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Ancient Chinese used to burn spices and herbs to create aroma. This unadorned burner is consist of a garlic shaped cover and a plate. At the bottom of the cover there are two rings and a 1.7 cm diameter pipe that connects the space inside the burner. On the top of the plate there are also two rings and t the bottom there are three short hoof-shaped legs.

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  • Title: Bronze Incense Burner
  • Location: Unearthed from Leigudun Tomb (No.1 ), Suizhou, Hubei
  • Medium: Bronze
  • Excavation Date: 1978
  • Dynasty: Around 433 B.C. (the East Zhou Dynasty and the early Warring States Period)
  • Dimensions: Height: 42.8 cm; weight: 2 kg.

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