Burners and Censors
censer or 'censor' is a container in which incense is safely burned.
It can be anything from a ceramic pot or dish to an ornate work of
There are certain
requirements for the proper censor.
1) It should
have a wide opening at the top to allow circulation,
2) it should
be made of a fire resistant material and
3) should have
an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
I am offering
these very nice terra cotta censors from Taos, New Mexico.
Each censor comes with its own special sand-Special collected
I'm also offering
a simple but sturdy brass and wood censor
for your charcoals-Dhoop
incense, or Tibetan
Also beautifully handcrafted burner boxes in plain,
Celtic and Pentacle motifs and simple enlaid wooden burner's.
And Abalone Shells
(please scroll down)!
and Love, Love, Love
Incense Burner Boxes
Celtic Incense Burner Boxes-14"-Absolutely
beautiful-for sticks and cones with a hidden storage compartment.
Incense Burner Box 12"- Ornately crafted
with stand-will burn sticks and cones also a hidden storage compartment.
Incense Burner Box-14"-Beautifully crafted-for
sticks and cones and has a hidden storage compartment.
GREAT FOR TRAVELING!
$15.00 $10.00 |
Burner Box w/Stand-
Imported from India--betcha never seen these before :)
They have beautifully inlaid stars and moons made from bone (camel)
and are of a high gloss.
They are also crafted from non-endangered trees.
They are really trippy and wil l last a lifetime IF: you don't
use them as a shoe-horn.
And the little brass burners-which
you have NEVER seen at yard sales,
are really great if you anchor them with sand, earth, or a little
Assortment (3) - $5.00
shells are increasingly going up in price, probably due to the fact
that China is buying all they can get.
particular shells are from Mexico and are quite beautiful.
Useful for smudging, burning resins and charcoals. for incense.
Please make sure you have a very deep bed of sand in the shell before
burning any material.