The Museum
Search

Categories
Contact

Send pictures/decription of your items
They will be displayed in the gallery !

 HOW TO and ADVICES

  Back to Kandaki main page
 

Your search (ding) returned 18 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Cloisonne
Period: Qing Dynasty   Location: Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona
Description: Incense burner made during the Qing Dynasty in China, around the late 17th or early 18th century. Its shape, called Fangding, is based on an earlier style from the Late Shang Dynasty, the earliest period of recorded history in China. The bright enamel on this piece was applied using the technique of cloisonné.
Item # 23 
http://www.phxart.org/fangding.html

Origin: China   Incense: Stick   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: Shang Dynasty   Location: [outdoor] History Museum, Beijing.
Description: The “Si Mu Wu” ding dates to the late Shang Dynasty (c.17th to 11th century B.C.). Weighing 875 kilograms, it is 133 centimeters high and rectangular in shape, standing on four legs. It was made for the King of Shang to offer sacrifices to his dead mother Wu. In the periods when Buddhism was the predominant faith in the country, the ding was also used as a religious incense-burner. (Unearthed in Anyang, Henan)
Item # 453 
http://e.cnci.gov.cn/

Origin: China   Incense: Stick   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: 2000   Location: Private (JJD)
Description: Bronze small (14 cm * 11 cm) replica of “Si Mu Wu” ding (item # 453)
Item # 454 
http://www.royalcurio.com

Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Jade
Period: Qianlong dynasty (18 th)   Location: Piasa
Description: Green jade incense burner, with dragon engravings. Width : 13,7 cm ; Height : 15,5 cm.
Item # 468 
http://www.auction.fr/cp/piasa/uk/index.php

Origin: China   Shape: Ding : Phoenix   Material: Bronze
Period: 17 th   Location: Piasa
Description: Bronze ding with «ri yue tong geng» lettering. The two handles are decorated with a Phoenix's head. Height: 19 cm. The lid is made of wood.
Item # 469 
http://www.auction.fr/cp/piasa/uk/index.php

Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: King Cheng (1063-1025 B.C.)   Location: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
Description: Bronse Ding(Ritual Cooking Vessel) also used as incense burner, 27.94 x 15.24 x 18.42 cm
Item # 470 
http://www.nelson-atkins.org

Origin: Asia   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Location: Private (Jamal Nasser)
Description: Bronze Ding
Item # 507   

Origin: China   Shape: Ding : Dragon   Material: Bronze
Period: Shang dynasty (13-11th BC)   Location: Tokyo National Museum   (photo by: JJD)
Description: Bronze Incense burner, or Ding cooking vessel with dragon design.
Item # 550 
http://www.tnm.go.jp/en/index.html

Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: Shang dynasty (13-11th BC)   Location: Tokyo National Museum   (photo by: JJD)
Description: Bronze Incense burner, or Ding cooking vessel with Taotie design. The Taotie is a motif commonly found on ritual bronze vessels from the Shang and Zhou Dynasty. The design typically consists of a zoomorphic mask, described as being frontal, symmetrical, with a pair of eyes and typically no lower jaw area.
Item # 551 
http://www.tnm.go.jp/en/index.html

Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: Shang, middle Anyang, 1100 BC   Location: Ostasiatiska museet, Stockholm, Sweeden   (photo by: JJD)
Description: Bronze vessel, decorated with small and big dragons in relief. Two great opposing dragons form a taotie mask.
Item # 836 
Ostasiatiska museet

Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: Shang, Erligang / early Anyang, 1200 BC   Location: Ostasiatiska museet, Stockholm, Sweeden   (photo by: JJD)
Description: Bronze vessel for cooking or incense.
Item # 837 
Ostasiatiska museet

Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: Zhou Dynasty, 700-600 BC   Location: Ostasiatiska museet, Stockholm, Sweeden   (photo by: JJD)
Description: Shallow bowl on thre cabriole legs.
Item # 843 
Ostasiatiska museet

Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: Xuande   Location: Ostasiatiska museet, Stockholm, Sweeden   (photo by: JJD)
Description: Censer in the shape of a ding. Bronze with old splash decoration. Xuande reign marks.
Item # 846 
Ostasiatiska museet

Origin: China   Shape: Ding : Foo Dog/Komainu   Material: Bronze
Location: Private (Eric Colvin)
Description: Bronze Ding with dragon shaped inlay, a foo dog is sitting on the lid.
Item # 853   

Origin: China   Shape: Ding   Material: Bronze
Period: Shang Dynasty (13th to 11th BC)   Location: Private (Rajen Diran)
Description: Ding made from bronze and could be from the Shang Dynasty (13th to 11th BC). Dimensions: Height:15.5 cm, Length: 13 cm, Width: 10 cm It has motifs of dragons and lines that imitate the Chinese alphabet. It comes complete with a cover and an inner compartment.
Item # 884   

15 items displayed (1 - 15) / 18 item found

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
 Have a look