This charming ceramic incense holder has a rich black finish and depicts the loving hands of God cupped together as if sending out blessings. The i...View full details
Orange sand can be used like traditional sand, under cone incense or charcoal, when burning granular incense to absorb heat and to catch the ash. I...View full details
Gold sand can be used just like traditional sand, under your cone incense or charcoal, when burning granular incense to absorb heat and to catch th...View full details
This charming Kwan Yin incense holder features seven colorful stone chips, each representing one of the chakras. Kwan Yin brings protection and p...View full details
This Buddha incense holder is depicted deep in meditation. He has been adorned with seven stones, one representing each of the chakras. May his p...View full details
Abalone shell used for smudging. 6"-7" in diameter. Please note that as abalone shell is a natural material there will be differences in size and c...View full details
Use this small brass burner to burn charcoal and powdered incense. Fill half of it with sand and sit your lit charcoal tablet on the sand bed. Once...View full details
Use charcoal in a charcoal burner to ignite your resins and herbs.