Brass Brazier with Lotus Bud Lid

c. 1850
$1,280 USD SOLD
W: 6.25" D: 6.0" H: 4.0"
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This hand-crafted brass brazier dates to the 19th-century and was used as a portable hand warmer, filled with ashes and burning coals. The perforated lid allowed heat to radiate upwards and offered an opportunity for decoration. The lid of this brazier is pierced with a pattern of lotus buds and abstract blossoms. Since the lotus is considered a symbol of summer, this brazier brought the warmth of summer to cold winter nights in more ways than one!

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