The censers of the Benaki Museum presented here are all copper alloys. Depending on their form, these can be put into four categories: a) Box shaped, with a lion grasping a boar on its sliding lid, from Egypt (no. 11533), b) Chalice-shaped with a hemispherical cover, from Egypt (nos. 11470, 11527), d) The so-called “katsi” type, a funerary censer with a broad handle (nos. 11469, 11402, 21502). The two first of these censers are the most elaborately decorated ones and they enrich considerably our knowledge of paleologian(?) metalwork.