Mid 20th Century White Nabeshima Incense Burner

Elegantly proportioned and beautifully finished in a white glaze

Product Description

Mid 20th Century White Nabeshima Incense Burner

A beautifully hand crafted and signed porcelain mid 20th century white Nabeshima Incense Burner.  Elegantly proportioned and beautifully finished in a white glaze.  A shi shi lion sits atop the lid of the koro.

Double walled and perforated pattern on the body and lid.  Ideal for use with ash and incense sticks as well as cones.  The koro is also in good condition and shows some signs of use.

Dimensions of Koro Height 12 cm | Diameter 13 cm Diameter or Body 10.5 cm  | Weight 167 grams.

Shipping is via Australia Post and includes tracking and is approximately 8 business days to most international locations.


The Incense Burner also referred to as Koro plays an important role in the daily life and tradition of Japanese Culture.

Additional information

Weight .485 kg
Dimensions 14 × 11 cm
1, 2 or 4 box options of miyako sumi charcoal
20 sticks or 120 sticks
deerskin two sided coin purses
double clasp purses
double clasp steel chromed coin purses
face mask cases
furoshiki wraps
hand made glazed pottery koro
inden-ya deerskin lacquer mens wallets
deerskin double clasp purses
matsuno sofu
low smoke incense
origami flower fragrance sachet
pattern and colour
shoyeido kyoto daily assortment
johin fragrance sachets
miyako premium fragrance sachets
shoyeido echo and gold floral incenses
shoyeido incense holders
shoyeido low smoke incense range
deerskin lacquer wallets and purses
deerskin and chrome lacquer keyrings
deerskin lacquered coin and card purses
inden-ya deerskin lacquer spectacle cases
complimentary keyring
beauty 4
beauty 1
beauty 10
beauty 11
beauty 12
beauty 13
beauty 14
beauty 15
beauty 16
beauty 17
beauty 3
20 sticks, 80 sticks or 10 long burning coils
beauty 2
beauty 5
beauty 6
beauty 7
beauty 8
beauty 9
bundle or box
bundle or box of 10
bundle or box of 5
chromed clasp coin purse & lacquered deerskin
coin and card purses
taikun-koh take and taikun-koh matsu