Maple & Brass Incense Holder
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Burn, baby, burn.
This maple holder is designed to be compatible with all manners of incense—sticks, bundles, smudges, and cones—so you can burn it your way. The removable brass arm is designed for use with the included Tibetan cedar rope incense (just hang the rope from the holder, light, and let it burn out). You can also remove the brass arm and the hole fits your own ⅛” sticks of incense. Add to your incense burner a pack of cleansing, refreshing palo santo incense sticks from Ecuador or forest-y cedar incense rope (both sold separately from the stand)—so you can switch things up depending on your mood.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York Ecuador Tibet
Maple wood and brass, palo santo incense, cedar rope incense
- Size: 8.5" L x 4.5" W x 6.5" H
Palo Santo: Includes (2) canisters. Each canister is 2.5" in diameter x 5" H and contains 6 sticks of palo santo.
Cedar Rope: Includes (2) canisters. Each canister is 2.5" in diameter x 5" H and contains 50 ropes
Care & Notes -
Palo santo and cedar ropes are both sold separately from the incense burner.
To burn palo santo, use a match or lighter to ignite your stick. Hold at a 45 degree angle pointed downward. Allow the stick to burn for about 30 seconds, and then blow out the flame. The palo santo will continue to smoke. Let it burn out placed on the brass base.
To burn cedar rope, hang from the brass holder, light from the bottom, and let burn out.
To use with standard incense sticks, remove brass arm and insert your own stick of incense into the divot. Divot holds ⅛” W incense sticks.
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