This elegant incense burner from Takaoka, Japan, is a testament to four centuries of tradition in metalworking. It is made using traditional casting techniques and exudes a touch of the old spirit. Delicate details lend it lightness, while the blackened metal body gives it weight. It is suitable for various types of incense and can be filled directly with cones, resin, incense sticks or herbs, placed on a bed of ash, rice or sand. The bowl was specially developed for incense but can of course put other things inside as well.
In 1916, Nousaku began producing Buddhist ritual objects, tea sets and vases made of brass and bronze in Takaoka, Japan. The fourth generation foundry uses traditional sand casting techniques, tradition and the properties of the materials are at the forefront of design development, and each product is hand-finished to bring out the unique beauty of each metal.
'Pagoda' incense burner from Nousaku
Design: Yuka Arii
Material: Brass, antique black colored
Dimensions: 7.6 cm x 15.2 cm
Comes in 'Kiri' wooden gift box.
Made in Japan.
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