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Neo gothic bronze church thurible. From the 19th century.

Dragons are represented on both parts.

It has been heavily used as seen in the photographs of the inside.

The chains are all there but one is different from the others. I can't tell which type is the original though. They might have all been replaced at some point as the attachements hooks are all different and distorted.


It has been heavily used as seen inside. Some residue left from use inside and on the rims.

There are imperfections: stains, distortion, corrosion spots, tarnish, dents or scratches. The gilt has faded in places. The thurible has lost its shine.

It is still in beautiful condition considering its age and how much it has been used!


Height (not including the chains) : approx. 20 cm / 7.87 inches

Diameter of opening: 8 cm / 3.14 inches

Diameter at base: 6.4 cm / 2.36 inches

Weight: 1.2 kilograms


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