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Boat Style Double Incense Stick Holder - Hand carved Merbau Ash catcher

Boat Style Double Incense Stick Holder - Hand carved Merbau Ash catcher

Regular price $45.00 AUD
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Do you love incense but hate the mess created from the burning of incense? Have you tried plenty of incense holders and incense burners, only to find that more ash ends up on your lovely furniture instead of in the ash catcher? If so, this could be the last incense burner you ever have to buy!

This lovely boat style, rustic carved Incense Holder is made from sustainable Merbau wood. It has been lovingly hand carved so that no two incense burners will ever be the same! Each Incense boat holds two incense sticks, burning at the same time. Perfect for meditation and spiritual ceremonies, or just for permeating your home with the smell of your favourite incense! There is enough room in each of the incense burners to hold the ash from multiple incense sticks without having to empty them too often! Perfect for use at an altar or in a meditation or Yoga Studio!

This simple and elegant incense holder is perfect to pair with our Meditation Incense.
 

Approx. Dimensions:

Length - 230mm
Width - 90mm
Height - 10mm
Weight- 150g


Handmade Product Disclaimer

This product is lovingly handmade in our studio, one at a time. Due to the nature of handmade products there may be  slight variations from one item to the next. These variations are what make your purchase special and truly one of a kind. 

Please note that any accessories, unless stated otherwise,  are for display purposes only and are not included in the purchase. 

Black bold uppercase writing saying "Handmade with love, limited supply" written in a circle around cygnet studio's logo of a black swan in a white circle

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