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Your search (pagoda) returned 6 incense burners   (click on thumbnail to see full picture)
Origin: France   Shape: Pot : Pagoda   Material: Bronze
Period: 1930   Location: Private ()
Description: This item measures 31/4" square and stands 31/2" tall from base to top of finial.
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.
Item # 298   

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: Pot : Pagoda   Material: Iron
Period: 1900   Location: Private (Khara Bromiley)
Description: Metallic Incense burner pot with a pagoda shaped lid.
Item # 689   

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   

Shape: : Pagoda   Material: Brass
Location: Private (Linda Markey)
Description: It is brass with a pagoda lid covering a glass bowl. There are markings on it – a sun with rays and some letters.
It could most likely be an inkwell.
Item # 758   

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   

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1057 incense burners in the kandaki database (698 from private contributors)

 Featured Theme : LadakhDuring a trip to Ladakh (north India), I took some incense burner pictures in various locations (temples, museums, outdors...)
incense burners used in temples are from various origin (antique or made by the village blacksmith).
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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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