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Brass Incense Holder Brass Incense Holder

Brass Incense Holder , Sumitani Hakuhodo

$19 CAD

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Solid brass sphere incense holder on a circular stand,made in Japan by Sumitani Hakuhodo in Takaoka City. Sphere can swivel on the base to change direction of incense. Made of 100% solid brass, each piece is cast and polished by hand.

Material Solid Brass
Size
 Ø0.6"
Origin Made in Japan

Sumitani Hakuhodo

Takaoka City, Japan

Located in Takaoka, Japan, Hakuhodo Sumitani Saburo & Co. creates metalworks craft and art products. The town is renowned for its skilled artisans who work with copper, brass and bronze, designing decorative, ornamental and Buddhist ware. The local, handmade craft tradition stretches back 400 years to the Edo period. Today, that manufacturing tradition is kept alive by using original casts and techniques combined with new metal processing technologies.

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