Vintage Middle East Turkish Moroccan Pierced Brass Brazier Incense Burner Cooker
From the first half of the 19th century, the covered stove began to infiltrate into Turkish daily life, gradually superceding the open brazier as a major form of heating, but even after the introduction of the stove, the brazier was still used in the other rooms of the house filled with the embers from the stove, as an auxiliary heating source, and in many parts of Anatolia, the brazier is still the major form of heating. Despite changing living habits, the traditional dowry of a Turkish bride would most certainly include one or two'mangals' among the copperware.
Material: brass width : 13 cm , 5.1 inch Height : 31 cm , 12.2 inch Weight : 600 g. I check myself each product and sell only the best quality products. In any case, if you are not satisfied with the product, first, please contact me and I will do everything to your satisfaction. If you are facing problems, we assure you that we will provide full assistance to resolve any problems you are facing.
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