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Origin: Turkey Shape: PodMaterial: Silver
Location: Usak Museum
Description: The broad shallow cup has a rounded shoulder and a plain vertical rim. It is soldered to the top of a tall pedestal which flares, at first gently and then sharply, to a splayed base. The conical cover is composed of ten stepped tiers, the lowest of which fits over the rim of the cup. Cut out of the central eight tiers are arrow shaped slots to allow the smoke of the incense to escape. Height of stand 1 7.9 cm. height of cover 1 0.9 cm, diameter of cover 6.3 cm, total weight 221.48 gr.
Origin: Vietnam Shape: Pod : Lotus Material: Copper
Period: 12th-13th Location: James Singer, London
Description: H 15 cm. The basic shape and several of the distinctive design elements-particularly the sphere in the base, the lotuses and the lozenge shapes-can be found on Vietnamese ceramics of the 12th and 13th centuries.
Description: Ottoman incense burner made of massive heavy brass. Diameter of tray about 6.3" (16cm), height 8.2" (21cm)
Item # 231
Origin: Turkey Shape: PodMaterial: Brass
Period: 19th Location: Private (Eckhard Hüning)
Description: Ottoman incense burner, from Turkey or Syria.
Diameter of tray about 9.84" (25cm), height 14.2" (36cm)
Item # 232
Origin: Syria Shape: PodMaterial: Brass
Period: 18th Location: Private (Eckhard Hüning)
Description: Ottoman incense burner. Made of brass very fine engraved. Diameter of tray about 11.41" (29cm), height 11.81" (30cm)
Item # 233
Origin: Japan Incense: Stick Shape: Pod : Lotus
Period: 12 th Location: [outdoor] DaibutsuDen Temple at Kamakura, Japan (photo by: JJD)
Description: This large incense burner is placed directly at the seat of the Daibutsu (Dai means "large" and Butsu is The Buddha).
The bronze statue is 22.3 meters tall and weighs 121 tons. It was once surrounded by a temple, but in 1498 a tsunami came ashore and swept away everything except the enormous statue.
Origin: Greece Incense: Oil Shape: PodMaterial: Metal
Period: 2000 Location: Village of Bali, Crete. (photo by: JJD)
Description: This incense burner is into an altar located near the village of Bali, Crete.
Item # 292
Origin: Europe Shape: PodMaterial: Metal
Period: 1930 Location: Becker Street Antiques
Description: The burner is about 7 1/2 inches tall.
A.A. Vantines, was a company that produced many art deco jewelry, sculptures and perfume burners from about 1865-1948. Vantines was based in New York and their items where from Japan, China, and Turkey. Later items came from France as well.