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Dragon Incense Burner



Bronze Japanese incense burner (Koro). This important koro stands on three cloud-styled feet. The decoration on the body of the incense burner is a coiling dragon chasing the celestial pearl.  The dragon represents good luck, wealth, freedom and fearlessness.
Signed on the bottom. Meiji Period (1868-1911). Diameter: 19.5 cm

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