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Japanese Meiji Iron Tea Ceremony Chanoyu Brazier Furo

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Metalwork: Pre 1900: Item # 170747

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Japanese Meiji Iron Tea Ceremony Chanoyu Brazier Furo
Antique Japanese cast iron tea ceremony "furo" (brazier) used to hold burning coals to heat water in a kettle which fits into the opening at the top. The three-footed brazier has two moulded animal head ringed iron handles at the sides and a decorative band surrounding the rim. Openings in the body allow the heat to escape and enable management of the coals with tongs. Dates from the late Meiji Period. Measures about 12 1/2" diameter x 8 1/4"H. Very good, solid overall condition with some rust to the interior.

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