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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 
Cite de la ceramique

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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1009 incense burners in the kandaki database (654 from private contributors)

 Theme of the month : MongoliaDuring a trip to Mongolia, I took some incense burner pictures in various locations (temples, museums, yurts...)
Very often represented on mongolian incense burners are the eight auspicious symbols (naimin takhel) that are associated with the gifts given to Buddha: the white conch shell, the precious umbrella, the victory banner, the two golden fishes, the Dharma wheel (eight-spoked golden wheel), the Auspicious drawing (knot of eternity), the lotus flower and the treasure vase
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