Global Art & Artifacts

Old Bronze Incense Burner / Censer, Tibet

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Detail: This appears to be the head of Bhurkumkuta – a wrathful form of Vajrapani. It has a strong Nepalese influence. Sits on 3 legs and incense smoke comes from the mouth. Intricate scrollwork and stone settings on the crown, eyes and forehead. This piece was part of a private collection in New York City for two generations. I would say it is early- to mid-1900’s in age. Has been in my private collection for 10 years.

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