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"Kakejiku" Kougou Incense Box
Japanese kogo incense box


 
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Rolled Scroll
Our Price: $30.00
Material: Ceramic
Length: See description.
Width: See description.
Condition: Excellent Vintage

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Description
 
Kougou (or kogo) is a small, decorative vessel used to burn incense during a traditional Japanese tea ceremony, at a temple, or in the home.

This kougou is porcelain, hand painted, and depicting a kakjiku - hanging scroll - that has been rolled and bound. The decorating that creates a textile pattern, gold cording, and even the painted ends of the scroll are delicately done.

The top fits precisely into the base, which has a smaller scooped out area where the incense would rest.

See video below for a demonstration of Kodo, the traditional Japanese incense ceremony. It doesn't feature kougou boxes, unfortunately, but it is still worth viewing.

2.5" x 1" x 1"
Japanese Incense Ceremony

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