Perfume History

Throughout the ages, perfumes have always fascinated men. A sacred elixir with mysterious virtues, a luxurious privilege of kings and queens, an object of…
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香道:中国古典之韵_默认讨论版_角落_西祠胡同
香道:中国古典之韵_默认讨论版_角落_西祠胡同
Curtain and Incense Set, from the seriesTorikaebaya Monogatari Kubo Shunman, Japanese, 1757 - 1820. Formerly attributed to Ryūryūkyo Shinsai, Japanese, active 1799 - 1823. Incense Drawing, Japanese Vintage Art, Japanese Origami, Print Greeting Cards, Japon Illustration, Japan Vintage, Edo Period, Ukiyo E
Curtain and Incense Set, from the seriesTorikaebaya Monogatari
Curtain and Incense Set, from the seriesTorikaebaya Monogatari Kubo Shunman, Japanese, 1757 - 1820. Formerly attributed to Ryūryūkyo Shinsai, Japanese, active 1799 - 1823.
„RUGĂCIUNEA atât de necesară este sufletelor noastre cum este AERUL” – Părintele Cleopa | La Taifas Censer Incense Aesthetic, Incense Censer, Oud Oil, Incense Burners, Art Sacre, Eastern Orthodox, Color Magic, Orthodox Christianity, Eucharist
„RUGĂCIUNEA atât de necesară este sufletelor noastre cum este AERUL” – Părintele Cleopa
„RUGĂCIUNEA atât de necesară este sufletelor noastre cum este AERUL” – Părintele Cleopa | La Taifas
an old man with a long white beard holding something in his hand
Day in pictures: 4 October 2012
incense during the Mass - This is what I mean ... along candles burning ...
Voilà du Louben ! Cette résine nord africaine qui se mâche comme du chewing gum Frankincense Resin, Green Chemistry, Fragrance Ingredients, Frankincense Myrrh, Magical Herbs, Frankincense Oil, Frankincense Essential Oil, Chewing Gum, Healing Herbs
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Voilà du Louben ! Cette résine nord africaine qui se mâche comme du chewing gum
a person is painting the inside of a cup
朝日カルチャーセンター 名古屋教室(栄駅周辺)|グッドスクール
Kōdō (香道, "Way of Incense")Incense burning is often performed without using any instruments or accessories like senko (incense stick), etc. and is lit directly, and in many cases, it is performed through the processes of putting burned Tadon (charcoal briquettes) in the Monko-ro (or Kikiko-ro; incense burner used in Monko), shaping the ash, putting a mica board called Ginyo on top of the ash, and burning Koboku cutting it into thin cubes measuring a few millimeters, and exuding incense.
a woman sitting on top of a purple mat in front of a table next to a vase
La Culture de l’Encens | La cérémonie de l’encens
Koh-do, l'art de l'"écoute" des fragrances
a painting of two people sitting in an old building
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didoofcarthage: “The Ides of March by Sir Edward John Poynter 1883 oil on canvas Manchester City Galleries ”