Koro - bronze - Very ancient and exquisite bronze incense burner - Japan - Taisho Period(1912-1925) /early Showa period

Description
Koro - bronze - Very ancient and exquisite bronze incense burner - Japan - Taisho Period(1912-1925) /early Showa period
Good condition, see description - 26×18×18 cm

This is a very ancient and exquisite bronze incense burner, hand-made casting and relief technology, you can see four Dragon handles, there are four sides respectively relief dragon, phoenix, turtle, Kirin, are ancient Chinese gods and animals, meaning auspicious and peaceful, there is a boy on the top, Buddha is calling the dragon, this is a mysterious Asian myth. It weighs 1808g and is 26cm high. It's about Taisho Period (1920)!

We still use EMS international direct mail delivery, which is the fastest in the world. It can reach Europe in 3-5 days. We usually deliver goods within 24 hours. We have weekend breaks and delayed delivery. In addition, regarding the import tariff of each country, in general, Japan and the European Union have zero tariff treatment in 2019, but if there is any tax payment, please pay the buyer's own burden!
In addition, due to the buyer's personal reasons (travel) did not receive the goods were returned, the postage required to be re-mailed by the buyer to bear!

Lot details
Object
Koro
Technique
Hand-made casting and sculpture relief
Material
bronze
Period
Taisho Period(1912-1925) /early Showa period
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Attribution
Original
Title of artwork
Very ancient and exquisite bronze incense burner
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
26×18×18 cm
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