• This lovely brass piece is large but light in weight.  It has great cut-out details and etched filagree that suggests  femininity.
  • This Vintage Incense Burner is large and stately.  It can hold a number of charcoal discs at one time and therefore is an excellent choice for large spaces such as churches, synagogues, mosques, temples,  meeting centers, large homes, and outdoor spaces.
  • This vintage, solid brass Chinese Burner from 1920 (100 years old) is in excellent condition with its original patina.  Typically, burners of this elk are signed as a Vantines.  This one doesn't have the Vantines insignia but is none the less, quite a beauty.  I have sold a number of this kind of burner (it's one of my favorites), but I have never seen one with this type of pointed handle on the lid. Most of the tops to this type of burner have a handle that resembles the roof of a pagoda.  It's a very handsome piece and will add character to any room or setting.
  • This large ceramic incense burner is in excellent condition.  It is too shallow for a cone or charcoal with the lid on.  It would be best for Spiral Incense. One spiral can burn for hours. It has no chips cracks crazing or discoloration. It was crafted in China. Height 4-1/2 Width 5-3/4" Diameter of bowl: 4-5/8"
  • This is a wonderful vintage, brass foo dog, incense burner. Foo Dogs are considered protectors. Foo dog or Chinese lion sits on the lid.  The bottom is marked Japan and there's an engraved signature, but not in Japanese characters.  This is a substantial burner sitting at  7 3/4 x 4 3/4 diameter x 8 high.  There's a tiny dent in the bowl and burn residue remains in the interior. This piece is in great condition with light patina. It's definitely a statement piece. We recommend that you watch our video, Vintage Burners for best results and safety precautions.