kogo

Shallow, lidded, miniature Japanese box for storing incense (kogo means 'incense box'). Kogo are normally of wood covered with lacquer, but sometimes of ceramic or metal, and are of various shapes. They are usually highly decorated. Kogo first appeared in the 12thC for use at incense and tea ceremonies. Peak production was in the 19thC, when many w …...

Kogo

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Kogo

incense container
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kogo

Shallow, lidded, miniature Japanese box for storing incense (kogo means 'incense box'). Kogo are normally of wood covered with lacquer, but sometimes of ceramic or metal, and are of various shapes. They are usually highly decorated. Kogo first appeared in the 12thC for use at incense and tea ceremonies. Peak production was in the 19thC, when many w...
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