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  1. Buddha Copper Tibetan Incense Burner

    Catch your ashes from burning incense sticks.This ornateTibetan Incense Burner is accented with the Sacred Mantra OM MANI PADME HUM on two sides. Other Buddhist deities grace the four outside corners, and inside.   Three holes are provided on an inside flap to hold your sticks. Red coral accent stones on either side and inside are nice touches. Stands on four small feet. Burner measures 8 inches long and almost 2 inches wide. Incense not included. Handmade in Tibet.

    $29.00
  2. Celtic Knot Pedestal Burning Bowl

    Silver tone chalice-shaped burner with Celtic knot design. Removeable screen. Made in India.

    $22.00
  3. Copper Offering Bowl

    Simple but elegant shining copper offering bowl with carving embellishments around its base.  Use with sand for burning incense potpourri, etc.  Bowl measures 3 inches in diameter and two inches high. Made in India.

    $16.95
  4. Copper Om Offering Bowl

    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.

    $17.95
  5. Copper Om Offering Bowl - Small

    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.

    $16.95
  6. Dreamtime Gecko Bowl

    Soapstone Bowl for smudges, cones or charcoal Soapstone bowl with gecko carving. Handcrafted by our Fair Trade cottage industry partners in India.

  7. Frog Carved Stone Offering Bowl

    The frog is one of the revered animals in the Incan cosmology, representing one of their three realms, the area beneath the ground. This one, squat and small, is hand carved in Peru.  This small incense burner is perfect for your smaller offerings or pieces of incense.  Frog is nestled inside its own colorful woven drawstring pouch and comes with three huayruros seeds.  A nice addition to your mesa. Handcarved in Peru.  

    $109.00
  8. Handpainted Stone Incense Holder

    Handpainted round stone incense holder created by our Fair Trade cottage industry partners in India.

  9. Himalayan Salt Aroma Lamp

    Our Himalayan Salt Crystal Aroma Lamp offers the beautiful fragrance of oils, the delicate glow of light plus the benefit of negative ion generation. It will fill a 10' x 10' room with fragrance in minutes. As long as you keep it filled you can keep it lit continuously. Some keep them lit in the home stairwells also using it as a safety nightlight. To change the fragrance, wash out the glass bowl with hot soapy water and then add the next oil. There is no water mist and no oil droplets to stain anything.
    $38.00
  10. Incense & Charcoal Tongs

    If you burn incense resins on charcoal, you know how awkward it can be to hold and light a charcoal tabletthen to add the resin to it, without burning your fingers. Our Charcoal & Incense Tongs make a delicate job a little easier. A must for safe handling of self-igniting charcoal for your meditation or cleansing sessions. These 5.5 inch long x 0.5 inch wide copper tongs can handle resin incense too, yet you can use them for many other things, e.g., for selecting ice or sugar cubes or adding small amounts of herbs to a still.  So why not treat yourself to one of these handy little items?  

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