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Your search (china) returned 238 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: China   Shape: Pot   Material: Cloisonne
Period: XVI°   
Description: en émail cloisonné, couvercle en bois ajouré surmonté d’un personnage en pierre dure formant prise. Chine, époque XVI°
Item # 18

Origin: China   Shape: Pot   Material: Jade
Period: Qing Dynasty, 19th   
Description: Green Jade
Item # 19

Origin: China   Shape: Pot : Lion   Material: Soapstone
Period: 19th   Location: TinnyFisher’s Antiques, Mountain View, HI
Description: An 19th century or earlier carved soapstone incense burner. Done in a soft green jade like soapstone.
Item # 20

Origin: China   Incense: Stick   Shape: Bowl   Material: Glass
Period: Qing Dynasty, 19th   
Description: Pink Peking Glass Incense Burner
Item # 21

Origin: China   Shape: Pot   Material: Jade
Location: Hodgson Memorial Library at Bryant College Rhode, Island
Description: Jade Incense Burner with Base (Triple Carved) Covered with Rings
Item # 22

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

Origin: China   Incense: Stick   Shape: Bowl   Material: Porcelain
Period: Ching dynasty, 19th   Location: Santa Barbara, California
Description: Chinese Celadon Porcelain Incense Burner. Subtle and refined 19th-century Chinese monochrome porcelain tripod censer or incense burner, Ching dynasty. Fine bluish-green glaze. Dimensions: 2 ½” high, 3 ½” diameter.
Item # 24

Origin: China   Shape: Pot : Lion   Material: Cloisonne
Description: This cloisonné incense burner stands 18 inches high with lion handled top. 24 in tall by 18 in. Cloisonné is a process of applying enamel to a metal infrastructure. The intricate patterns seen with cloisonné are achieved by corralling the different enamel applications between strands of fine wire (cloison) on the surface of a typically copper vessel.
Item # 25

Origin: China   Shape: Bowl   Material: Porcelain
Period: Northern Song Dynasty A.D.960-1127   
Description: Sky blue glaze is the base colour of the Jun ware. The three interior marks were left by the spurs used to support a ware. Height: 13cm Mouth diameter: 14.3cm
Item # 26

Origin: China   Shape: Pot : Dragon   Material: Bronze
Period: Ming dynasty   Location: Glenwood South Antiques
Description: Ming dynasty (ca. 1650) bronze incense burner inscribed with characters "Proclaim virtue." Dragon and monster bird in high relief decorate the sides and top. Height: 13 in. (33.02 cm) Width: 11 in. (27.94 cm)
Item # 27

Origin: China   Shape: Mountain/Boshanlu   Material: Bronze
Period: 113 BC   Location: Hebei provincial museum
Description: Boshan-Lu incense burner. Bronze inlaid with gold. Height:26cm , Diameter: 15.5cm
Item # 28   

Origin: China   Shape: Urn   
Location: Chinesse
Description: KOORS ROSE : Hauteur 68 CM Diamétre 44 CM
Item # 29

Origin: China   Shape: 2 tiers   Material: Bronze
Period: Ching Dynasty   Location: Aauriux Dynasty Creations
Description: This bronze incense burner is 235 years old from the Ching Dynasty. This piece is very detailed with much symbology. The lid has old chinese coins and bats that represent wealth and happiness. The handle part is a mythological unicorn (Kalin) that represents abundance. Lucky money is surrounded by leaves and flowers. There are also other objects that are believed to be used for Fung-Shui on the burner. The bottom of the container is stamped with varification of the time of this creation. Dimensions: 9 x 8 inches
Item # 30

Origin: China   Shape: Pot   Material: Bronze
Period: 1850   Location: Warners Antiques, Denver
Description: Three footed Chinese bronze incense burner 4 inches tall including lid and 5 inches wide including handles.Circa mid to late 1800s
Item # 31

Origin: China   Incense: Stick   Shape: Animal : Lion   Material: Bronze
Period: Ming Dynasty   Location: Rugs-n-relics
Description: This ferocious fellow is a Bronze incense burner from the Chinese Ming period c.1700. It is a figure of the typical lion-dog used to ward off eivil spirits. The head is hinged, and the body was usually partly filled with sand into which the burning joss-sticks (incense) were stuck. With the head hinged back in place- the smoke comes realistically out of the mouth of the figure.
Item # 32

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 Featured Theme : MongoliaDuring a trip to Mongolia, I took some incense burner pictures in various locations (temples, museums, yurts...)
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