This Incense Burner is an octagon tower with the shape of a flower carved into the top, providing nine small openings for the smoke to rise through. Each of the eight sides of this incense burner is carved with diamond-shaped holes that also allow the aromatic smoke of the incense to rise through, often causing it to form into unique curls and waves along its fragrant journey into your space. The many hand-carved holes are reminiscent of ancient windows that were made up of small diamond-shaped pieces of glass. This holder can burn four incense sticks at a time, has a designated place to burn an incense cone, and hides the ashes from view. The dark brown burner is hand-carved in India from sheesham wood, also known as Indian rosewood.
These incense burners were hand-carved in India from sheesham wood, also known as Indian rosewood, a dark hardwood with darker streaks that give the wood its attractive appearance. These burners combine a classical Indian style with your favorite aroma and are designed specifically to enhance the natural dance of the incense fragrant smoke as it wafts out of the hand-carved pattern.
Collection: Incense Burners
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Indian Rosewood, Brass.