Human   Material: Ceramic
Period: 900-1521   Location: Musee national de Ceramique de Sevres, France   (photo by: Sylvie D)
Description: Anthopomorphic censer, found in Isla de Sacrificios (Gulf of Mexico).
Item # 749 
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Origin: Mexico   Shape: Brazier   Material: Ceramic
Period: 900-1521   Location: Musee national de Ceramique de Sevres, France   (photo by: Sylvie D)
Description: Nicely decorated burner, found in Isla de Sacrificio (Gulf of Mexico)
Item # 750 
Cite de la ceramique

Origin: Japan   Shape: Brazier   Material: Ceramic
Period: 1750-1800   Location: Musee national de Ceramique de Sevres, France   (photo by: Sylvie D)
Description: Green glazed burner, from Kyfishfi, Japan
Item # 752 
Cite de la ceramique

Origin: Oriental   Shape: Brazier   Material: Brass
Location: Private (Richard Huggins)
Description: Brass, copper, silver inlayed Burner or Brazier (used for heating or cooking).
Item # 835   

Origin: Oriental   Shape: Brazier : Bird   Material: Brass
Location: Private (Sue Gemmell)
Description: This Burner stands 1 meter tall to the tip of the bird. May be a heating or cooking brazier.
see items #353 and #588 for reference
Item # 901 
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Origin: Sultanate of Oman   Shape: Brazier   Material: Copper
Location: Private (James Moore)
Description: Copper vessel bought in Nizwa Oman, size is - 26cm wide x 12cm
It may be a heating or cooking brazier.
Item # 926   

Origin: Oriental   Shape: Brazier   Material: Copper
Location: Private (Rebecca Drakeley)
Description: This heating device measures 82cm tall and 50cm wide. The top appears to depict a serpents head on an eagle body.
see item #387 for reference
Item # 927   

Origin: Oriental   Shape: Brazier   Material: Brass
Location: Private (Brandon Hotchkiss)
Description: It appears to be brass with copper hammer pounded rivits holding the 4 handles. It has 3 legs and is etched with elephants all the way around. The height is roughly 3-4 feet. Should be a heating or cooking device.
Item # 956   

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1037 incense burners in the kandaki database (680 from private contributors)

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