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Aquamanile in Form eines Fabeltiers (Aquamanile) Datierung: 12. Jh. Ort: Deutsch (Niedersachsen?); Material/Technik: Kupferlegierung, gegossen, ziseliert Maße: H. 18,1 cm; L. 15 cm

Title Aquamanile in the form of a mythical creature (bronze) Nationality German Description Fabeltier-Aquamanile; Location Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg (Nuernberg), Germany Medium bronze Date Dimensions cms

Mesopotamia (Iraq, Seljuq) - 1181-1182 Incense Burner (Metropolitan Museum of Art - cast bronze)

Mesopotamia (Iran, Seljuq) - Incense Burner (Metropolitan Museum of Art - cast bronze)

BRONZE CAST INCENSE BURNER IN THE SHAPE OF A FELINEKHORASSAN, NORTH EAST IRAN, 11th/12th CENTURY.Hammer (EUR) 27000

Auction catalogues: Fine Arts and Antiques, Modern Art / Kataloge Versteigerungen: Antiquitaeten, Moderne Kunst

Three bird-shaped incense burners    Object Name:      Incense burner  Date:      12th–13th century  Geography:      Central Asia or Eastern Iran  Medium:      Bronze; cast, pierced, and engraved  Dimensions:      9 13/16 x 3 9/16 x 7 3/8 in. (25 x 9 x 18.8 cm)  Classification:      Metal

Three bird-shaped incense burners Object Name: Incense burner Date: century Geography: Central Asia or Eastern Iran Medium: Bronze; cast, pierced, and engraved Dimensions: 9 x 3 x 7 in. x 9 x cm) Classification: Metal

A Bronze Incense Burner [Koro] Edo Period (19th century) Modelled as a hare with long ears, fitted wood box

prostotac: “ A Bronze Incense Burner [Koro] Edo Period century) Modelled as a hare with long ears, fitted wood box (via) ”

Germany - Iran - Fine Arts - Persia's Ancient Splendor Exhibit - 42-16738426 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. German woman studying an incense burner, dating from the 11th or 12th century B.C., on display at the Bergbaumuseum. The piece was included in the exhibit 'Persia's Ancient Splendor,' which featured many artifacts and works of art never before seen in Europe.

Cat incense burner, dating from the or century B., from Persia - love this

statue of Nike Incense Burner - Greek period, about 500-480 BC, at the Getty Villa

Etruscan Zuci incense burner with eagle or duck on top of a winged figure Bee Goddess.

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