Tibetan Pagoda Style Incense Burner
Height: 12 cm
Length: 28 cm
Width: 8 cm
Weight: 550 g
This Tibetan style copper incense burner is nicely decorated with motives of 8 Auspicious Symbols with a antique finish. It is a great hand work by human hand.
“Wheel and Deer” on the top of the incense burner, the female and male deer, facing the Dharma Wheel (Wheel of the Teachings), as if attentively listening. Indeed, teaching and deer are associated in Buddhism since the Buddha gave his first sermon at Deer Park, Sarnath, where he set in motion the "first turning of the wheel of dharma."
The smoke will rise through the hollow out design on the lid of the burner. There are propitious animal head decorations on both side of the incense burner holding ring handles, which make it easy for transportation.
A metal piece is attached to one side of burner on which you can stick your incense and close the cover, it will also reduce the smoke effect inside your room.
Suitable for Tibetan Incense sticks, cones and incense powder, and it is raised off the ground for protection against overheating.
Each incense burner is handcrafted and may vary slightly from the image shown.
Directions for Use：
Place a thin layer of ash or sand on the bottom of the new incense burner.
Light the incense stick and place it horizontally on the bed of ash or sand.
Always burn incense in moderate quantities to prevent overheating.
Never leave your incense burning unattended.
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