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Bronze Incense Burner
Incense burner symbolizes peace. In the ancient times, only the noble can own it, so it is also the symbol of wealth and authority.

Incense burner symbolizes peace. In the ancient times, only the noble can own it, so it is also the symbol of wealth and authority.

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-Penelope, November 1, 2009

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-Billy Bob Joe, April 25, 2007

Hello, thank you very much, it is very very wonderful and I enjoy looking at that picture, it is MARVELOUS!
-Nick Wing, March 12, 2007

There are eighteen bronze burners on the terrace of the Supreme Harmony Hall. Each of them represents a province in the Qing Dynasty. tHAT IS WHAT IT IS! - read the captions -
-Gwendolyn, March 6, 2007

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-Jon Yellinger, March 5, 2007

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-Penelope, March 1, 2007

GAMES AND DINOSURES
-ANG, April 26, 2005



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