Incense Burner- A Turtle Looking Up The Sky

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In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of th

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In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense burner is a vessel in which incense is burned, especially during religious services. The main purpose of incense burners include fumigating clothing, sacrifice and keep a cheerful and tranquil mind during reading because the ancient Chinese believed incense was beneficial to study for it can appease the spirit and inspire the mind. It consisted of a shallow, circular pan, in the centre of which was an incense container with a pierced lid. With the material of mineral paste, named Yixing purple clay, designed with a turtle looking up the sky on the round base, this incense burner is fired in the cave dwelling around 1175 degrees. If you are a big fan of Chinese culture, the incense burner may be as a unique collection. Of course, it is absolutely a fantastic home decoration to present your house in an oriental and unique look. When coming back from a heavy work, you burn incense in the incense burner to release your pressure and cheer you up.

In ancient times, the Chinese cense their clothes to show courtesy and censing later became a practice favored by intellectuals. Before the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220), incense burners made of ceramics, porcelain, brass, iron and tiles already came into being. During the Xuande reign (1425-1434) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the technique of making incense burners reached its peak. An incense burner is a vessel in which incense is burned, especially during religious services. The main purpose of incense burners include fumigating clothing, sacrifice and keep a cheerful and tranquil mind during reading because the ancient Chinese believed incense was beneficial to study for it can appease the spirit and inspire the mind. It consisted of a shallow, circular pan, in the centre of which was an incense container with a pierced lid. With the material of mineral paste, named Yixing purple clay, designed with a turtle looking up the sky on the round base, this incense burner is fired in the cave dwelling around 1175 degrees. If you are a big fan of Chinese culture, the incense burner may be as a unique collection. Of course, it is absolutely a fantastic home decoration to present your house in an oriental and unique look. When coming back from a heavy work, you burn incense in the incense burner to release your pressure and cheer you up. Specifics: Pattern: A turtle looking up the sky Round base.Material: Purple clay Height: 6"1/4H Diameter: 4"3/8 Preparation Time: 2-3 working daysHousewarming
 
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