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Your search (building) returned 18 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: Japan   Shape: Building   Material: Bronze
Period: Pre 1920   Location: The Kura
Description: Hut shaped bronze incense holder with removable roof dating to the first part of the 20th century. Vents in the roof and two windows allow the smoke to escape. The miniature building is propped up on four realistic posts and punctured by a round latticed window on one side, a large square window on the other. The entire piece is given a mud wall like texture. The thatched roof is peaked with a bundle of three logs cast separately from the main body. There is one pinhole in the bronze just below the circular window. The house measures 4 inches (10cm) wide, 3-1/2 inches (9cm) deep, 3-1/2 inches,(9cm) tall.
Item # 15 
http://www.the-kura.com

Origin: UK   Shape: Building   Material: Ceramic
Location: J. Clayton Spears and Co., Atlanta
Description: Staffordshire Cottage Pastille Burner. A scented pastille was placed inside the cottage, set alight, and the smoke rose through the chimney. You could probably do the same today with a small incense cone, though these cottages are nowadays more often treated as cabinet pieces. 4.75" by 5.25".
Item # 59 
http://www.rubylane.com/ni/shops/obanantiques

Origin: France   Incense: Oil   Shape: Building   Material: Ceramic
Period: 2000   
Description: Maison pendule brule parfum. Ref : 4032
Item # 168 
http://www.cactose.fr/index.htm

Origin: USA   Incense: Cone   Shape: Building   Material: Ceramic
Period: 2000   Location: location
Description: Ceramic Native American Ceremonial House ConeBurner, 2" high
Item # 169 
http://www.incenseholders.com

Origin: USA   Shape: Building   Material: Adobe
Period: 2000   Location: Sunland Home
Description: This Adobe House Burner is realistic hand painted clay. Incense smoke rises through the chimney . 3in.h x 4in.l
Item # 170 
http://www.sunlandhome.com

Origin: USA   Shape: Building   Material: Ceramic
Period: 2000   Location: Scentsations
Description: Mexican Chimney, 7" X 5.5"
Item # 171 
http://www.theriver.com/scentsations/index.html

Origin: USA   Shape: Building   Material: Ceramic
Period: 2000   Location: Scentsations
Description: Large Tipi (Tepee) Burner Cover. 8.75" X 8"
Item # 172 
http://www.theriver.com/scentsations/index.html

Origin: Japan   Shape: Building   Material: Porcelain
Period: 19th   Location: Tanakaya, Paris, France
Description: House shaped incense burner, Kutani Porcelain, Height: 20 cm, Width: 17 cm
Item # 189 
http://www.tanakaya.fr

Origin: Japan   Shape: Building   Material: Iron
Location: Private (Jay & Lori Pitts)
Description: The hut is cast iron. The top is one single piece and the bottom is two pieces welded together.Removable roof all cast one piece with two small vent holes at the end of one log on top; one small vent hole under log faceing front. Bottom piece has a round window in the front with no holes in it and a door with a porch canopy? Left side has a square window with two large rectangular vents. Other side has a cresent moon shaped vent and a cut out corner. Back looks like frames and mud wall.
Item # 432   

Origin: Japan   Shape: Building : Pagoda   Material: Iron
Location: Private (Cathy)
Description: This incense burner is 6 inches tall and the bottom is 2 7/8 inches square. It is cast iron. I could not find a maker mark. I believe it is probably made in Japan. It is very heavy and weighs 26 ozs.
Item # 501   

Shape: Building : Dragon   Material: Metal
Location: Private (Tami)
Description: This Incense burner is made of heavy metal with a silver tone. It has four pieces, the bottom has a case of stairsand is decorated with dragons, the inside pieces look more like a gold color, and im guessing its where u would put the incense cone, the top looks like a house and sits right on top of the platform piece. Both top and bottom have holes to release the smoke.
Item # 629   

Origin: Asia   Shape: Building : Pagoda   
Location: Private (Roberta Downing)
Description: It is made of enameled sterling silver. (The cylindrical portion is some type of stone.)
Item # 734   

Origin: Asia   Shape: Building : Pagoda   Material: Bronze
Period: 19 th   Location: Private (Jerry Harmer)
Description: Buddhist bronze incense burner, maybe from Tibet as traditional crafts often represent Pagodas in this country.
Item # 789   

Origin: Japan   Shape: Building   Material: Bronze
Location: Private (Giorgos Alexandridis)
Description: Incense burner, 16cm tall 14cm long 10cm wide and weights 900gr.
See item #015 for reference.
Item # 825   

Origin: Japan   Shape: Building   Material: Brass
Location: Private (Snow)
Description: Water mill shaped incense burner. Stamped 'Japan'
Item # 866   

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 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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