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Antique Japanese Mixed Metal & Bronze Meiji Covered Urn featuring raised cranes across the entire removeable top and body of the footed urn. In both China and Japan, the crane has great importance. It's called the intermediary between earth and heaven. Artist signed on bottom. Measures - 10 1/8" high x 8" wide.

Antique Japanese Mixed Metal & Bronze Meiji Covered Urn featuring raised cranes across the entire removeable top and body of the footed urn. In both China and Japan, the crane has great importance. It's called the intermediary between earth and heaven. Artist signed on bottom. Measures - 10 1/8" high x 8" wide.

Rare Antique Pair Chinese Cloisonne Quail Incense Burners 18th/19th C.

Rare Antique Pair Chinese Cloisonne Quail Incense Burners 18th/19th C.

蝋型鋳造 六面吉祥地紋香炉

蝋型鋳造 六面吉祥地紋香炉

Indian Incense Burner

Indian Incense Burner

Koh-ro, Japanese Incense Burner

Koh-ro, Japanese Incense Burner

A shibuichi and mixed metal incense burner (koro) and cover By Toshiyuki, Meiji period (late 19th century)

A shibuichi and mixed metal incense burner (koro) and cover By Toshiyuki, Meiji period (late 19th century)

万葉六花撰文香炉

万葉六花撰文香炉

Syrian (Artist)  PERIOD  13th century (Medieval)  MEDIUM  brass with silver inlay	  (Metal)  ACCESSION NUMBER  54.451  MEASUREMENTS  7 11/16 x 3 13/16 in. (19.5 x 9.7 cm) (h. x diam.) width at legs 5 5/16 in. (13.45 cm)  GEOGRAPHIES  Syria (Place of Origin)  This engraved and inlaid incense burner with a pierced top is decorated with birds on an arabesque background.

Syrian (Artist) PERIOD 13th century (Medieval) MEDIUM brass with silver inlay (Metal) ACCESSION NUMBER 54.451 MEASUREMENTS 7 11/16 x 3 13/16 in. (19.5 x 9.7 cm) (h. x diam.) width at legs 5 5/16 in. (13.45 cm) GEOGRAPHIES Syria (Place of Origin) This engraved and inlaid incense burner with a pierced top is decorated with birds on an arabesque background.

Metal incense burner with roosters by SHOAMI Katsuyoshi (1832-1908), Japan 正阿弥勝義

Metal incense burner with roosters by SHOAMI Katsuyoshi (1832-1908), Japan 正阿弥勝義

japanese koro

japanese koro

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