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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.
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.
If you burn incense resins on charcoal, you know how awkward it can be to hold and light a charcoal tablet, then 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?
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.