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Silver Brass Censer Charcoal Incense & Resin Burner With Handle

Silver Brass Censer Charcoal Incense & Resin Burner With Handle

Regular price $29.95 AUD
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Unique in design, this enchanting brass silver cross charcoal incense burner is an ideal accompaniment to your magickal, spiritual and meditation practices. 

Charcoal Incense Burners allow you to create and use your own magickal herbal incenses. Whether you want to burn your home grown rosemary or you want to create magickal blends to ward off evil or promote happiness and love, a charcoal burner is the perfect vessel to hold your burnt offerings.

This Silver Cross Charcoal Incense & resin burner can also be used with regular incense cones. 

Not limited to spiritual, religious  or magickal rituals, this Silver Cross Incense Burner also serves as a striking decorative accent. Place it on a shelf, an altar, or any focal point in your home, and let its mesmerizing presence become a centerpiece that inspires a deeper spiritual connection.

How to Use For Charcoal

  • Using charcoal tongs or tweezers, pick up your charcoal tablet and set it alight.
  • Slowly fan or blow on the tablet until it is completely aglow.
  • Set the charcoal tablet in your censer on a bed of sand, dirt or white ash (to help absorb the heat).
  • Only after the charcoal is aglow and stops crackling, put the herb/ resin incense on the top, using a spoon or tweezers (but do not completely smother it).
  • Set aside enough time so that you can enjoy the ritual of incense burning.

    How to Use Incense Cones

    • Holding the incense cone with tweezers, charcoal tongs, or your hand, carefully light the pointed end with a match or lighter.
    • When the incense cone is completely immersed in flame, carefully blow out the flame.
    • Set the incense cone in your censer on a bed of sand, dirt or white ash (to help absorb the heat).
    • Place the base (not the tip) on your heat resistant incense burner and let it burn all the way down.
    • Incense cones will produce quite a bit of smoke which will look great wafting from your silver cross incense burner!

    Product Specifications:

    Material: Brass

    Colour: Silver

    Size: 16cm x 8cm approx

    Weight: 201g

    This listing is for 1 silver cross charcoal incense and resin burner- accessories are not included

    *If you are looking to purchase magickal herbs or resins visit our loose incense collection here.

       *If you are looking for charcoal tablets, visit them here.

      *If you are looking for tongs, visit them here

      *If you are looking for incense cones visit them here

       

      Care Instructions

      Please take care when using this product. Do not leave burning incense unattended.

      Do not place it on a heat sensitive surface or attempt to handle whilst burning, let your incense burn out completely prior to touching.


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