This is a collection of various incense burners with a good supply of incense. The first incense burner is in a cat-like form from India. The head comes off to expose a well to hold cone or bar-shaped incense. It is of a ceramic material with various symbols engraved on it along with a face image. The following colors represent the scents: (reddish/purple color cones: berry aroma, beige cones are sandalwood, green cones are pine and finally the brown bars are cedar.) It measures 3″ tall and 2 1/2″ wide across. Next are 3 of the popular wood slat type of burner. They all have carved well to catch the ashes and holes at the tops to hold the stick incense. (black narcissus aroma). They all measure approx. 11″ L x 1 1/2″ W. The last set are 2 plaster disks with hole to hold the sick incense. They measure 1 5/8″ W across. All are in very good condition.
1960's, Ceramic Material, Miscellaneous, Wood and Glass
Set of 6 Incense Burners W/ Incense
|Dimensions||13.00 × 4.25 × 3.00 in|