Compounding this, as these objects were not coveted as aesthetic accomplishments by the indigenous communities who created them, no effort was made to preserve them.
Often their value was negligible once their function was performed.
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9.1and 10.8cm.across- signed in cobalt blue on the base Description: Hagi Kiku Incense Burner- Sakata Deika Kiln. Maki-e is Japanese lacquer sprinkled with gold or silver powder as a decoration using a makizutsu or a kebo brush. The top is inlaid with a silver design of one of the chapter symbols from the Tale of Genji. Description: This massive bronze koro and cover featuring a large eagle as its finial is designed as a bowl supported by 3 muscular demons standing on a rockwork base. Signed Kako, the art-name of Suzuki Chokichi (1848-1919)Description: A 19th century bronze center piece or type of incense burner.
The hakogaki(signed box) here says, Hagi Kiku Koro, Deika-gama zo or A Chrysanthemum Hagi Incense Burner by the Deika kiln. (see also items #549 and #596)Description: Elaborate Japanese bronze koro or incense burner, c. Highly detailed rendering of two dynamic foo-dogs on the side panels and one sitting regally on top. There is also a cutout design of rising smoke on the lid where the incense smoke is released. Description: Old incense burner in satsuma, with hand painted human characters, enamelled and gilded with fine gold. Made up of three individual pieces, and covered with birds, flowers and other images, it is done in a classic incense burner style with added ornatmentation. The base is a wide ring with figures between the OG curved legs of the ornate stand attached to the base. The base holds a lotus blossom cup, inside of the cup rest the bowl of the burner with dragon handles and embossed arrangment of flowers, vines, braches, leaves and birds.
For sure the Sea Peoples movement was one of the largest and most important migration in history which changed the face of the ancient world more than any other single event before the time of Alexander the Great.
The earliest ethnic group later considered among the sea peoples is believed to be attested in Egyptian hieroglyphics on the "Byblos obelisk" (2000- 1700 BC) found in the Obelisk Temple at Byblos.
The origins of African art history lie long before recorded history, preserved in the obscurity of time.
Rock Art is centuries old, while shell beads fashioned for a necklace have been recovered in a cave in the furthest reach of the southern peninsula of South Africa that are 75 000 years old.
Description: It was made about twenty years ago by one of the Nittens top potters-Shizuto Teraike(1933-).
Very much in Tomomotos hakuji style, this koro stands on three feet and has six relief nodes on the upper shoulder. Description: Melon-shaped incense burner with design of autumn grasses in maki-e. Description: This is an iron incense burner with tripod feet.
The house measures 4 inches (10cm) wide, 3-1/2 inches (9cm) deep, 3-1/2 inches,(9cm) tall.