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An antique Middle-Eastern incense burner.

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Six-lobed incense burner (akoda koro), first half of Edo period Japan Black lacquer with decorations in ground gold, pear-skin sprinkling, Ikebana, Natsume, Japanese Incense, Edo Period, Incense Burner, Japan Art, Japanese Culture, Chinese Art, Metropolitan Museum

Incense Burner in the Shape of a Melon with Autumn Flowers and Grasses | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Period: Edo period (1615–1868). Date: early 17th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Lacquer with sprinkled gold decoration in Kōdaiji style; gilt-bronze co...

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Kōdō 香道 - "Way of Incense" is the Japanese art of appreciating incense, and is counted as one of the three classical Japanese arts of refinement (kadō, or ikebana for flower arrangement, kōdō for incense, and sadō for the tea ceremony). Japanese Style, Japanese Art, Japanese Lifestyle, Serenity Now, Japanese Tea Ceremony, High Art, Incense Burner, Nihon, Japanese Culture

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Antique Japanese Bronze Taisho Period Incense Burner Burning Incense, Incense Burner, Taisho Period, Japanese Incense, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Pottery Ideas, Japanese Art, Aromatherapy, Spiritual

Antique Japanese Bronze Taisho Period Incense Burner (item #1122162)

Lovely, small bronze 'Koro' incense burner, Taisho Period C.1920 with rare and unusual almost art deco lid configuration. Swirling strips of bronze with a mystical Fu Dog on top allow the wisps of incense to waft upwards. The body rests on three tripod legs and has a undulating flow. H:about 10cm; W: about 9cm. Ask for shipping quote.

Kyoto ware incense burner later half century or early century Edo period Stoneware with enamels over clear glaze H: W: D: cm Kyoto, Japan Freer Gallery, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Japanese Ceramics, Buddhist Art, Incense Burner, Ceramic Jewelry, Box Art, Ceramic Pottery, Japanese Art

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The koro: a tiny piece of koboku (fragrant wood) is warmed to just the right temperature by the coal buried in the ash Art Walk, Incense Burner, Nihon, Wabi Sabi, Inner Peace, Chinese Style, Bonsai, Wood, How To Make

The korou

The koro: a tiny piece of koboku (fragrant wood) is warmed to just the right temperature by the coal buried in the ash