Japanese koro (incense burner) love this one.  V.

Japanese koro (incense burner) love this one. V.

Incense burner, 19th century (Edo period or Meiji era). Stoneware with iron glaze; silver lid.

Incense burner, 19th century (Edo period or Meiji era). Stoneware with iron glaze; silver lid.

九谷焼・本金青粒鉄仙香炉

九谷焼・本金青粒鉄仙香炉

Kōgō, or incense box, in the form of a hare, wood covered in bronze-gold lacquer, nashiji lacquer inside and on base | lapin

Kōgō, or incense box, in the form of a hare, wood covered in bronze-gold lacquer, nashiji lacquer inside and on base | lapin

Koh-ro, Japanese Incense Burner

Koh-ro, Japanese Incense Burner

Incense Burner TeePee that smokes, Ceramic Navy Blue and White, Native American Aztec Design, Stoneware Clay Pottery, Unique Namaste Gift by JessicaHicklin on Etsy:

Incense Burner TeePee that smokes, Ceramic Navy Blue and White, Native American Aztec Design, Stoneware Clay Pottery, Unique Namaste Gift by JessicaHicklin on Etsy:

Japanese Incense burner

Japanese Incense burner

Japanese Art | Incense burner, refashioned from a bottle (late 18th-19th century) | Edo period | Porcelain with cobalt decoration under clear glaze; silver lid, H: 12.5 W: 15.2 cm, Kyoto, Japan

Japanese Art | Incense burner, refashioned from a bottle (late 18th-19th century) | Edo period | Porcelain with cobalt decoration under clear glaze; silver lid, H: 12.5 W: 15.2 cm, Kyoto, Japan

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

Incense Burner ("Koro") with Tokugawa Family Crest ("Aoi mon") · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art

Incense Burner ("Koro") with Tokugawa Family Crest ("Aoi mon") · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art

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