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Origin: China   Shape: Urn   Material: Bronze
Location: [outdoor] International Buddhist Society
Description: The Bronze Incense Burner graces the courtyard in front of the Main Gracious Hall. The Burner is an exact duplicate of the original which resides in the Beijing Museum. Cast in red bronze, the burner has three storeys and is 3.5 meters high.
Item # 34

Origin: China   Incense: Stick   Shape: Urn   Material: Bronze
Period: 282 AD   Location: [outdoor] NingBo Temple
Description: Situated under the Luhua Peak in Taibai Mountains, Asoka Temple is 19 kilometers to the east of Ningbo and is one of the "China Five Buddhist Mountains". It is the only remaining temple in China named after Asoka, the famed Indian Buddhist king. The temple was built in 282 AD and is over 1700 years old.
Item # 35 
Ningbo city

Origin: China   Shape: Urn   Material: Bronze
Period: Qing Dynasty   Location: [outdoor] Bejing Forbidden City
Description: Incense burner in the Imperial Garden from the Bejing Forbidden City
Item # 407

Origin: Spain   Shape: Censer   Material: Brass
Period: 1851   Location: Santiago de Compostela Cathedral   (photo by: Ron Graybill)
Description: The Botafumeiro is a famous thurible found in the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. Incense is burned in this swinging metal container, or "incensory". The name "Botafumeiro" means "smoke expeller" in Galician. It is made of an alloy of brass and bronze and is plated by a very thin 20 micrometre layer of silver. The current Botafumeiro was created by the gold and silversmith José Losada in 1851. It is one of the largest censers in the world, weighing 80 kg and measuring 1.60 m in height.
Item # 623

Origin: Germany   Shape: Sphere   Material: Aluminium
Period: 2010   Location: St. Jodokus Church, in Waghäusel.
Description: Giant church spherical incense burner (1.4 meter diameter), made by Otfried Kallfass from Freiburg.
Item # 792

Origin: Germany   Shape: Censer   Material: Steel
Period: 1998   Location: Augsburg, Germany
Description: The largest transportable and rotatable censer belongs to the Episcopal Diocese of Augsburg. The stainless steel barrel is 3 feet tall, has a diameter of 1.5 m and weighs 180 kg.
Item # 793

Origin: Germany   Shape: Sphere   Material: Brass
Period: 2008   Location: Würzburg, Germany
Description: This transportable and rotatable censer belongs to the Diözese of Würzburg. The 2.05 m in height and 1.75 m wide frame holds a 1.20 m diameter sphere, with a weight of 96 kg.
Item # 794

Origin: Germany   Shape: Censer   Material: Steel
Period: 2008   Location: Paderborn, Germany
Description: This giant incense burner, located in the the Diözese of Paderborn is 4 meters high and has a diameter of 1.90 meters. The galvanized steel construction weighs 500 kilograms.
Item # 795

Origin: Japan   Shape: Urn : Foo Dog/Komainu   Material: Bronze
Period: 7 th   Location: [outdoor] Zenko-ji Temple, Nagano, Japan
Description: The incense burner in front of Zenko-ji. Visitors rub the incense smoke on their bodies for good health and fortune. A high priest or priestess holds early-morning blessing ceremonies here.
Item # 800 

Origin: China   Shape: Pot   Material: Cloisonne
Period: Qing (1644-1912)   Location: Musee Cernuschi, Paris (Retour d'Asie exhibition)   (photo by: JJD)
Description: Giant (1 m high) incense burner. Cloisonné enamels on copper
Item # 1055 
Musee Cernuschi
Retour d'Asie

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 Featured Theme : LadakhDuring a trip to Ladakh (north India), I took some incense burner pictures in various locations (temples, museums, outdors...)
incense burners used in temples are from various origin (antique or made by the village blacksmith).
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 Featured Theme : MongoliaDuring a trip to Mongolia, I took some incense burner pictures in various locations (temples, museums, yurts...)
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