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Keep your ArOmis Oil Diffuser glass bottles safe and secure while not in use. Because the ArOmis essential oil diffuser base can be used with a variety of diffuser bottle styles in different heights and shapes, the "Locus" Aroma Diffuser Bottle Stand is a simple solution for storing your bottles. Made from solid wood, the stand snuggly holds three glass bottles. Bottles are not included with purchase of stand, but are sold separately.
Simple handcrafted offering bowl with a smooth surface and made of brass. May be filled with sand and used as an incense burner, accommodating any size stick or incense or charcoal. Screen top is removable for easy cleaning. Comes with its own carved wooden stand and incense sample. Made in India.
This elegant incense burner is fit for a temple. Sculpted of brass, it is shaped into the common design of a wide basin, fitted with a conical lid. The basin, measuring 4 inches in diameter at its widest point, has a 3 1/2 inch diameter base that flares outward widely and then curls, narrowing to a 3 1/4 rim. This rim, upon which sits the burner`s conical cap, is lined with delicate mother of pearl tiles. These tiles perfectly accent the metal of the brass. The cap itself tapers to a point, and is decorated on three sides with a triangle pattern of stars that allow smoke and fragrance out while air circulates in. The whole burner measures approximately 3 in height, making it perfect for altars where space is in short supply. Made in India.
A really special copper offering bowl with four brass Om symbol embellishments. OM means oneness with the Supreme, the merging of the physical and the spiritual body. It is the symbol of Hinduism. Considered as the most powerful mantra, it transcends time. Can also be used for incense (with sand), potpourri, etc.
A really special copper offering bowl with four brass Om symbol embellishments. OM means oneness with the Supreme, the merging of the physical and the spiritual body. It is the symbol of Hinduism. Considered as the most powerful mantra, it transcends time. Can also be used for incense (with sand), potpourri, etc. This bowl has one decorative turquoise stone missing from the side, but does not diminish the ability to use the bowl.
Handmade from brass and copper, this decorated incense burner is perfect for catching the ashes from burning incense sticks. Holes are provided on the inside flaps to hold your sticks. Raised image of deities grace either outside end. Stands on four small feet, resembling tiger paws. Symbols for the Om Mane Padme Hum mantra are added to each side. Made in Nepal.