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Foo Dog incense burner.
An example of the element Antimony

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Foo Dog incense burner.
Another item claimed to be made of antimony. No verification, but no reason to doubt it either. Kind of cute. See the antimony goblets below for information about what the alloy is actually likely to be. I used to have this labeled as a "foo lion" incense burner because that's what the eBay seller described it as. But then reader Wendy Hart kindly pointed out that it's actually a dog, not a lion.
Source: eBay seller rmoy
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 25 July, 2002
Price: $5
Size: 3"
Purity: >20%
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