Beautiful incense burner found in Vietnam

Published on March 2nd, 2012 | by Admin


A stunning ceramic incense burner which dates back to the Lê Dynasty (1428 A.D.-1788 A.D.) has been unearthed at the Tien Son excavation site in Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam.

The cylindrical ceramic incense burner is 50 cm high and 30 cm in diametre, weighing 5 kilograms.

The antique piece has masterful decorations of unique and beautiful patterns, eight-petal flowers, two phoenix and dragons. It has a tiger head shaped-relief work on it as well.

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