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This 4 1/2" high (with lid) incense burner is by Noritake from Japan, done in the Satsuma style on porcelain. This type of ware was mass produced during both the Taisho (1913-1926) and the early Showa (1926-1988) periods. Satsuma style used raised enamel (moriage) for scenes, outlines and decoration. This incense burner is 4 1/2" wide across the two handles which are Komainu (Foo-dogs) that traditionally guard a shrine. The finial is also a Foo-dog, all of which have a touch of gold paint on top. The burner has 3 feet, and a scene of just one person on the front. This is colorful and intriguing, and will hold a bit of incense of perhaps some potpourri for your room. I have another similar incense burner or censer listed here, and will combine orders for discount and shipping savings. Please email me with any questions you may have and thank-you for shopping here at Something Wonderful.

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Noritake Japanese Moriage Incense Burner

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