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Brass Spherical Censer without Bells

A brass censer with a spherical body, a removable copper pan, and no bells.

TIP: Any of our lamp hooks can also serve as a censer hook.

Item Number: RN103
Body dimensions: 4" × 9¼" (10.2 cm × 23.5 cm)
Length of chains: 20" (50.8 cm)

$114.95 (USD)

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