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  1. Tibetan Keyhole Incense Burner Box

    This beautiful and rustic hand painted wooden box is inspired by the wonderful antique painted furniture traditionally found in Tibetan homes and monasteries. Capture and contain your burnt incense ashes inside this protective metal lined decorative box with press fit top with a keyhole slot for escaping fragrant smoke. Box also has a drawer in its base with decorative hinged pull in which to store your incense. Box measures 12 inches long x 3 inches wide x 4 inches high. Hand-made in Nepal.

  2. Tibetan Cylinder Incense Burner

    Protect your home and surroundings when burning your incense using this amazing artistic cylindrical incense burner!  With the look of a rich antique finish, this Tibetan cylinder-style incense burner is ornately decorated with traditional Tibetan symbols.  Designed for burning stick incense, this holder comes in four separate pieces which press fit together: a splayed base embellished with colored stones and meditating Buddha figures; detachable inset with three holes for incense sticks and a little Buddha figure; openwork cylinder body with beautiful artwork; and openwork lid with meditating Buddha handle.  Base doubles as a votive or tea candle burner by removing the small Buddha inset with three holes to reveal candle holder. This Tall Tibetan Cylinder Incense Burner is a marvelous piece for your altar or home. As it burns, watch the fragrant curling smoke creep through the openwork. All the ashes land neatly in the bottom. Approx. 11 inch high and 4 Inches in diameter.  Made in Nepal.

  3. Tibetan Copper Incense Holder & Burner

    Catch your ashes from burning incense sticks with this two part incense holder and burner.This ornateTibetan Incense piece is accented with the Sacred Mantra OM MANI PADME HUM on both sides of the self contained bottom ash catcher.  Simply pull open the drawer with the small dorje handle to remove spent ashes. Buddhist deities grace the four outside corners of the upper burner together with the 8 Auspicious Symbols. Six holes are provided on two inside flaps to hold your sticks. Colored accent stones on either side are nice touches. Stands on four small offset feet. Measures 9 inches long (including drawer handle) and almost 2 inches wide and 3.25 inches high. Incense not included. Handmade in Nepal.

  4. Tibetan Bronze Incense Offering Bowl

    This High Quality Bronze incense burning bowl can be used for all different kinds of incense by adding some sand or rice. Use for stick, cone, resin, loose incense or charcoal. Can be used as a smudge pot too. Your choice of diameter size. Made in India.

  5. Tibetan Brass Water Offering Bowl Set

    Tibetan Brass Water Offering Bowls come in a set of seven. They are used for the daily water offering or yonchap, at Tibetan or Thai Buddhist shrines. Each bowl is 3 inches in diameter and 1.25 inches high. Use to place water and/ or fragrances in your own practice. Simple carving designs surround the outside of the bowl. Handmade in Nepal.

  6. Swift Lite Charcoal

    The fast-lighting charcoal from Swift-Lite is the finest charcoal tablet available. The charcoal tablets are made out of extremely fine charcoal and pressed to make a clean, non-crumbly, non-exploding tablet. Choose below from either a roll or save on a box of rolls. Single rolls come with ten - 33 mm tablets. Box contains 8 rolls.

  7. Striped Horn Shaman Smudge Bowl

    Our Shaman smudge bowls are made in India from buffalo horn, which is a waste product. Buffalo are as highly regarded as cows in India, and would never be killed for their horns, meat, hides, etc. Horns used to make our Shaman smudge bowls are only from animals that have died from natural causes. The unique designs on the bowls are imprinted using a heat process.
  8. Stone Resin Burner with Stand

    Diminutive resin and cone burner. Complete with a handcarved  soapstone dish on a wood tri-footed base. Burn your resin, charcoal or incense cones in this nicely detailed burner dish. Handcrafted in India.

  9. Stone Incense Burning Bowl with Amaru

    This hand carved incense burner is fashioned from a Incan piece. It is carved from a very dense metallic stone called Hiwaya in Quechua and has similar properties to hematite.

  10. Stone Incense Burning Bowl w/Llamas

    Solid and sturdy. Our heavy, hand carved black incense burning bowl is fashioned from a very dark and dense metallic stone called Hiwaya in Quechua, an Andean language.Its properties are similar to those of hematite which grounds and protects us and strengthens our connection with Pachamama, making us feel safe and secure. It endows us with courage, strength, endurance and vitality. The handles of this bowl are the carved heads of Llama, regarded as a sacred service animal among certain South American people. The depth, weight and material of this bowl make it perfect for burning resin and powdered incense. Filled with sand, it could also be used for stick and solid incense too. A versatile piece for your sacred offerings. Made in Peru.

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