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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.
This incense mix is traditionally used by the Quechua people of the Cusco region of Peru in the ritual Q' APAQ KAPACHI a ceremony for purification and honoring of the Apus. It is comprised of a mixture of Palo Santo, lavender alucma, anise, quinua, grageas, small round colored sugar sprinkles, copal, wiraqoya and other sacred herbs and aromatic plants. It is also used for bringing luck and good fortune in many areas of life: work, love, health. Peru.
A cologne used in South America by shamans for cleansing, healing, ritual feeding and flowering. Offered in large 270 ml bottles.
Components of the scent include citrus and herbal notes along with spice and floral undertones. These delightful elements are provided by Bergamot, Neroli, Lemon, Cloves, Cinnamon, Lavender, Rose and Orange flower. When the fragrance is first applied the delicious citrus notes are most dominant, then the Cloves move to the front and the scent settles into an incredibly appealing dry spice.