I bought this ceramic dragon incense burner at The Georgia Renaissance Festival back in 1994. It was made on site, artisans sculpt/build them with clay, fire them in a wood burning oven, and painted them to finish, as festival goers watched the process. www.garenfest.com/
You set an incense cone on the ceramic tile, light it, then the dragon is placed over it and the smoke comes out of the dragon's nose. The tile the dragon sits on is 4 3/8" wide, for size reference.
As I was packing it up, for another upcoming residence relocation, from its place on one of my bookshelves, I found some leftover cedar incense cones to use up. I like the burnt cedar fragrance which reminds me of the outdoors/camping/campfires.