Japanese Incense

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香 Japanese Koro (incense burner)

 This company is the high standard for traditional Japanese incense. years and still going! Traditional Japanese, Japanese Style, Incense Packaging, Japanese Incense, Japan Image, Incense Sticks, Rising Sun, Modern Houses, Home Fragrances

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Shoyeido Japanese Incense ... This company is the high standard for traditional Japanese incense. 300+ years and still going!

This Japanese lacquered incense box may have belonged to Queen Marie-Antoinette of France.

This Japanese lacquered incense box may have belonged to Queen Marie-Antoinette of France.

Oribe revival Pentagonal incense box in Oribe style century Unidentified, Japanese Edo period Stoneware with white slip and iron pigment under clear glaze, and copper-green glaze H: W: D: cm Probably from Akazu village, Seto, Japan Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Japanese Art, Japanese Things, Ikebana, Japanese Incense, Ceramic Boxes, Green Copper, Ceramic Design

Open F|S: Pentagonal incense box in Oribe style

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

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Azabu Art Walk and Kogado Incense Shop

It all began years ago, when I was invited by a friend to attended an opening reception for an exhibition of the famed American potter Warren MacKenzie at Gallery Shun in Hiroo, downtown Tokyo. Own…

Lady Beating a Hand-Drum (Tzusumi) By the Side of The Incense Burner Kubo Shunman (Japanese, Date: probably 1815 Culture: Japan Medium: Part of an album of woodblock prints (surimono); ink and color on paper Kabuki Dance, Japanese Incense, Flower Artists, Art Japonais, Japanese Painting, Japan Art, Historical Maps, Orient, Vintage Wall Art

Kubo Shunman | Lady Beating a Hand-Drum (Tzusumi) By the Side of The Incense Burner | Japan | The Met

a description update was made to this lovely vintage Kutani piece. Please see our many other Kutani. Japanese Kutani 九谷焼 Koro/ Incense Burner of Momiji by Kosen Kutani Ikebana, Japanese Incense, Japanese Porcelain, Japanese Patterns, Incense Burner, Tea Bowls, Tea Ceremony, Vintage Japanese, Art Decor

Japanese Kutani 九谷焼 Koro or Incense Burner of Momiji by Kosen

Title: Japanese Kutani 九谷焼 Koro or Incense Burner of Momiji by Kosen, Status: SOLD, Category: Porcelain & Pottery, Shop: The Many Faces of Japan, Description: A Japanese Kutani 九谷焼 censer or Incense Burner of Momiji decoration by the Kosen Kutani kiln The motif or momiji or maple leaves, are hand-painted in overglaze enamels on the dark blue body. This

Large Japanese Satsuma Incense Burner with Gilt Foo Dog Finial and Handles Japanese China, Japanese Incense, Satsuma Vase, Antique Jade, Foo Dog, Japanese Porcelain, Incense Burner, Chinese Antiques, Chinese Art

LARGE SIGNED JAPANESE SATSUMA KORO INCENSE CENSER W/ GILT FOO DOG FINIAL/HANDLES

LARGE SIGNED JAPANESE SATSUMA KORO INCENSE CENSER W/ GILT FOO DOG FINIAL/HANDLES | eBay

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Plum Blossoms (Baika-ju) by Shoyeido Soft whisper of sweet sandalwood, cinnamon, and star anise. I love having my home smelling of this. Creates an atmosphere of comfort --- home as a haven from the cares of the outside world.

Plum Blossoms (Baika-ju) by Shoyeido | Luckyscent

Plum Blossoms (Baika-ju) by Shoyeido

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B2495 Antique Japanese Porcelain Arita Imari Incense Burner | eBay

Porcelain & Pottery 1850-1899 Japanese Antiques | eBay

Shop from the world's largest selection and best deals for Porcelain & Pottery 1850-1899 Japanese Antiques. Shop with confidence on eBay!

Incense box (kogo) in the form of a plum flower, Edo period century Japan, Hizen Province, Kutani kilns Porcelain with polychrome overglaze decoration; Japanese Porcelain, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Japanese Colors, Traditional Japanese, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art

Edo-Period Japanese Porcelain | Essay | The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

The porcelain the Dutch brought to Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries was some of the first Japanese art to which Europeans were exposed.

Antique Daruma Koro - This is essentially an incense vessel in the likeness of Japan's legendary monk, Novelty koros play a part in Japanese tea ceremony. Japanese Incense, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Buddhist Monk, Two By Two, Things To Come, San, Antiques, Reading, Etsy

Antique koro 1367 very unusual signed tomobako | Etsy

This is a very unusual ceramic daruma koro. It is made to hold fragrance. It comes with a signed box, a tomobako. These koro are usually used in the tea ceremony. Size Diameter = 2 inches ( 4.5 cm) = width, -------------------------------------------------------------- Height = 3 inches ( 6.5 cm) This is the height of the main body. ------------------------------------------------------------ Weight = 5 ounces ( 149 gm)…